By the grace of God and insistence by his brother and friend, he attended an Evangelical church and found that there was a better way. Once he accepted Jesus Christ as his savior he began to develop a greater desire to understand who God is and why it mattered. He began to see that the cultural dependence on government promoted by the Democrat leaders among his community rejected dependence upon God. As he studied America's history he discovered that despite America’s flaws, particularly slavery, God used our Founding Fathers to create our Constitution within the context of the Bible and world history. It’s divine and exceptional nature is undeniable.
It was during his newfound love for American history that he discovered the Democrat party perpetuated slavery, formed the KKK, and fought against the civil rights of minorities. With this hidden history Carl was launched on a journey to help people of all races and backgrounds discover facts of America's true past, as well as realize the benefits of utilizing their God-given gifts and talents which far outweigh any benefit from a government subsidy or program.
Donald Trump won't be getting my vote in the GOP presidential primary. However, contrary to popular belief, I'm grateful he's put the GOP on life support, and he isn't alone.
Capitalism has a new competitor and its name is "shame." The left is determined to make capitalism morally reprehensible.
Conservatives say "you can be somebody." Liberals say "you should hate somebody." The latter mentality is exactly what we've seen play out in Ferguson and Baltimore.
"Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue." Hillary isn't a new bride but she's hoping to cross the threshold of the White House yet againthis time as president.
Governor Mike Pence and the people of Indiana deserve accolades for deciding to put "people above politics." A blow against intolerance and discrimination from anyone makes America a better place for everyone!
Ted Cruz is the candidate most likely to take our country from where it's arrived under the leadership of President Obama to where it should be - in the hands of "We the People."
What if it's not injustice that has led so many blacks across America to feel disenfranchised? What if it's judgment?
As we draw near the end of Black History Month one thing is for certain, it's done more to suppress American History than tell her story.
If the president's policies are indicative of his love for America, let's pray he begins hating our nation soon.
We've all sinned and fallen short of the glory of God, and I did just that every Sunday evening at 8pm eastern standard time when I tuned in to watch "Keeping Up With the Kardashians."
Much to the chagrin of Hollywood leftist like Michael Moore, Seth Rogen and Bill Maher, "American Sniper" has been the No. 1 watched film in America for the second weekend in a row.
Choosing to hate people simply based upon the color of their skin is despicable! Likewise, presuming that all whites are inherently racist based strictly upon the color of their skin is appalling.
What did we expect from this chant? "What do we want? Dead cops! When do we want them? Now!" Nothing good could come out of such evil words.
Blacks didn't begin rioting in America until white Communist taught them how. In fact, the Watts riots were the first urban race riots driven by blacks.
If America wants to move beyond racism we must first move past the Democrat party. The black community is virtually void of "American pride" because we don't know our American history and we don't trust our God.
To whom much is given much is required. As tempting as it may be, voters aren't interested in hearing the GOP gloat about the 2014 midterm results any longer.
No one grows up with aspirations of government dependency. Social issues give Conservatives the perfect opportunity to prove theyre the big brothers to Americans and not the bullies.
What does President Obama and the GOP leadership have in common? They've both become reactionary rather than visionary. This is but one of the reasons that lead me to conclude the GOP's 2016 hopes aren't as bright as I hoped for 2016. I'm not even convinced 2014 is a lock.
His thoughts are higher than our thoughts and his ways are higher than our ways. No, I'm not talking about Jesus Christ, but President Obama's perception of himself.