Kathy Barnette


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Kathy Barnette is a conservative black young mother and wife, with intelligent perspectives and views that are oftentimes controversial in light of mainstream media. She communicates as an apologetics speaker and writer. She is an adjunct Professor and her corporate career includes working with two major Wall Street firms. She served her country for 10 years in the Armed Forces Reserves, where she was accepted into Officer Candidacy School. Kathy currently sits on the board of a crisis pregnancy center. Kathy is also the founder of Truth Exchange Ministries. The purpose behind the roundtable dialogues is to engage minds to think critically about the world around them from a Biblical perspective. TruthExchange

Most Recent Articles by Kathy Barnette:

Obama versus U.S. Constitution: Which is Dispensable?

Jan 16, 2012 — Kathy Barnette

A story that is often retold is one of Dr. Benjamin Franklin leaving the Constitution Convention in 1787.  Upon Dr. Franklin’s exit a lady asked him “Well Doctor, what have we got a republic or a monarchy – “A republic,” replied Dr. Franklin, “if you can keep it.”(i)

A clear line is being drawn in the sand.  In this generation, more so than any other, it appears we are coming dangerously close to losing our great republic.  President Barack Obama’s most recent power-grab catapults us at warp-speed into Dr. Franklin’s worse fear.  The U.S. Supreme Court will eventually decide if President Obama’s actions were illegal or not.  However, the legality of President Obama’s recent actions is not the American people’s only problem.  Precedents are being set every day and are used in future cases to determine the legitimacy and borders of the U.S. Constitution – should the current borders be expanded to accommodate personal whims, special situations, and the personal opinions of a minority.  Dr. Thomas Sowell, a renowned scholar and senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, terms this minority “the anointed”.


America’s Rich Legacy and “Stronger than Gold Currency” is under Duress

Jun 9, 2011 — Kathy Barnette

As Americans continue, day-after-day, earning the waning dollar, their leaders continue to mortgage-off their future with out of control spending and reckless policies – both domestically and internationally.  From all appearances and from both side of the aisle, it appears they are committed to auctioning off every single asset to the highest bidder, until there is nothing left to sell or until all the bidders dry up.  The hotly contested debates over raising the national debt ceiling are perfunctory, at best.  Hoping to quiet the growing dread in the hearts of its people and to somehow appease a watching international community, America’s leaders know that this raising of the debt ceiling will not be the last.  It is one of many to come.


Breaking News:  Is America headed towards dictatorship?

Feb 24, 2011 — Kathy Barnette

Yesterday our President issued a statement declaring his administration will no longer defend the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA)(i)

The 1996 law bans the federal recognition of same-sex marriage, defines marriage as only between a man and a woman, and allows states to deny recognition of same-sex unions performed elsewhere.


Can Christianity and the Homosexual AGENDA Co-exist?

Dec 22, 2010 — Kathy Barnette

In the immortal words of Rodney King “can’t we all just get along?”  How nice it would be if we could.  Unfortunately, it’s not always that simple.  Can Christianity co-exist with homosexuality?  Yes, I believe so.  Can Christianity co-exist with the homosexual AGENDA?  I vote a resounding NO!


Jesus is the reason for the Season…right?

Dec 20, 2010 — Kathy Barnette

Often we hear the well-intentioned rhyme “Jesus is the reason for the Season”.  However, their lack of understanding the significance of that statement is oftentimes demonstrated by their mad dash to join the extreme commercialization of the Christmas Season.


Is This Considered Treason?

Nov 23, 2010 — Kathy Barnette

Anything American and anything Christ-centered seems to be “unconstitutional” these days.  The litmus test that appears to be in use in determining if something is constitutional or not, is “if someone may become offended by another’s actions.”  How flaky is that for a litmus test – when we can each vouch for our own emotions randomly ranging from high to low at any given moment.