Demetrius Minor works with Coalitions for Americans for Prosperity to try to defend the 1st Amendment and break down the liberal bias on college campuses.
On the podcast, they discuss Kanye West’s recent comments that have stirred up controversy, delving into a discussion about “slavery” being used as a rhetorical tool on the left. They also talk about the neurological reasons we look for bad news, which the media plays upon.
Demetrius talks about Americans for Prosperity, one of the largest conservative advocacy groups in the United States. They talk about the hypocrisy of the left saying outrageous things, while they demand that others be silenced by labeling comments as “hate speech.”
Demetrius expresses what his major concerns are, from his particular vantage point as a young Conservative black man in America.
Also on the podcast, Chuck and Mark talk about Trump’s nominee for the CIA director, Gina Haspel, and the response from the hypocritical left, the recent allegations about New York Attorney General Schneiderman, Trump backing out of the Iran deal, the progressive history of the media and more.
About the guest:
Demetrius Minor is Director of Coalitions for Americans for Prosperity and author of Preservation and Purpose: The Making Of A Young Millennial and A Manifesto for Faith, Family and Politics (Balcony 7: 2015).
He is a preacher and a graduate of the Pentecostals of Alexandria Minister’s Training Center (POATC).
Demetrius served as a White House intern in the George W. Bush administration.
Demetrius’s writings have been featured in The Washington Times and published by FreedomWorks and Townhall.com.
Visit https://generationopportunity.org/ for more information about Minor’s work.