Weekly Featured Profile – Caleb Bishop White


Caleb Bishop White

Caleb Bishop White lives in DallasTexas. He describes himself as a: Progressive Anti-Capitalist, Seminarian/Pastor, MiD-UCC, Community Organizer and Angelic Rebel Rouser!

He has worked at the Heart of Texas Association at South Central Conference, United Church of Christ, he is a former Consulting Pastor for Community Outreach at Firewheel UCC, a former Student Pastor at First Congregational UCC Fort Worth and was Young Adult and College Ministry Coordinator, Media Tech, at Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church – Huntsville, TX.

Caleb Bishop White is a 2010 graduate of Sam Houston State University with a B.S. in Political Science with a minor in Music. White spent time at Houston Graduate School of Theology and Brite Divinity School. During his time in seminary, he has excelled in scholarship and is a Brown Endowment Scholar, William Johnson Scholar and a Howard Wilke Scholar.

His ministerial interests lean towards “community outreach with an emphasis in economic justice and parish ministry with an emphasis in church growth and renewal.” White is a Member in Discernment in care of the Heart of Texas Association of the South Central Conference, United Church of Christ. His home congregation is Friends Congregational United Church of Christ in College Station and he is a self-proclaimed “Liturgical Nerd.”

Caleb Bishop White currently lives in the Oaklawn neighborhood in Dallas and currently preaches pulpit supply as he seeks a part time calling to serve while he finishes his M.Div.

Politically, he is a former County Chairman at Walker County Democratic Party and is closely connected with the Communist Party of Texas.

His main affiliation however is with Democratic Socialists of America.

Caleb Bishop White has been active with the UTD Democratic Socialists and the Young Democratic Socialists @ SHSU (Sam Houston State UniversityHuntsville Texas}.

Caleb Bishop White is currently co-chair of the Democratic Socialists of America – North Texas branch and serves on the DSA Disability Caucus/Working Group.

He also believes that Jesus Christ looks “kind of like Osama Bin Laden.”

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Senator Ted Cruz’s Census Question blasted by Opponent Beto O’Rourke, Democrats

By: Renee Nal | New Zeal

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Senators Ted Cruz of Texas, Tom Cotton of Arkansas and Jim Inhofe of Oklahoma can be credited with getting the Commerce Department to reinstate a question about citizenship on the 2020 census. Senator Ted Cruz’s democrat opponent Beto O’Rourke blasted Cruz on Twitter for the move, claiming that Texas will “lose millions in resources” if illegal aliens are not counted as Americans.

The question about citizenship on the census has – revealingly – outraged the other partisan Democrats as well, who prove repeatedly that they do not distinguish between legal immigrants and illegal aliens. Importantly, this correction works to undo the politicization of the census under Obama.

In 2009, the Washington Times revealed that Obama was employing pro-amnesty census “partners:”

Seven Census Bureau partners are part of an umbrella group called the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda, an organization that loudly advocates amnesty for millions of illegals.

Leading the way is the National Council of La Raza, whose leaders serve as representatives on the NHLA board and on several committees. La Raza, which means “the race,” was founded on the idea that much of the American Southwest was “stolen” from Mexico and should be returned.

La Raza serves on the NHLA civil rights committee, which advocates legislation making it easier for illegals to vote. Census partners National Institute for Latino Policy and the U.S. Hispanic Leadership Institute also serve the committee that opposes voter identification and proof-of-citizenship laws.

Although the stated main argument against the census question appears to be that it will discourage illegal aliens from filling out the census, but Ben Weingarten points out in a must-read article at The Federalist that the citizenship question was asked on President Obama’s American Community Survey (ACS), and “response rates to the ACS have routinely been 95 percent or higher.”

Former Attorney General and prospective 2020 presidential candidate Eric Holder has claimed that he would “sue” over the question, claiming that the question will “intimidate people.”

In a statement, Senator Ted Cruz said in part:

“I applaud Secretary Ross [of the U.S. Department of Commerce] for honoring this request by my colleagues and me,” Sen. Cruz said. “It is imperative that the data gathered in the census is reliable, given the wide ranging impacts it will have on U.S. policy. A question on citizenship is a reasonable, commonsense addition to the census.”

The move reveals a stark contrast between Senator Ted Cruz and his Democrat opponent for 2018, Beto O’Rourke.

As Matt Vadum points out in FrontPageMag,

“That any sane person would be outraged at this commonsense proposal is a depressing reminder of the power of the leftist, multiculturalist indoctrination that has robbed generations of Americans of the ability to think for themselves. The Left has been trying to blur the lines between citizens and non-citizens for years and it’s clear their hard work has paid off.”

The Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) released a ridiculous statement accusing President Trump of seeking to “implement its white supremacist agenda” by changing the 2020 census to include the question on citizenship.

“This is yet another political move by the Trump administration to implement its white supremacist agenda and to drag our nation back to the false ‘white paradise’ of the 1950s.”

Yeah, that’s it. CAIR has about as much credibility as the ridiculous Southern Poverty Law Center.

The Democrats are up in arms over this question for much more than federal funding for their respective states, which is in large part unconstitutional anyway. The real worry is articulated here: “Undercounted [illegal] immigrant communities could cause states with high [illegal] immigrant populations to lose seats and funding, potentially shifting political power toward more rural, historically conservative areas.”


Watch and circulate Trevor Loudon’s shocking documentary The Enemies Within as widely as you can before November 2018. It is a vote changing experience.


