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I am excited to tell you that on Sunday, April 14, I will debate Al Sharpton!
You can watch the debate live at 6 PM eastern.
The reason this is so exciting is because this debate is sponsored by Centric/BET Networks, and Washington, D.C.’s Office of Cable Television. I will be able to speak directly to many black Americans who've never heard that there's something wrong with the left's war on America's poor.
When you watch the event live, you can also participate in a live chat with others who are also watching the debate, both conservatives and liberals, so please join us.
Also, please pray for me as I prepare for this important debate. No matter how many times I speak on television and in front of large crowds, I can always use the prayers to give me strength.
Thank you to everyone who has recently financially supported CURE so I can participate in these debates.
Please consider an immediate contribution of $50, $100, $250, $500, $1,500 or $3,000 to keep me working for freedom and send a message to the left that we will not tolerate half of America being trapped on Uncle Sam's Plantation.
Let's do it!
Your foot-soldier for freedom,
Dr. King was outspoken in his support of Israel and today there is a street named for him in Jerusalem. (comments)
Who is looking out for black interests -- the Black Caucus or the white Republican they call a racist? (comments)
After Martin Luther King's speech, what followed were government policies defined and motivated not by content of character but by race, gender, and income. (comments)
By 2022, the percentage of white students in public schools will be down to 45.9 percent and the minority percent will increase to 54.7 percent. (comments)
Don't tell people where to live, which is what government low-income housing does. (comments)
The basis of humanity, civilization, and decency is respect for and awe of the miracle of life. This must take precedence over all. (comments)
The American recovery is happening despite government, not because of it. (comments)
How far do we let liberals go in censuring speech and ideas in America? (comments)
Why focus on trying to make government more efficient rather than on what government should or should not do? (comments)
Moral relativism does not neutralize the moral marketplace. It replaces one set of values with another. (comments)
Five reforms the new Republican congress can pass to guarantee no more Fergusons. (comments)
There is no poll showing that that the immigration issue sits at the top of concerns of the American people. (comments)
For lack of something of substance to tell the American people, Democrats ran a campaign of hate, blame, and division. (comments)
Black Americans have suffered greatly living under the thumb of government and believing it is a good thing. (comments)
The funds that pay for the fear and disinformation campaign come from groups who really are hurting black Americans. (comments)
As Elbert Guillory points out in his ad, despite all the big government, the economic state of affairs of low-income blacks has changed little over the years. (comments)
Beyond the overriding economic control that the federal government now has over citizens, federal courts now dictate our social norms. (comments)
The black unemployment rate in North Carolina is more than double that of whites. (comments)
American families have been damaged and out-of-wedlock births have increased six-fold from 1960 to 42 percent today. Government has displaced family. (comments)
Republicans should resist temptation to pander and point Hispanics in the direction of freedom and opportunity, what got them here in the first place. (comments)