"The former FOX News host [Glenn Beck] just launched his own USA-made, boutique jeans line, 1791 Denim, named in honor of the year the Bill of Rights was added to the Constitution" (Source).
Of course, although "1791" has what one might call Beck's declared, "exoteric" significance, it also has a hidden, "esoteric" significance.
David Ovason (here; cf. here) has argued that 1791 has occultic-astrological import with respect to the Masonically-constructed Capital of Washington, D.C. 1791 is also, according to Masonic source material, the year in which Freemasonry was "declared universal" (source).
Beck has alleged that his clothing line is "seeing 'gangbuster sales'" (source). The Huffington Post exclaims: "Glenn Beck's Pants Are on Fire" (Source) which is suggestive of the drought-fire dynamic that has been at work all summer (and where I have elsewhere - e.g., here, here, and here - linked to the alchemical "dry method").
(Norman Schwarzkopf & Charles Lindbergh; Photo Source)
It was "Reality-Radio": "Gang Busters was an American dramatic radio program heralded as 'the only national program that brings you authentic police case histories.' It premiered as G-Men, sponsored by Chevrolet, on July 20, 1935. [cf. The 2012 Aurora Shooting] ... The series dramatized FBI cases, which producer-director Phillips H. Lord arranged in close association with Bureau director J. Edgar Hoover. ... It was once narrated by Norman Schwarzkopf, Sr., former head of the New Jersey State Police." (Source) "Major General Herbert Norman Schwarzkopf (August 28, 1895 – November 25, 1958) was the first superintendent of the New Jersey State Police. He is best known for his involvement in the Lindbergh kidnapping case. He was the father of General H. Norman Schwarzkopf, the commander of all Coalition forces for Operation Desert Shield/Storm." (Source)
"The radio series was adapted for DC Comics and Big Little Books. Universal Pictures made a very popular Gang Busters movie serial in 1942, starring Kent Taylor and Ralph Morgan." (Source)
(Sign of Silence; See other signs, here)
The name "Beck" originates from a "late 14c[entury]" word meaning "mute signal", and is a shortened form of "beckon", from the "O.E. gebecnian (W. Saxon beacnian)," meaning "to make a mute sign" (Source).
(Thanks to John Cole; Photo source)
"The symbolism of Masonry is the soul of Masonry. Every symbol of a lodge is a religious teacher, the mute teacher also of morals and philosophy. It is in its ancient symbols and in the knowledge of their true meanings that the preeminence of Freemasonry over all other orders consists. ... [B]y its symbols it will reign without a peer when it learns again what its symbols mean..." (Albert Pike, qtd. in Oliver Day Street, Symbolism of the Three Degrees, pp. 17-18).
(Made in America: Corporate Slavery; Photo Source)
Denim - it's what all the cool slaves are wearing: "In the early 1900's, one of the worst abuses of workers involved what was called the 'company town'. [cf. here and here] This was a town wholly owned by a mining company in a remote location. ...[T]he cost of living was ...[high], kept there by the '...company store', the only source for the necessities of life. The company was free to hand out high wages, knowing they would take that same money back in as profits at the company store. No matter how hard the workers tried, they could never make enough money to live on and would be in debt to the company store. As long as they were in debt, the company could legally prevent the workers from leaving. It was a form of corporate slavery, concealed in a bookkeeping trick. ...Our rear ends are well decorated with designer jeans, but if you think about it, blue jeans are pretty much what the workers in those older company towns wore into the mines every day. Is there any difference between the blue jeans you wear, made expensive with a designer label, and their blue jeans, made expensive by the company store? Is it not really the same trap at work?" (Source)