‘We can no longer afford to listen to the voices shaming and blaming America’

Beck’s passionate Independence Day message

Glenn Beck
The Blaze

…On Saturday, we are staging our very first Independence Day event, “Man in the Moon.” We designed this program as a vehicle to undo the decades of harm progressives have done to American history and the meaning of being American. Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness have been replaced with handouts, redistribution of wealth, and government mandated happiness…

…When people are reminded of how we got here and why we are (for now) free to do as we wish, they are overwhelmed with that same sense of emotion that Adams had the day after the Declaration was adopted. And that emotion will ensure July 4th remains the “the most memorable epoch in the history of America” from this time forward, forevermore.

We can no longer afford to listen to the voices shaming and blaming America.

We can no longer afford to listen to those who wish to fundamentally transform America into something it is not.

Those who risked their lives, fortunes, and sacred honor to create the greatest nation in the history of planet Earth deserve better and so do the future generations of Americans who will live here…


Read the entire message at The Blaze.


TheBlaze Radio Network’s LIVE coverage of Man in the Moon begins Saturday, July 6th at 10am ET/8am MT


Related:  This Speech by Historian David Barton Sparked Major Applause at Beck’s Man in the Moon Event.

…“The more secular you become, the more limited you become.” These natural rights, at some point, become more attributed to government than they do God. Thus, limiting government in its truest form requires exploring what does and does not belong to it…


See the Surprise Moment a Congressman Stood Up and Praised Michelle Malkin During Her Speech in Salt Lake City.

Michelle Malkin rallied the crowd during her speech at Glenn Beck’s Man in the Moon Independence Speaker Series this evening. From lambasting Democrats’ attempts to offer “amnesty,” to discussing her own family’s immigration story, the commentator mixed quips with passionate commentary. But the big surprise was when Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) stood up during the question-and-answer portion of the program and praised Malkin.

After she joked that she wakes up every morning surprised that she’s able to make a living by voicing her opinions, Gohmert surprised the crowd. He jumped up and took the mic to tell the crowd that she’s been so successful because of the quality of the information she spouts.

“You are inspirational, you know that,” Gohmer said after having received a standing ovation himself. “The reason you can make a living opening your mouth is because of what comes out.”…

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