From the Jan-Feb 2011 Issue of Fusion Magazine: In November of 2009, Glenn spent a weekend at The Villages in Florida, where he announced that he would be holding an event at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC. There he would unveil “The Plan,” a book that would establish a hundred year path for America, leading to a restored nation. But over 2009 and 2010 the idea for the DC event transformed into a celebration of Faith, Hope, and Charity. Glenn argued that in order to restore our nation, we must turn back to God and embody the values of our Founders.
On August 28, 2010, at the Restoring Honor rally, Glenn recognized individuals who embodied these values and spread the message of Faith, Hope, and Charity to the masses. He called for Americans to never forget that one person could change the world, and that the next George Washington could be an eight-year-old child in the crowd. After his inspiring speech, the crowd went on their way to take the message back to their communities and that was it, right? Wrong.