|Dr. Carson speaks truth and seeks to heal our nation...|
His take on race relations in our country is a complete 180 from the community organizing Barack Obama. Throughout Obama's presidency, he has done everything in his power to stir up animosity and to divide the country along racial lines.
Dr. Carson seeks to heal the nation's racial divide.
Also sprinkling hope and grace through the hurting racial divide is the niece of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr--Dr. Alveda King. She has largely focused her work on the destructive force of abortion, particularly on the black community. She is a passionate defender of the unborn and a bastion of hope for women struggling with past abortions.
|King fearlessly fights for the unborn & healing for women|
Alveda King and Ben Carson are the truly the heirs of Martin Luther King, Jr's famous "dream" for healing the racial divisions of our time. And their time has come.
It's time that America turn to leaders like Carson and King instead of grifters and racial dividers like Obama, Jarrett, Holder, Jackson and Sharpton. They are the demonstration of servant-leadership. They are walking examples of grace.
There is a reason why Dr. Carson's campaign uses the slogan, "Heal. Inspire. Revive."
Carson's Op-Ed in The Hill regarding how to remedy America's social ills puts it this way:
This calls for a new model in public policy that departs from the traditional progressive model. What I am advocating is that civil society — including the corporate sector, education community, the religious establishment and philanthropic institutions —invest in people, to empower them with tools in the form of education and character development, role models, and concrete pathways into productive and rewarding work.The dilemmas of race and entrenched, intergenerational poverty have proven intractable despite the mountains of money that have been poured into solving them over the past 50 years. Moving beyond them will require a paradigm shift from focusing on attacking the problems to creating conditions that foster opportunity and growth.Drs. Carson and King are about inspiring the next generation to rise up and succeed rather than perpetuating the plantation mentality of the Democratic party as it seeks to enslave the black community in ever-increasing dependency on a minimal existence under the provision of government programs. For that, both will be vilified as Uncle Toms who sold out their community. The amount of personal attacks that they can expect from some "civil rights" activists will be obscene. But they have the quiet courage that comes from conviction and knowing that God is with you even when your enemies surround you.
Carson and King show the way toward lifting our nation's poor out of poverty not by giving endless handouts with no incentive for industry, but with opening wide the doors of opportunity and inspiring the next generation to achieve the American dream.
For that, Drs. Carson & King are entitled to a place on the national stage for some time to come.