Sunday, October 27, 2013

Star Parker blasts Obama over race relations

President Obama is using race as a divider in America, instead of trying to unite the nation, charges the head of a nonprofit think tank that addresses issues of race and poverty through principles of faith, freedom and personal responsibility.

“I think that race relations in America were getting better over time [before Obama's election],” said Star Parker, the founder and president of  the Washington-based Center for Urban Renewal and Education, or CURE.

“I think one of the reasons today race relations are so vulnerable is because this president has decided to use the bully pulpit to separate us as a society, as opposed to looking for ways to use his ethnicity and some of his background to bring us together,” she said.

Parker was interviewed for WND-TV by Joseph Farah, founder and CEO of, as well as WND Books and WND Films.  Her organization says it’s objective is  “to build awareness that the conservative agenda of traditional values, limited government, and private ownership is of greatest marginal benefit to low income peoples.”

Parker is a syndicated columnist published in more than 400 newspapers weekly.  Her own testimony lends credibility to her work. She was seven years in and out of welfare dependency when, through Christian faith, her life changed. He went back to school, started a business and began reaching her goals.

She has written about her work in “Uncle Sam’s Plantation” and “White Ghetto.”

She previously was interviewed on the topic of the free enterprise system in America.

Abusing race

Parker said Obama is the “embodiment of America – anyone from any background can excel.”

“Yet,” she said, “he has decided to push forth an agenda that is inconsistent with the founding of our country, inconsistent with the Scripture which undergirds our law.”

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(and I can agree with her point.  I've seen it myself....alexis)