There's a lot of scary news circulating the media as the entire world continues the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. In fact, this week, Italy recorded the worst 24-hour death toll -- far worse than even China's most deadliest day. Northern Lombardy in Italy is taking the brunt of it: hospitals are completely overwhelmed, there are not enough hospital beds or lifesaving equipment, and doctors are working around the clock. BUT, there's some good coming out of this worldwide crisis as well...especially when it comes to technology. When a hospital in Northern Italy ran out of valves in the ICU to help patients breathe, an Italian entrepreneur stepped up. Within HOURS, with a 3D printer, he had designed, printed, and produced enough valves to save several lives. No matter what happens, man is always either retreating or advancing in response to the circumstances around us. Throughout history, Americans have always chosen to advance, and hopefully, this time won't be any different.
Glenn reads some of his favorite poetic works of Edgar Allen Poe—"The Raven" and "The Tell-Tale Heart"—stories he used to read to his kids every Halloween. He also tells the love story of Edgar Allan Poe and his wife, Virginia, whom he married when she was only 13 years old.
President honey badger doesn't care, he gets stung over and over and he don't give a sh*t. He is the most fearless in all of the animal kingdom.
Our history is being lost. Our traditions are being deleted. Our God has been chased out of every public space. Now, more than ever, help us restore these things with an Independence Day celebration you and your family will never forget. A three-day tour de force in historic Gettysburg. Space is *extremely limited*. Get all the details here.
The holiday season leads us through a progression of giving thanks, celebrating the birth of Christ, renewing ourselves and committing to be better and the culminating and crowning event of Easter. He died and conquered death that we might live. Watch this to hear Glenn's Easter message.