Watch Glenn Beck’s Restoring Honor (3 hours)

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Watch all 3 hours of Glenn Beck’s Restoring Honor rally that happend on 8/28/2010. It was an amazing event that left me in tears more than I though it would. It was not about politics, but about honoring God, honoring those who have fought and currently fight for our freedom, and restoring honor and integrity to our great nation that we call America. A special thanks to CSPAN for covering the event.



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Antique shop
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Antique shop

ciao!,
I wholeheartedly agree with shrinking government and empowering the individual and a sense of honor…but I would have felt so out of place there, as would my religious family members…
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C_daumer
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C_daumer

God bless you, Antique shop!

C_daumer
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C_daumer

God bless you, Antique shop!

Wayne Caulder
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Wayne Caulder

I stand in awe!!! May God Bless America again. Lets Restore HONOR to America!

andrew sheets
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andrew sheets

when is this coming out on dvd,where is the video of his friday nite show at the kenedy center

Ilyas
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Ilyas

peace be upon to all dear brothers every body talking about 9/11 yes this is very strong condemnation whoever did this. second things Islam not teach any terrorism also not support all over Word we have seen whatever happen immediately without any investigation its comes to Muslim names its usually happen in the world in the name of 9/11 what they did million Muslims killed in Iraq and Afghanistan. The Israel they are killing Palestinian every day since 40 years who is going to condemn only they are protecting supporting the UN watching silently so what we understood no one care about Muslims whatever happen wherever happen it will be in the name of Muslims we will wait the day will come for Muslims the God will help us. Finally i inform to all Islam never support terrorism Islam is a peaceful religion in the World G

Anonymous
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Anonymous

1 Corinthians 13:13 – And now abideth faith, hope, charity, these three; but the greatest of these is charity.

Seth
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Seth

Is there a MP3 download of Glenn speech at the rally Mr. Scoop?

KenInMontana
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KenInMontana

The whole point of the rally was to call each individual to restore honor in themselves and a return to the higher principles of faith,hope and charity and then to turn to restoring these virtues in our nation. It was not a political event it was not held to to mark MLK’s speech.The individual must be restored this leads to the people then to the healing of our nation.

Sjmwatson
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Sjmwatson

It is difficult as a christian, to comprehend the motivation/solution for this rally. I am grateful Glenn stands up and calls people together in the name of God, and I do believe God will share the answer to all who ask him for help. I add my testimony to this. However; I believe Glenn Beck may have missed the mark for which these people came to see him in Washington DC, particularly on precedence of honoring MLK famous speach. As christians we were fed milk, not meat. I believe that what people are searching for is more than a common thread of god to address the political stalemate rampant in our country. This murky water of finding common ground is difficult, as illustrated in all this commentary on the rally, lots of blah, blah, blah, which is also evident in National Political commentary. Nobody like being bamboozled by a Democrat,… Read more »

sodizzy
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sodizzy

Yes, I would say There is hope again for America. It was just about lost before this.

sodizzy
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sodizzy

I didn’t think the retort was the least bit hostile. It was simply a challenge to you to contribute something of value rather than pick from afar. You, too, can be included in this great effort.

Ma659
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Ma659

AMEN to that!

Francesca Padovese
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Francesca Padovese

Seen trough Facebook! God Bless Glenn, all the speakers and attendees!
There is still hope for America!

ConcernedYouth
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ConcernedYouth

Just a question, where do “natural” and “fundamental” rights come from, if not from a deity?

Anonymous
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Anonymous

My internet is down and I’m on my phone so this will be brief, but my email showed your response and I felt I should clarify. “fundamental rights” are a classification in Constitutional law. When due process declares, among other things that no law, unless in the case of overriding circumstance, shall inhibit one’s exercise of Liberty, what is encompassed by the word liberty are a series of rights, the most “sacred” rights are called fundamental rights. An example would be the right to marry, as defined by sever supreme court cases/precedents, so don’t let anyone get away saying it isn’t a fundamental right. By “natural” it is somewhat axiomatic that these rights are defined by what is called “natural law,” In my case I derive then from mankind’s very nature as fully cognizant and self-aware individuals as well as other philosophical or evolutionary arguments. Judge Napolitano had a segment… Read more »

