- Are we truly "a nation of cowards" on race?
- How and why I became a conservative Republican
- The damage done by the liberal 'experiment ' on the black community
- The sellout of the black church to liberal politics over God's Word
- The chances for reconciliation between blacks and the GOP
- The black community's defense of scoundrels
- My personal experiences with the civil rights movement and racism
- Interracial dating and marriage
- Seeking God's will in life and politics
- Should blacks love America?
- The Tea Party movement - is it racist?
- Where do we go from here?
conservative writer and commentator Ron Miller delivers a candid
and compelling personal account on race in America in Sellout:
Musings from Uncle Tom’s Porch.
Praise for Sellout: Musings from Uncle Tom’s Porch
“African Americans have been told for two generations
that they are supposed to be liberal. Ron Miller’s journey
serves as an affirmation that it is okay to be both black and
conservative.” ~Niger Innis, national spokesperson,
Congress On Racial Equality
“Ron offers a personal, poignant and spiritual account
of a journey through the quagmire of race in America, a journey
that leads to redemption for all. Challenging and conciliatory,
Americans of all races will be stirred by this book.”
~Ken Blackwell, co-author of the No. 1 bestselling book The
Blueprint: Obama’s Plan to Subvert the Constitution and Build an
Ron Miller is an educator and conservative commentator who writes extensively
about identity politics and the repercussions of placing race
above values, emphasizing the harmful effects of liberal
policies on the black community.
Ron is an associate dean and assistant professor of government at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. The nine-year plus veteran of the
U.S. Air Force and married father of three writes columns for
several online sites and print publications, and his own website, RonOnTheRight.com
He is an outspoken advocate for free enterprise, low taxes and
reasonable regulation, limited and effective government focused
on national security, public safety and administering justice,
traditional two-parent families and the sanctity of human life.
From 2001 to 2004, Ron Miller served in the federal government
as a senior executive with the Federal Emergency Management
Agency, then the Department of Homeland Security, and finally
with the U.S. Small Business Administration.
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