In this episode of Power, Poverty & Politics – Star Parker takes a look at the Census Bureau's annual report and how it shows that America is still working, and its people are moving up the ladder and creating wealth in spite of big government. This is a vastly different picture than what we hear from those on the left who say that Americans need government handouts to get ahead.
In this episode of Power, Poverty & Politics – Star Parker shares her thoughts on Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas, who made a rare speech last week at the University of Notre Dame, sharing the story of how his unique journey through life brought him to a better understanding of what America truly is, guided by his belief in the Declaration of Independence.
In this episode of Power, Poverty & Politics – As Democrats push the limits of higher and higher spending, how will America reconcile all of this future debt being put onto the backs of our families and future generations? We already see the writing on the wall when it comes to entitlement programs being insolvent, and it's about to get worse as they spend their way to a socialist utopia.
In this episode of Power, Poverty & Politics – As California's recall of Gavin Newsom approaches, top Democrats are scrambling to aid his campaign as polls are closing tight. The question is, are California voters waking up to the truth and realizing where Newsom's policies have led them, and how has Larry Elder's message of opportunity resonated with these voters?