Here's a touching story about a woman by the name of Irena Sendler. She was born in 1910, just outside of Warsaw, Poland. In the 1940's she was an administrator for Warsaw's welfare department. This position allowed her to travel unrestricted throughout the country just as Hitler was occupying Poland. It was also instrumental in allowing her to save the lives of 2500 Jewish children. Her story is one that needs to be heard and remembered! Watch Glen Beck's tribute to her life.