Restoring Honor Rally

August 27, 2010 by USA Post 

Restoring Honor Rally, Beck will be joined by Sarah Palin, Jo Dee Messina, Alveda King (niece of Martin Luther King, Jr.) and many more in a non-political event to pay tribute to service personnel and other U.S. citizens who embody the spirit of the founding of our nation’s principles. Net proceeds raised from the event benefit the Special Operations Warrior Foundation, a nonprofit charitable organization that offers scholarships and education and family counseling to children of special operations personnel who lost their lives and immediate financial assistance for operations personnel severely wounded and their families special.

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