Reverend William Barber spoke in Albany, New York about the immorality of funding cuts to public education in that state.
Rev. Barber cuts right through the bull, and joins Bill Maher in denying of any God who hates people.
Real Time with Bill Maher, Overtime, July 18, 2014.
The Rev. William J. Barber, who has been leading the "Moral Monday" protests in North Carolina took on The Daily Caller's Jamie Weinstein along with the rest of deficit scolds on this Friday's Real Time with Bill Maher.
The crowd was enraptured. As my friend Dave Johnson said, “They came for Elizabeth Warren and discovered William Barber.”
Moral Monday protests resumed in Raleigh, NC last week. Defying new rules meant to silence dissent, protesters staged a sit in last night in NC Speaker Thom Tillis' office.
According to the ACLU, close to half of the states in the U.S., with a concentration in the South, now have some form of voting restrictions. The Moral March is speaking out.
Moral Monday protests in North Carolina against a raft of recent legislation targeting voters and teachers will continue in 2014. Reporting by the AP suggests that the protests will spread across the South.
With the North Carolina state legislature in recess, Moral Mondays – the Forward Together Movement – began a march across the state, with 10,000 rallying in Asheville, NC.
Every week, the crowd just gets bigger. Look what happens when leaders lead!