I can’t read enough about the kidnapping out of Boston and the man who may – or more likely, may NOT – be a Rockefeller. The most fascinating part of this story is still to come.
Who is this father with at least four aliases and enough cash to buy a house?
If he isn’t Clark Rockefeller, who is he?
Why doesn’t he have a social security card or a birth certificate?
Did his ex-wife of 12 years know about any of his aliases?
What did he tell his daughter?
What did she ask him?
Oh, the questions! I’ll have a few answers for you tonight, so be sure to join us for that.
Race is probably the most difficult topic of conversation in this country. Yes, more than politics, religion or money. Barack Obama’s bid for the White House is making race a more common discussion, but that doesn’t mean it’s any more comfortable for most Americans. One of the reasons it’s so tough to have an honest talk: no one wants to be called a racist.
But you would think that the one place you shouldn’t have to worry about race is in church. After all, doesn’t Christianity teach that Jesus loved everyone, no matter what they looked like? Maybe… but that doesn’t mean people want to worship with just anybody. It turns out, many Americans prefer to get their religion with folks who look like them.
An ironic twist… a man who works at a funeral home confirms he’s very much alive, despite reports he died in a flood more than 30 years ago.
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