Setting the scene:
When you love the red, white and blue as much as Glenn Beck does (that's impossible, by the way), you will want to dress your home in the American flag; have a copy of the Constitution hanging on the wall; paintings of the signing of the Declaration of Independence; and a lock of Harry Truman's hair under glass. You'll also want to set up a news desk with a large microphone and red phone on it. Behind that be sure to have a life-sized cardboard cutout of Beck so guests can get their pictures taken with it. Have stacks of Beck's best-selling books available as party favors (some are even autographed) and have a few Dashboard Obamas available to winners of Glenn Beck Mor(e)on trivia.
Not surprisingly, Beck has a wide selection of shirts and hats that help you show your American spirit, whether it be a simple "Glenn Beck" embroidered logo polo or a "Drill Alaska" or "Satan's Mentally Challenged Younger Brother" T-shirt.
On the menu:
Well, pork is definitely a bad idea when you're mingling with fiscally conservative partygoers. Stick with steak and potatoes and good old apple pie.
On the hi-fi:
While Lee Greenwood's God Bless the U.S.A. is always suitable for looping, let's go a different direction and actually listen to Beck's Best of Callers Anthology, which includes a ton of callers to the Beck program. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll consider building a shack in the mountains and going off the grid.
Aside from going to Alaska and drilling for oil yourself, why not just show our government there really is a need for more drilling by buying a remaining Hummer H2. Sure they only get 10 miles per gallon, but America shines brightest when its back is against the wall. Then add a "Hydrocarbon powered Eco-vehicle" sticker on the back.