Racial Relations in U.S: From the Perspective of a Conservative African-American – Bob Siegel Show Ep 7

The Bob Siegel Show Episode 7

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Bob’s guest is Mark Walters. Mark has had a varied career including the Navy (Quartermaster 2nd Class Petty Officer in navigation) public school teacher, prison chaplain, and Correction Deputy for Sheriff.

As a conservative African-American, Mark talks candidly about the segregated south he grew up in, comparing it to  significant progress he sees in America today. His devotion to Jesus Christ and the authority of the Bible serve as a lens through which he views and evaluates our present culture.

This interview takes up the high majority of the program with limited commercial interruption. The interview begins about one-quarter into the show.

Other Topics:

-Bob’s opening monologue speaks to the hypocrisy of state and city governments restricting business and freedom in the name of “keeping us safe” during the COVID19 lockdown, only to restrain police protection during the riots of the past two weeks.


-Is it a sin to gamble? (a light-hearted approach followed by a genuine answer)


-Wisdom from the Left

As mentioned on today’s program:

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Updated: June 16, 2020 — 3:56 pm