Race, Race Relations and Racism

by Michael Simone
posted on Saturday, June 04, 2011

The following Podcast Race, Race Relations and Racism aired June 2, 2011 on the Point Of View Radio Talk Show  with talk show host Kirby Anderson.

I strongly recommend listening to this very interesting and insightful podcast pertaining to the misconceptions of Darwin's theory of evolution and how our government is using this theory to de-emphasizing the individual's religious belief's in an attempt to destroy the very fabric and intent of the Constitution.

Please take the time to listen.

Sharon Sebastian is an author, writer, public speaker and contributor to various forms of media including cultural and political broadcasts, print, and online websites.  In addition to the heated global debate on creation vs. evolution, her second book, Darwin’s Racists - Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, highlights Social Darwinism’s impact on America’s political ideology today and its influence on current policy out of Washington.  Reviewers proclaim “Darwin’s Racists” a “Must Read,” “Incredibly Timely” and “Perhaps the Most Important Book in Publication Today,” as it addresses Social Darwinism’s national influence with its Marxist/Socialist underpinnings that directly impact the fractious political, educational, religious, and social environment in America today. Full Bio...

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