Anonymous
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Anonymous

My internet is down and I’m on my phone so this will be brief, but my email showed your response and I felt I should clarify. “fundamental rights” are a classification in Constitutional law. When due process declares, among other things that no law, unless in the case of overriding circumstance, shall inhibit one’s exercise of Liberty, what is encompassed by the word liberty are a series of rights, the most “sacred” rights are called fundamental rights. An example would be the right to marry, as defined by sever supreme court cases/precedents, so don’t let anyone get away saying it isn’t a fundamental right. By “natural” it is somewhat axiomatic that these rights are defined by what is called “natural law,” In my case I derive then from mankind’s very nature as fully cognizant and self-aware individuals as well as other philosophical or evolutionary arguments. Judge Napolitano had a segment… Read more »

Goldni007
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Goldni007

Fair enough. Look I don’t want to preach to you. I believe you are somewhat open minded..which is in contrast to some I have conversed with on the subject. An honest skeptic can assess, examine and scrutinize all they want..it’d be no different than any of the other detailed inspections the rest of us have already performed. Those who don’t get their answers/signs over night display an unwise incredulity. There are a myriad of things I want to say but we have said enough. I just want to leave you with this thought: You mentioned ‘mindset’ a couple of times. That is integral. When I see that big beautiful tree in my back yard I don’t just see ‘nature’ or ‘eco’ or the environment. I see Him. I see His handywork! And it’s not that I see then believe. Sometimes you have to believe to see! There’s that foreign concept… Read more »

Lisa Gapero
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Lisa Gapero

It was wonderful. I even cried watching it/ How can true Americans critcize this?

Mary - MI
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Mary - MI

Thanks “The Right Scoop” you are doing a fantastic work!

Anonymous
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Anonymous

This requires the assumption that I never truly searched for god, which would not be accurate at all. Since the Christian conception of god is the most familiar to me it was the one I searched for first. I called out to him, and I heard nothing, nor felt anything.

But if that is the case with this movement coalescing around Beck then I will just have to find another place where I can work for ultimately the same political goals (very similar, at least).

And don’t make me go digging for the James Madison, Ben Franklin and Jefferson quotes about religion mixing with politics, it won’t end well. Adams too, to an extent later in his life.

Lindamay
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Lindamay

Beautifully put!

I especially like the analogy of the workings of the car and computer.I had never heard faith put so simply.

Lindamay
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Lindamay

“So hold your own rally. Beck is who he is and he is a religious guy.”

Amen Mike!!! My sentiments exactly.

Who are these people that didn’t like “the heavy handidness”, thought it was “pro militaristic neocon stuff”, or it “wasn’t what I thought it would be”? I guess they just woke up one day and heard there was going to be a rally and toodled on out and found Surprise, Surprise!!! (say it like Gomer Pyle would)

I guess they just stumbled in here the way they stumbled onto the rally and don’t have a clue who Glenn is or what he’s been talking about for over a year now.

Lindamay
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Lindamay

“So hold your own rally. Beck is who he is and he is a religious guy.”

Amen Mike!!! My sentiments exactly.

Who are these people that didn’t like “the heavy handidness”, thought it was “pro militaristic neocon stuff”, or it “wasn’t what I thought it would be”? I guess they just woke up one day and heard there was going to be a rally and toodled on out and found Surprise, Surprise!!! (say it like Gomer Pyle would)

I guess they just stumbled in here the way they stumbled onto the rally and don’t have a clue who Glenn is or what he’s been talking about for over a year now.

Ozzie Castillo
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Ozzie Castillo

My favorite part of the whole event was the singing- Maybe it’s that I wasn’t there to experience it, but it really seemed that the singing set the mood.

Goldni007
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Goldni007

OK where was I? Yes. I have found that just simply introducing a concept, ideal or viewpoint to some people requires them (they feel) to instantly devise a process in which to take said ideal/concept apart. Examining it piece by piece. Putting it back together only to take it apart again..repeat the process over till they form a complex flow chart describing why they can or can’t “wrap their head around it.” The end result is usually an over analytical dissenting opinion that ended up over complicating the very simplistic ideal/concept in the first place. What I’m getting at is this: As I type these words I have no idea how this laptop works. The code, the 1’s and 0’s that make up the binary coding. The chipset..just how does it hold ‘memory’ with power off? A computer programmer I am not. But I do know how to operate this… Read more »

