Conceived by Star Parker, syndicated columnist, author, and featured conservative television personality. CURE America.News is designed to be the new voice in Mainstream Media to promote messages of Faith, Freedom and Personal Responsibility.
CURE America News Network (CANN) - As the anchor show CURE America with Star Parker. A weekly news talk show to promote conservative public policy ideas, specifically targeting Evangelical Protestants and Catholics. In addition to this ground breaking show the following content will also be featured on CANN:
Cure America with Star Parker is a weekly news talk show with a similar format to Meet the Press, Fox News Sunday or Wall Street Journal Report that include interviews on timely headlines and a panel to discuss details.
The driving weekly topic is the subject of Star Parker’s nationally syndicated column that week. Featured interview guests will be elected officials, policy experts from partnering organizations, as well as authors and news personalities.
Cure America with Star Parker is a 60-minute digest that welcomes candid discussion on America’s cultural, political and racial conflicts and concerns. The primary audience is America’s 124 million weekly church attenders in general, with specific target towards America’s 23 million black church attendees.
Star Parker is the founder and president of the Center for Urban Renewal and Education, a Washington D.C. based Public Policy Institute that fights poverty and restores dignity through messages of faith, freedom and personal responsibility.
Star consulted on federal Welfare Reform in the mid-90s and then founded UrbanCure to bring new ideas to policy discussions on how to transition America's poor from government dependency. In 1996, she was a featured speaker at the Republican National Convention.
Today, Star regularly consults with both federal and state legislators on market-based strategies to fight poverty.
The vision of CURE is to preserve, promote and protect Christianity, Capitalism and our Constitution to improve culture, reduce government dependency, and to build race relations.
CURE works in public policy, the public square, and in poor communities through three programs:
A Policy Program that today works directly with the White House and the Congress on Welfare Reform ideas;
A Media Program that includes rapid response and a daily news blog, blackcommunitynews.com;
And a Clergy Program that umbrellas a national network of more than 950 clergy who serve in various hard-hit zip codes around the country.
In 2017, Star joined the White House Opportunity Initiative advisory team to share ideas on how to best fix our nation’s most distressed zip codes.
In 2018, she was appointed by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to the U.S. Frederick Douglass Bicentennial Commission.
Star has a bachelor's degree in Marketing and International Business from Woodbury University and has received numerous awards and commendations for her work on public policy issues.
Many of national acclaim would agree that Star Parker has established herself as a thoughtful and energetic leader in Washington D.C. - and her CURE advisory board includes folks of note such as Generals John Ashcroft and Ed Meese; Drs. Marvin Olasky, George Gilder and Walter E. Williams.
In 2016, CPAC honored her with the “Ronald Reagan Foot Soldier of the Year”; In 2017 Star was the recipient of the Groundswell Impact Award; and in 2018, Bott Radio Network presented Star with its prestigious Queen Esther Award, and nominated her to the National Religious Broadcaster Board of Directors. Star is also on the Board of Directors at the Leadership Institute.
To date, Star Parker has spoken on more than 250 college campuses, including Harvard, Berkeley, Emory, Liberty, Franciscan, UCLA, and UVA. She has authored several books; is a regular commentator on national television and radio networks including the BBC, EWTN, and FOX News; and is a nationally syndicated columnist with Creators, which carries in some of the largest newspapers and news websites in the country, reaching 8 million readers weekly https://www.creators.com/ .
Dr. William B. Allen is Emeritus Dean of James Madison College and Emeritus Professor of Political Science at Michigan State University and has been a member of the Mackinac Center Board of Scholars since 1995. Currently, he is a Veritas Fund Senior Professor in the Matthew J. Ryan Center for the Study of Free Institutions and the Public Good at Villanova University and also a Visiting Professor in History and American Government at the Ashbrook Center at Ashland University. Previously, he taught at Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, California. He earned his Ph.D. in Government from the Claremont Graduate University.
Dr. Allen is a former member and chairman of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights and has been a Kellogg National Fellow, Fulbright Fellow and a member of the National Council on the Humanities. He has published several books, including George Washington: America’s First Progressive and Rethinking Uncle Tom: The Political Philosophy of H. B. Stowe. He also edited such collections as George Washington: A Collection and The Essential Antifederalist and has published numerous scholarly articles on political philosophy and American political thought.
Lonnie Poindexter has over 25 years of successful management, sales and marketing experience, having worked with Silicon Valley startups and tech sector industry leaders in California. Today as a Washington, DC Correspondent, he covers current events in our nation’s capitol concerning public policy and the faith based community. Lonnie hosted a national Christian radio show called Lion Chasers. The show broadcasted on Urban Family Communications which was a ministry outreach of American Family Radio one of the largest Christian radio networks in the nation. Lonnie also cohosted on GLC Television in Southwest Texas.
Lonnie’s passion is the sanctity of life and fighting for the unborn. He collaborates with the nation’s foremost pro-life organizations in America.
Lonnie is the founder and president of the Lion Chasers Network (LCN), an association of faith-based organizations and activist clergy mobilized to speak on issues of the day that negatively impact our nation. The Lion Chasers Network addresses the intersection of faith and public policy in America. LCN’s position is, there is no line of demarcation between morality and governance.
The Lion Chasers Network champions uncommon men and women of faith who are not afraid to speak truth to power in matters of faith and public policy. The mission: To return our nation to a moral and free society.
As an executive level Director Lonnie utilized his business IQ honed in the private sector to build brand and leverage strategic partnering relationships with peer entities within public policy and philanthropy in Washington, DC helping nonprofits develop their brand, core message, go to market strategy, and value proposition. His clients included faith-based organizations, 501c3’s and churches.
Lonnie’s professional technical career afforded him the unique opportunity to be at the forefront of the technology revolution working with some of the industry’s most recognizable companies. While in their employ he was exposed to, and formally trained in Corporate America’s best business practices, policies and procedures for commerce, ecommerce, information security and technology disciplines. Today, applying that knowledge base to the philanthropy arena in ministry is at the core of his motivation; to be used to extend God’s kingdom and the good news of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Lonnie works in the area of non-profit client relationship management, radio and television commentary and program management.
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