Glenn Beck receives the Patrick Henry Award from Horowitz Freedom Center of Philadelphia

FrontPage Magazine

On May 31st, 2012, the David Horowitz Freedom Center of Philadelphia honored Glenn Beck with the Patrick Henry Award. Below is the video of the event, which includes a welcoming by Craig Snider, Director of the Philadelphia Freedom Center, introductory remarks from Freedom Center President David Horowitz, and then Glenn Beck’s acceptance speech.




The transcript of Horowitz’s introduction and Beck’s speech is at FrontPage Magazine.

RelatedRestoring Love Food Drive: 11 trucks filled on the 1st night!

Last night on GBTV Glenn unveiled a national Restoring Love food drive being organized by Mercury One. He explained how there are actually cities in the United States where it is illegal to give food to the homeless. As regulation gets more and more strict, it’s becoming impossible to really help others.

Glenn has been challenging this audience to put your money where your heart is, live a life of honor, and be a force for good – the government is becoming the exact antithesis of that. So how do we begin to change course and take a stand against these regulations? Glenn presented his plan last night.

Glenn’s goal was to fill eleven tractor trailers with food and send them to eleven cities where they are in need and where regulations have restrained donations: Detroit, MI; Navajo Reservation, NM; New Orleans, LA; Las Vegas, NV; San Joaquin Valley County, CA; New York, NY; Orlando, FL; Philadelphia, PA; Dallas, TX; Houston, TX; Wilmington, OH.

This morning on radio, Glenn told listeners about the overwhelming response he go from the GBTV audience.

“Last night in one broadcast, 531,200 meals were purchased for the hungry by this audience,” Glenn said. “I don’t know if anybody has ever done that that fast. I don’t know. I don’t know. Am I reading this right? We filled eleven tractor trailers last night?”…

Read the whole thing.

CAJ note: We donated this evening and want you to know the technical people at Mercury One have created a very user-friendly site. You’ll be pleasantly surprised to see how a little money will go a long way. Go to the site and see for yourself. Please give if you can.

UpdateBans on Feeding the Homeless Are Discriminatory and Unconstitutional In parks around the world, people are free to feed themselves, pigeons, squirrels, and even rats. So why are local governments increasingly preventing them from feeding other people?

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