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  • Roland Martin: Black Pastors Didn’t Say Don’t Vote on Election Day

    Sep 24, 12 by EurPublisher Leave a comment

    *Recently, when we ran an AP story that asserted that some black pastors are encouraging their congregations to not vote on election day, it dropped jaws and raised more than a few eyebrows. Now, CNN’s Roland Martin has responded. He writes that that’s not what the pastors were saying. In other words, don’t believe the […]

  • Some Black Pastors Encouraging their Flocks to NOT Vote on Election Day

    Sep 16, 12 by EurPublisher 42 Comments

    *(Via Yahoo News) – Some black clergy see no good presidential choice between a Mormon candidate and one who supports gay marriage, so they are telling their flocks to stay home on Election Day. That’s a worrisome message for the nation’s first African-American president, who can’t afford to lose any voters from his base in […]

  • Black Pastor at RNC Calls Obama a ‘Hollywood Sellout’

    Sep 3, 12 by Brainuser1 5 Comments

    *Talk about coloring the entire page with one crayon. Why is it that some people disagree with one piece of an equation, and decide to throw away the entire formula? Enter one black pastor who has a problem with President Barack Obama’s stand on marriage equality; and as a result, has decided to turn against […]

  • Obama Hating Black Pastors Have Ties to Conservatives

    Aug 13, 12 by EurPublisher 7 Comments

    *(Via Huffington Post) – Since the Rev. William Owens launched his national campaign in May calling on African-Americans to withdraw their support of President Obama because of his stance on gay marriage, he has claimed the backing of 3,700 black clergy and touted his organization as predominantly Democratic. But Owens and his group, the Coalition […]

  • Black Pastors Not Feeling Obama’s Gay Marriage Position

    May 11, 12 by Brittney M. Walker 1 Comment

    *President Barack Obama was straddling the fence lately, putting his supporters on edge about his thoughts regarding gay marriage. Once he made the leap, a huge population of supporters rejected his ideas. Black clergymen publicly shared their disdain for the president’s new stance. The Rev. Al Sharpton is the only high-profile Black religious leader to […]