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Well, I don’t see anything wrong really with thoroughly examining/scrutinizing and trying to assess the truth value of any given concept, if the idea has truth to it then it will only be revealed upon closer inspection. The greater the claims or implicit ramifications of the concept being put forward, the greater and more strict the examination needs to be, in our mindset anyway. Credulity is not a virtue in my humble opinion.Not to mention that if god wants his creation to know him, wouldn’t it be better if we are able to deconstruct and cast aside any potential imitators seeking to usurp his place in our hearts?You may have no understanding of the workings of the computer and internet you are using, but the information IS easily accessible should you so desire to learn, the same goes for the car. We can even (if we’re really persistent about it)… Read more »

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Well, I don’t see anything wrong really with thoroughly examining/scrutinizing and trying to assess the truth value of any given concept, if the idea has truth to it then it will only be revealed upon closer inspection. The greater the claims or implicit ramifications of the concept being put forward, the greater and more strict the examination needs to be, in our mindset anyway. Credulity is not a virtue in my humble opinion.Not to mention that if god wants his creation to know him, wouldn’t it be better if we are able to deconstruct and cast aside any potential imitators seeking to usurp his place in our hearts?You may have no understanding of the workings of the computer and internet you are using, but the information IS easily accessible should you so desire to learn, the same goes for the car. We can even (if we’re really persistent about it)… Read more »

Scott Grooters
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Scott Grooters

I was there with Glen far away in between the World War Two Memorail And the Lincoln Memorail. As The scriptures say, if your house isn’t clean the we will not be able to clean up or Country & if it is then things aren’t right with us!

Anonymous
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Anonymous

I look forward to your finishing your thought.

Jeromeennis
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Jeromeennis

Restoring Honor and Integrity in Government is a must if we are to survive as a free and sovereign Republic. We cannot allow the Liberal Fascists to remain in power. 50 years of their policies and mis-leadership has almost brought us to the brink of disaster and they will complete this destruction if allowed to remain in office past November 2, 2010. This is a turning point and may be the point of no return for We, The People to Take A Stand, Get out and Vote Them All Out and Demand Responsible and Representative Government as intended by our Founders.

IHeartLucyHarris
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IHeartLucyHarris

Exactly.So sad to see that reason and logic have clocked out

Anonymous
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Anonymous

I respectfully disagree, vehemently.

Secular is NOT, despite the popular misconcpetion, anti-religious or anti-god. Secularism is the fancy word which is used for NEUTRALITY between all religions. The government is not allowed to play favorites.

This is why the Constitution itself is secular, there are zero mentions of God, Him, Jehovah or any other name he goes by in the constitution. The attempts to insert him into the wording at the framing of the document were soundly rejected, multiple times.

America is by far the most religious of all the predominantly Christian 1st world nations, as demonstrated in part by this gathering itself.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

I’m glad we’re in so much agreement then, and I agree also that most Christian’s I’ve spoken to don’t accept the idea that the belief instantaneously makes you good.

The idea seems to be often, from the “values voters” (as if we don’t all vote our values) that if the belief isn’t there, then there isn’t even the chance of it. If you look up the story of the North Carolina atheist who won an election for a state office and the NAACP tried to contest this over a state constitution clause requiring an affirmation of “Almighty God.”

The conservative blogs seemed to very full people like yourself, thankfully, and those I’m talking about.

In 2007 there was an interesting Gallup poll about the electability in America of otherwise qualified individuals who happen to fall into 1 label/category. I hate Balkanizing Americans, but it was interesting nonetheless.

Mshaw21
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Mshaw21

I will not go down the Mormon road with him as I do not believe the things they do. But God needs to be asked back. All Christians and Jews can do this. God is the main part of the equation, without Him there will be no balance or move forward.

Mshaw21
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Mshaw21

Like well fed sheep, we allowed Secular Progressives to push God out of His rightful place in our country. We can Tea Party all we want, but until God takes us back and resumes His place, we will continue to decline.
We must beg God to take us back and also have the courage and determination to ridicule those who want Him removed.

Sonny Ertsgaard
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Sonny Ertsgaard

I missed it ,but I know Glenn and all his speaker’s hit the nail on the head. I watch Glenn each day, at 5 o’clock, when I get home from my job, from which I still have. Go America, go with GOD and bring our country back to the people.——laterSONNY

Goldni007
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Goldni007

Good response..it was’nt snobbish or long-winded.

Your comment: “Belief and knowledge are 2 different beasts, one can still believe something without KNOWING it definitively.”

