About The Abolitionist Roundtable
Abolition speaks to the advocacy of the eradication of slavery. There are individuals in America who are enslaved to a life of failure because they have allowed themselves to be deceived by the demagogy of some of our leaders who exploit their own people for personal gain. And then, there are others who manipulate the black experience to their own advantage so they can use the civil rights movement to promote their own agenda.
These men make Joshua’s Trail like no other talk show in America.
Charles McCollough (September 2, 1942 - October 27, 2015)
Charles sat at the Abolitionist Roundtable from 2004 until he was taken home in 2015. Charles’ sincere dedication to God and country drove him to be a valuable member of the Abolitionist Roundtable. Charles was a firebrand who spoke from his heart with great care and concern about what is happening in America. Charles will be missed.
Fillippo (Phil) Stargell
Phil officially joined Reverend Levon Yuille's abolitionist roundtable as on air commentator on January 4, 2010. A retired construction worker, his conservative philosophy was developed the hard way. Phil worked as a laborer in the Michigan trade unions, whose loyalty almost always was to the Democrat party. Never the less, he developed the entrepreneur spirit to own his own business. (1) If America is to continue her role as the leader of the free world, The American people must have a change of heart which will bring about an end to how abortion is promoted and practiced in the United States today (2) Conservatism, free markets and the commitment to the rule of Constitutional law are the cornerstone of the foundation that makes America exceptional.
February 6, 1964 - December 12, 2018
Del was a local businessman, entrepreneur, husband, and father with a passion to see God's people free and prosperous. He became an Abolitionist on A.R.T of Michigan. His wish was to see our American Heritage restored in our schools and people free to receive heaven smile on our hearts. Del will be missed.
The Spanish philosopher, George Santayana, said, "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it." This quote is one of the great motivators behind the Abolitionist Round Table, the goal being to remind blacks and Americans in general about much of our forgotten history especially from the Christian perspective.