Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

Interview with Star Parker

  • Broadcast in Politics Conservative
  • 0 comments
Tea Party NewsXViews

Tea Party NewsXViews

×  

Follow This Show

If you liked this show, you should follow Tea Party NewsXViews.
h:138082
s:1200436
archived
Star Parker is running for the U.S. House of Representatives in the 37th Congressional District in Los Angeles County California. She is the founder and president of CURE, the "Center for Urban Renewal and Education", a 501(c) non profit think tank that explores and promotes market-based public policy to fight poverty. Prior to her invlovement in social activismm, Star Parker was a single welfare mother in Los Angeles, California. She returned to college, received a BS degree in marketing and launched an urban Christian magazine. The 1992 Los Angeles riots destroyed her business, yet served as a springboard for her focus on conservative activism. As a social policy consultant, Star Parker gaves regular testimony before the United States Congress, and is a national expert on major television and radio shows across the country. Currently, Star is a regular commentator on CNN, CNBC, CBN, FOX News, and the United Kingdom's BBC. She has depated Jesse Jackson on BET; fought for school choice on Larry King Live; defended welfare reform on the Oprah Winfrey Show, debated Michael Moore regarding healthcare reform on the View, and spoke at the 1996 Republican National Convertion. Stat has written three books, "Pimps, Whores & Welfare Brats", Uncle Sam's Plantation", and White Getto"; How Middle Class America Reflects Inner City Decay." Star is a syndicated columnist for Scripps Howard News Service, offering weekly op-eds to more then 400 newspapers worldwide, inclucing the Boston Herald, the Dallas Morning News, The Orange County register, San Diego Union, Arkansas Democrat Gazette, the Washington Times and the Stars and Strips the largest paper serving the men and women on our Armed Forces. During the campaign Star's column is on hiatus and will return in November.

Comments

 comments