What If White America Just Said 'No'?

“He that spares his rod hates his son: but he that loves him chastens him early.” – Proverbs 13:24  As I watch the racial unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, I can’t help but compare the behavior of blacks in that city to that of spoiled rotten children.  Blacks have been rioting and fighting with police after the shooting death of a thug, Michael Brown. And white political and law enforcement leaders have given in to their tantrum like weak parents.  How did we get to the point of having Al “the Riot King” Sharp

How did we get to the point of having Al “the Riot King” Sharpton as the White House point person for racial reconciliation – and having a racist attorney general like Eric Holder come to the rescue of Ferguson?

Blacks Embrace the Worst of the Worst

A caller breaks my heart with the truth: Christian from Canton, MI, says blacks embrace thuggish and promiscuous images. A previous black caller said prior that "whites do it to,” when confronted with black wrongdoing. But Christian says blacks embrace and excuse a bad image. 

The Heart Is Deceitful

"He who trusts in his own heart is a fool, But whoever walks wisely will be delivered."
- Proverbs 28:26

Have you considered that the heart is wicked? Have you examined your heart and found this to be so? 

Michael Brown--Trayvon 2.0

Al Sharpton speaking in Ferguson, MO

The violent reactions and unseemly activities over the shooting death of Michael Brown are, in many ways, uncannily similar to the response after Trayvon Martin’s death.

Blacks Should Be Ashamed for Defending a Thug

After a week of riots and angry protests by blacks and others in Ferguson, Missouri Highway Patrol Captain Ron Johnson, a black man, stood in front of a gathering at a church, and spoke to the mother of slain thug Michael Brown, and claimed it could have been his son who was killed—his "black son."

The Death of Truth

ESPN host Stephen A. Smith

Outspoken ESPN host Stephen A. Smith commented during a recent on-air discussion about the NFL’s two-game suspension of Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice, following charges Rice assaulted his girlfriend.

Pages

BOND Action
P.O. Box 35586
Los Angeles, CA 90035-0586
 

info@bondaction.org 
1 (877) WE-ACT-77 
1 (877) 932-2877