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Easter Sunday: The Issue of Kindness

By: Frank Salvato

If there is one thing lacking in our society today, it is a jealous fidelity to kindness. Yes, there is an excess of talk about kindness and being kind, and it always comes at the hand of someone who is trying to tell someone else that they have to be kind. The fact of the matter is this: kindness is not being taught in the home, and it is being agendized in our culture for manipulative purposes.

I can even go so far as to say that those who preach and celebrate kindness are – in many cases – the worst offenders of being unkind. A perfect example comes to us in every church parking lot after every mass every week.

Long ago, I listened to a Jesuit guest speaker at the church I attended with my Mother. He was less than happy with the congregation. He spoke of kindness and how Christians are supposed to treat people and pretty much called us all hypocrites. His example was the church parking lot after mass.

“You offer each other the sign of peace in the pews, smile and pretend to be kind, and then cut each other off in the parking lot because you have to be before your neighbor,” he said, and I paraphrase for the time that has passed since I listened to him. “You forget every last word of the sermon about being kind and Christian because you have to beat your neighbor to the brunch bar!”

Even after his tongue lashing, the exact scene he described played out in the parking lot after mass. Some didn’t hear it, didn’t get it, or just didn’t care. They went to church; they did their time, now back to “me first, I win, you lose.”

Some will argue that there is enough blame to go around for this malady, if, in fact, they believe it to be a problem at all. It seems the further one gets to the “touchy-feely” Left or the sanctimonious Right, the more they tend to overlook even their own acts of unkindness, even as they tell others what they have to do to be kind.

Some blame violent video games or a capitalist society that puts profit over the person. Others blame a lack of progression to an androgynous society. In reality, all of these are excuses to the acts; pathetic attempts at achieving victimhood so that no one has to take responsibility for their own, individual acts of unkindness.

Kindness lays exclusively with the individual. It is the responsibility of the individual, not the schools, not the government. It is the responsibility of parents to cultivate kindness in their children, fostering an environment where kindness can be experienced, and self-esteem – born out of respect for self and others – can be grown.

Sadly, we have moved now through two generations who have been taught (remember “It Takes a Village”…probably the most dangerous and ignorant book ever written) that everything they do is fantastic and nothing they do warrants consequences; this in an effort to install – not cultivate, but install – self-esteem. In reality, this ultimately flawed line of thinking has created two generations of human beings who have been robbed of the ability to learn from their failures, even as they transverse the streets of the world believing they are better than everyone else.

Learning to overcome adversity allows a child to embrace humility, which is a foundational necessity for kindness to emerge. When someone knows what it’s like to be on the losing end, they act differently toward others in that position, doing so from a position of understanding. They have learned from a position of loss and, therefore are more open to empathy for those who lose before them.

The “your so great” generations do not have this foundation; a foundation on which they would have the ability to embrace kindness. If it has not been taught to them at home, the concept is foreign. Compound this with the fact that one “your so great” generation is now raising the second and the concept of kindness is endangered.

Then there is the question of balance.

Kindness doesn’t always mean rolling over and catering to everyone’s whim. Sometimes kindness comes in the form of “no”; in the form of facilitating a hard lesson so that kindness and humility can be learned and attained by the individual. This goes back to the ability to learn from loss and/or failure. The catch here is that the sanctimonious and self-righteous; those who are moved to manipulate people for personal and political gain, use the illusion of “hard lesson learned” to many times coerce people to their favored end.

So, what can each of us do to advance kindness? The answer to the monumental problem is simple: Be brave, be benevolent, be honest, and be responsible (hat-tip to my sister for her advise “Be brave and be kind”):

  • Walk a mile in someone else’s shoes before passing judgment and if at all possible, don’t pass judgment at all.
  • Don’t try to change people, instead accept them for who they are and apply them to your life like oils to a canvas; your life being a painting.
  • Don’t meddle in other peoples’ affairs unless they ask for your opinion, and even then make sure your advice is constructive and insightful; words that allow the person to think for themselves, and not destructive words meant to have them “do it your way” (it’s their life after all, not your).
  • Be selfless when warranted and helpful when needed.
  • Accept apologies and forgive those who earnestly ask for forgiveness, and do so without caveat.
  • Insist on staying in a positive mindset even when it is easier to be negative.
  • And in any situation – in every situation, find the good, affect the good, nurture the good, be the good.

Are these suggestions all it takes to be kind; to advance kindness? No, I am sure they are not. Am I guilty of not following my own advice? Absolutely. I find myself failing all the time. But I learn from my mistakes and try to be a better person because of my recognition of those mistakes. It is a gift my parents gave to me in both nurturing me to be kind and in letting me fail to learn from my lessons.

This Easter Sunday, as we reflect on the true meaning of the day, let’s celebrate the ultimate act of kindness; the ultimate act of selflessness, by dedicating the rest of our lives to being kind, responsible, caring positive people.

And that starts in the church parking lot…

Frank Salvato is the operating partner at Archangel Organization, LLC, a reputation management and multimedia holdings group. He serves as managing editor of The New Media Journal His writing has been recognized by the US House International Relations Committee and the Japan Center for Conflict Prevention. His analysis has been published by The American Enterprise Institute, The Washington Times, and Accuracy in Media, and is syndicated nationally. Mr. Salvato has appeared on The O’Reilly Factor on FOX News Channel and is the author of six books examining internal and external threats facing our country. He can be heard weekly on “The Captain’s America: Third Watch” radio program syndicated nationally on the Salem Broadcasting Network, and is a host on The Underground Podcast Network.