In Standing on the Rock, Central Pennsylvania's first African-American radio station owner shares his life story and tackles the issues of religion and race-card politics. An unforgettable chronicle of faith, courage, and determination, Standing on the Rock is the intriguing and inspirational account of how Joe Green stepped out in simple, unwavering faith to defeat all odds. With tact and discretion, this autobiography uncovers his past self-destructive background as a street hustler and chronicles his now radically transformed life-proving that through God all things are possible regardless of any failures, setbacks, or disadvantages an individual has faced. Joe Green also deals with the issues of religion and race-card politics in an uncompromising manner, exploring the startling truth about the polarizing racial, religious, and political issues that divide so many in our present culture. Topics include: The Startling Truth About Democrats and Republicans; Should Christians Question the Faith of Barack Obama?; What to Do No Matter Who Wins the Next Presidential Election; The Shocking Truth About the Abortion Industry; Is There a Case for Polarized Politics?; The Misuse of the Race Card in Religion and Politics; What We Can All Learn from the Trayvon Martin Tragedy; and much more.