Speaker, Publisher & Author of
Obama: Why Black America Should Have Doubts
William Owens is a political activist, author, publisher and speaker.
Owens is also president of Higher Standard Enterprises, Inc., which encapsulates publishing and media within the current framework of the political arena. William became involved in politics before the 2008 elections, and used his venue of publishing to write, publish, and distribute his latest politically themed book, Obama: Why Black America Should Have Doubts. He has been writing and publishing for over two decades.
PRINCIPLES OVER PARTY
With a grounded view of history coupled with a biblical foundation, William Owens presents to his audience a powerful argument on the essence of solidifying our voting commitment on principles over both political party and pigmentation.
BLACK PRIDE / WHITE GUILT
With the fascination with race in America, our ideas become diluted into islands that separate us from the real issues. Consequently, our communities become open prey to political agendas that do more to divide communities than unite them.
Black Pride / White Guilt takes a candid look at how Americans have allowed themselves to fall into this trap, and how imperative it is for us to climb out of it.
FAMILY – THE GREATEST FOUNDATION
Married for 25 years, William Owens offers a refreshing look at the need for families to focus on the higher purpose of their lives; how to think beyond the accumulation of things, and the pursuit of status to become grounded in God’s eternal purpose and plan.
THE TEAR PARTY MOVEMENT
Speaking at over 150 tea parties and being a team member with the Tea Party Express, William Owens is uniquely qualified to discuss aspects of the Tea Party Movement as a patriot and also as a Black American.
BLACK CONSERVATISM RESURGENCE FOR 2013
With elections becoming the issue of discussion in 2010 and particularly 2012, there are many ideas about the Black American vote and the role such votes will play. With clarity that stems from direct experience within the Black community, William Owens dispels many assumptions about the Black vote. His work within this arena uniquely qualifies him to discuss topics that concern many Black Americans such as the death tax, Obama’s approval ratings, economics, and how these issues affect their vote in 2012.
COMMUNITY FAITH & POLICY
Community, Faith and Policy is a powerful movement that surpasses discussion panels, debates, and philosophical arguments about race, political party affiliation and policy. CFP focuses on connecting communities on the basis of principles that supersedes party affiliation, pigmentation or ideologies. The heart of CFP is making sure that the core foundational, American principles—rooted in Judeo Christian ideals—are reflected in policy by championing such principles in the voting booth.