„No Peace without Hope, No Hope without Liberty, No Liberty without Integrity, No Integrity without Virtue, No Virtue without Enlightenment, No Enlightenment without Truth.“

Glenn Beck
Television
Fox News
2010-07-20
2010s, 2010

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