Glenn Beck is going to give the nation a history lesson on Saturday night. I don’t know if I want to pull myself away from Phelps and Lochte to watch it, but his talk at “Beckstock,” um, I mean “Restoring Love” should be interesting to say the least.
In this interview with Bill O’Reilly, Beck announces that he will have $30 million worth of historical artifacts with him on the field at Dallas Cowboys Stadium. As I reported earlier this week, Beck claims to “unveil a piece of history that has never been seen before” that will “explain who we are as a nation.”
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In all seriousness, Beck deserves credit for being consistent with his small government views. As he mentions in the O’Reilly interview, he will have over 35,000 of his followers on the streets of Dallas on Friday morning performing acts of service to the community. As Beck puts it, “If we want small government that means someone else has to do it, and that means us, and it is our responsibility.” If Beck’s vision for “restoring love” or “restoring the culture” is about serving others in our communities, then I am all for it. But something tells me that there is more to it than this.
As readers of this blog know, Beck and I have had our moments. But I must commend him for this aspect of Restoring Love.
As for the history lesson: Well, we will just have to wait and see.