The answer is after the jump.
According to Business Insider, it is Fox News host Glenn Beck, whose Connecticut home is on the block for a cool $4 million, a little less than what he paid for it in 2005.
Beck is also the subject of an article in this week’s New York Observer, which looks at the host’s love/hate (but mostly hate) relationship with Manhattan.
And so, though he rarely ventures out onto its streets, New York remains Glenn Beck’s personal triumph. He earns his bread trash-talking the city and everything he thinks it represents, but when he looks at the approaching skyline every morning, he’s reminded that after years of striving, he’s finally made it, and made it big.
The article’s author, Alexander Zaitchik, has just released a book titled Common Nonsense: Glenn Beck and the Triumph of Ignorance.