We need committed parents, not more government programs.

Although there are many successful and loving black families in America, in the inner cities we are facing a crisis.

As a result, we don't need more federal programs, like the War on Poverty, we need more loving and involved parents, and a relationship with the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, who came to us in the form of Yeshua/Jesus.

We need parents who are going to nurture, love, and discipline their children, so that the judicial system doesn't have to.

We need more parents to get involved with their child's education to ensure that he or she is not being indoctrinated with anti-American and anti-Biblical beliefs, but rather is receiving a quality education.

In conclusion, the answer isn't more more money. We need more loving and involved parents, discipline, respect for authority, and a relationship with the true and living God.

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