Correct. {But/however/comma} I’m finding the opposite being increasingly the stumbling block for ALOT of people.
Here in Huntsville, Alabama we have the highest population of engineers per capita, than any city in the world. While I’m not one, I have always considered myself a thinker…just not an OVER-thinker (you may already guess where I’m going with this wink I’m finding people (not just here) who cannot grasp/accept or believe in something till they COMPLETELY wrap their ‘head’ around it..notice I said ‘head’.

Simply introducing them to something requires….

OH I have to go. My wife is yelling. Time to get ready for band practice before church (I play the drums). Sorry, I will be on later to finish my thought.
“Simply introducing them to something requires…”

Malfustheone
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Malfustheone

I will start by agreeing on your point about historical religious ethics being… for lack of a better term inadequate when it comes to dealing with many modern day dilemmas. Much interpretation is required to attempt to apply them in all situations, and many times such interpretations fall short of their original intent. Indeed, error is quite the condition overreaching “powers” find themselves in, regardless of original intent. That brings me to a point I take very seriously. I must take issue with the notion that a “Christian” candidate is somehow better suited to keeping an oath more-so than his non-Christian counterpart. I as well most other Christians(I would hope) do not believe for an instant that we, as Christians, are somehow morally superior to those that are not. I personally feel that any Christian that thinks he is less prone to err simply because he professes faith needs to… Read more »

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Ok, I’m sorry but I have to respond here, there are several points I’d like to ask you about in your reply. You speak as though a belief in god is a preventative measure to tyrants stealing our liberties, but where in history can you point for me to a situation where rights are not seized by autocrats due to the piety of their populations? We are the most religious of the predominantly 1st world christian nations, and a vast majority christian, yet our liberties are still being stripped from us by this government, hence the outrage and need to reverse this tide. In the sentiment of that great quote, it is the eternal vigilance of MEN that will pay the price of liberty. Your statement also about “godless men” piqued my curiosity, if a candidate were completely otherwise qualified (treated Friedman and Hayek as gospel, revered the constitution all… Read more »

Joefboschsr
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Joefboschsr

Ok, for all those who care. Here is how my trip to Washington went. First, I am glad I got to go. I would have regretted it if I had not gone. Second, The amount of people there was remarkable. The crowd was more behaved Then a at a church service. One side note, it was warm, the sun was out, but surprisingly, the Male population there, all kept there shirts on. Third, We got there at about 9a.m. the reflection pool and in front of the stage was already packed. So I did not actually see the stage or Glenn Beck. The Jumbo Trons where great as was the sound system. Fourth, In my Personal opinion, It was a Glenn Beck show on steroids. He had guests, he told some puns (not many) and talked of restoring our nation. He did take it one step farther by explaining through… Read more »

sodizzy
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sodizzy

I appreciate your humility. I think we are pretty riled up, and that’s a good thing. We haven’t had this much hope for years!! I feel sure that with the ideals of restoring honor, personal responsibility and humility as you are displaying in your first paragraph that with God’s help we can actually turn this barge around.

Sorry I can’t read the whole thing right now. Need to turn in a job and go to sleep.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Many more than 500,000 I would wager, but the amount of people who believe something has no bearing on the truth value of a proposition.

And let’s not get into the battle of dueling founder’s quotes. Many of them were devoutly religious, some fanatically, but several still (especially later in life) were deeply skeptical of jesus and the theistic god or were extremely critical of organized religion, if we’re going to go by quotes alone.

But at this point if it all leads to having a government again that will get out of my life, so be it.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

I completely agree, if it weren’t so late (caffeine will be the end of me) I would shout it, and I would have nearly wept in joy if that has been the “vibe” I got today. Suppose I’m just a little disillusioned, another Billy Graham would be counter-productive in my opinion these days.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

And I apologize if any of my words seemed inappropriately strident. To start, I’ll use the example I see a lot of the “moral majority” throw out. “If an atheist believes in no god watching over him/her, how can he/she be trusted to faithfully hold to the oath of office?” or something to that effect. The answer is that there is a separate nonreligious oath, and if I were to take it (for President, let’s say) I would be responsible to every citizen of the country, the people I have to face after I left office, to faithfully hold to my responsibilities as outlined in the constitution. It doesn’t even end “so help me Dawkins.” lol I’m glad you did not try and claim those rights and values as objective, that always just goes around in a circle. When I was examining which, if any, faith I would adopt I… Read more »

Joefboschsr
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Joefboschsr

when you have finished watching, you will see you are correct. That maybe because when this country was founded the founding fathers where Christians. Without getting back to God this country will be lost as we know it today. You can believe it or not, but about 500,000 Americans believe it.

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