It's easy to get wrapped up in the bad news of the day or to lose yourself in the compromise of your values. But on radio today, inspired by the story of the 19 year old Dairy Queen manager who stood up for a blind man robbed by a fellow customer, Glenn said that there were leaders stepping up everywhere against the cesspool and darkness of today's culture.
"Understand that the choices you make today, for you and your children, are going to play a role. Because the world has changed. It has changed," Glenn said.
"The good news is, there are some people, no matter what their age, some people like this 19 year old kid at Dairy Queen, who have decided the world not going to change me. I don't care if the world looks the other way. I don't care if it makes the, if the world makes me uncomfortable, for standing up and being who I am. And what I know is right. It doesn't matter to me. The worlds not going to change me. I'm going to change the world. Those people who say that, today, and make that decision today, are going to be the leaders tomorrow."
"Because they're going to win. The good guys do win in the end. I'm sorry to break it to everybody on the the left. And I'm sorry do break it to all the people on the right that think that they need to play the game of the world. The good guys win in the end. The bad guys lose."