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Star Parker is one of the names on the short list of national black conservative leaders. She is the founder and president of the Center for Urban Renewal and Education.
Our scholars produce original research in disciplines such as economics, political science, and cultural studies. We then partner with like-minded people and organizations to bring our research into the public square to influence the policymaking process.
Our scholars write social and economic policy to lift low-income communities out of poverty and give them freedom to flourish.
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We are devoted to the work of policy, advocacy, and action on behalf of our nation’s distressed zip codes.
We aim to fight poverty and restore dignity through the messages of faith, freedom, and personal responsibility.
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We educate and serve our private network of conservative pastors who serve our nation's at-risk, poor, and most vulnerable on congressional initiatives, public policy ideas, and current debates that affect their congregations and communities.
We aim to fight poverty and restore dignity through scholarship supporting faith, freedom, and personal responsibility.
The moral chaos that defines what those on the left today conceive to be freedom, has little to do with the vision of freedom of the Christian men and women who founded and built the nation.
New York should be a poster child for the nation about what not to do, about the path we should not take.
When we are talking about life and death, we are talking about life's meaning and how that plays out in our culture.
What is great news for normal people is taken as bad news by politicians on the left who want to run our lives.
Shutting down dialogue, shutting down free and open exchange of ideas, is exactly what Black Lives Matter wants.
It was the right move by the Trump administration to eliminate this inappropriate assault on the most basic American freedom to choose where and how one wants to live.
At the Democratic Party presidential nominee debate in February 2020, Senator Bernie Sanders attacked former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg for his wealth.
According to the 2019 Trustees report of the Social Security Administration, funds available to meet obligations of OASI, old age insurance component of Social Security, will fall short by 77% in 2034. This means either a large tax increase or a large benefit cut.
Mental illness and substance abuse are leading causes of homelessness in America.
Education choice is the idea that parents should be able to choose where to send their children to school and is also called “Education Freedom.” The call for education choice impacts approximately 50.4 million students enrolled in public schools across America and their parents.