Skip to comments.Glenn Beck on Black Founding Fathers
Posted on 05/28/2010 6:35:02 PM PDT by amabokcarab
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Excellent, excellent. When Glenn Beck is good, he can seem irreplaceable. Who else is doing this stuff?
Great show today! Glad I took the time to watch. I learn so much about the history of this great country when I watch Beck.
“Americanism transcends race.”
Now THIS is what should be taught in schools-the many black contributions to our country-instead of multiculturalism.
I have a problem with men who cry? King David wept, Joseph wept; Jesus wept. And Peter went out, and wept bitterly. My Bible says there is a time for everything, in Ecclesiastes 3:4 it says: there is a time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance. I wish there were more men like Glenn weeping for America.
real men do cry, ever hear of the phrase? Glenn also weeps at the ongoing destruction of this country by CRIME, INC. and is risking his life to expose it all.
I used to...wanna meet for dinner?....lol...1 easy session!...No charge!
8pm, CDT, Saturday night, it will be replayed.
Much of American history has been intentionally obscured. This is just a small segment of it.
You cannot have black success or real achievement outside of victimhood. It isn’t good for the modern plantation.
Try Paul Johnson’s A History of the American People.
You’d cry if you knew just how twisted AP US History is. Our elite aren’t getting America’s real history.
They’re watching West Wing and A Few Good Men.
For nearly a century after the founding of the United States millions of black Americans like me were still condemned to the status below that of full citizenship. When the founding fathers of America said, 'We, the people,' they did not mean me. Many of my ancestors were thought to be only three-fifths of a man.
To her discredit, she repeated the "thought to be only three-fifths of a man" line in other speeches.
She's a smart lady, and she should have known better.
The last time I shed a tear was in re-reading the Declaration of Independence to my kids.
Well I was a little shocked to know it was President Woodrow Wilson who started this revisionist history. God I hope that POS is rotting in Hell for destroying our nation.
I was so proud watching this show. I am American of Mexican ancestry and I felt proud to hear that even Hispanic played a role in the founding of this great nation. Hope Glenn do a segment on that in the future.
I did notice how many American Africans in the audience were gleaming with pride and rightly so, after so many years of revisionist history being pumped to generations about how evil the white man was. I only knew about Fredrick Douglas but never knew about the others.
I was also shocked to that an American African Minister preached to an all white congregation & the first black House Speaker. Wow just amazing.
I hope Former Congressman Barton publish books on each individuals and their contribution to this great nation that seems to be destroyed by the liberal crime syndicate.
White women were considered whole people but they didn’t vote either.
Non slave state politicians who had their own disenfranchised..women, freed blacks, etc, refused to count slaves whole and cede more political power to slave states
it was complicated but given that women couldn’t vote or have same property and inheritance rights I always wondered how come they got counted whole?
when did no property owners period start getting enfranchised?
the problem we have today is that too many who get a free ride vote...on the backs of the producers...
the founders feared this and with good reason
Guest Lucas Morel’s book: “Lincoln’s Sacred Effort: Defining Religion’s Role in American Self-Government”
Yes real men cry. Do real men cry on TV for ratings - no.
Beck would make a facinating History or even Civics teacher.
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