How did the district get a US Representative who ignores the sentiment of the residents, and its faith community? Doesnâ€™t Kelly know that â€śso calledâ€ť homosexual marriage is a none starter in the faith community? Isnâ€™t Kelly aware that many of the problems in the black community stem from broken families, out of wedlock births, and single parent households? Statistics support the fact that fatherless children are more likely to drop out of high school, use drugs, and wind up in prison. So tell us, what about the sanctioning and celebration of these lifestyles promote strong families in our communities? Kelly is â€śout of touchâ€ť with the 2nd congressional district.
Unfortunately, we have been asking the wrong question: How do we fight poverty? Now add to that: How do we fight income inequality? What we should be asking is how does one create wealth? How does one move up the ladder of opportunity, from poverty to prosperity? How do we write policies that allow people to reach their fullest potential without government or regulatory impediments? What we need is a plan to create wealth.
An honor student shot dead, an innocent victim of a gang war. An investigation into drugs, guns, gangs and the battle for Chicago. An investigation into drugs, guns, gangs and the battle for Chicago. Maureen Maher and Armen Keteyian report.
On August 29--31, 2013 Freedomâ€™s Journal Institute will hold its first Black Conservative Summit (BCS) at the Pheasant Run resort in St Charles, IL. The theme for this yearâ€™s gathering is â€śDefending the Natural Family: R.I.S.E to Rebuild the Foundation of Black America.â€ť The summit will focus on a number of critical issues ranging from education to economic policy, in general, within the context of the â€śNatural Familyâ€ť.
Dr. Wallace explains the "R" in the first of the R.I.S.E. principles. He answers the question "what does it mean for government to be responsible?".
In each of the four Gospels, Jesus comes into conflict with those who are identified as â€śthe rulers of the Jews,â€ť yet it is only in the Gospel of John that the conflict unfurls like a courtroom trial. John presents a number of witnesses who testify concerning the identity of Jesus.