Star Parker, president and CEO of the Center for Urban Renewal and Education, recently appeared on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal to weigh in on issues that will affect the outcome of the 2024 election.
Star began by explaining what’s broken in our culture.
“If you don’t have a people that believe in their country, believe in personal responsibility, then we’re going to get off track,” Star said. We as a society have a responsibility to think about an aging population, she added, that has become much more dependent on the government. Young people are saying they don’t want children or the traditions of life that got us to where we can remain a free people.
A broken culture means more government. The challenge of more government is now we have fewer people paying into the system and more people demanding from the system.
That’s just one of our problems.
Star explained why abortion is one of the indicators of a broken culture. And she was just getting started. Star spoke about many current issues, including school choice, sexual content in schools, and what she wants to hear from Republicans running for the presidential nomination. She also responded to callers.
Watch her C-SPAN segment below.