Miss Parker's "Uncle Sam's Plantation" was beautifully written, well organized and very applaudable.
I thought, "Oh great, someone else is slamming the US and telling us how awful life here is and how oppressed everyone is."
Star Parker does a great job detailing how the government's welfare programs hurts rather than helps poverty.
Star Parker has written a fantastic book that rings truth to the mindset of what actually is and to have her share it through her eyes, if phenomenal. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Belinda B. Dickerson
Well done. Accurate, insightful and easily understood. Star would have a spot in my administration.Published 1 month ago by Larry D. Blackwood
Absolutely phenomenal! As you read the book, you have a full range of emotions. You are sad, angry, want to fight and then just shake your head and ask yourself " How did our... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bonny
Wasn't what I expected but presents an interesting perspective.Published 2 months ago by Rachel Tingle
Star Parker writes of her own experiences on welfare and how the largesse of government entitlements keeps individuals locked into dependency unable and unwilling to raise... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tampadoc
Very educational. You can see Gods' promised filled by reading the section of how Star got off wealth fare.Published 2 months ago by Jason Trenchard
The truth about poverty and the plight of the Blacks in America.Published 2 months ago by Cotton Eagle
Star Parker is a revolutionary, an intrepid nonconformist radical who challenges almost every idea that drives modern culture. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lee James