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Star Parker
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    (November 24, 1956- )
    Born in Moses Lake, Washington
    Conservative Commentator
    Founder and President of Coalition for Urban Renewal and Education
    Author of ‘White Ghetto,’ ‘Uncle Sam’s Plantation,’ and ‘Pimps, Whores, and Welfare Brats’
    She is homophobic.
    She commented during the Larry Craig scandal that ‘liberals love the sin and hate the sinner.’
    She is against abortion despite having four abortions herself.
    As a teenager she was arrested for shoplifting.
    She served as a guest host on ‘The View.’
    When discussing Michael Vick's dog fighting scandal she turned it into a discussion of how people aren’t equally as disgusted by abortion as they were with Vick.
    She believes the welfare system is bad because she believes stable families and self reliance will help to end poverty.
    She became pro life after the abortions she had left her feeling depressed.
    Even though she was a troubled teen she became a born again Christian and is now an upstanding citizen.
    She has debated the likes of Michael Moore and Jesse Jackson.
    She uses her personal experience with the welfare system to critique it.

Credit: Jack Magic

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