We celebrate Martin Luther King, whose birthday is Jan. 15, on Monday. Whatever you do in rememberance, or how fleeting, try to emody his spirit and words.
While year-end holidays are festive, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is more somber, at least for those traders and investors who remember.
Martin Luther King Jr. preached love, peace, and unity. During the tenure of President Obama, we had ten years eroding the edges of King's dream with racism.
Having failed with the Russia Hoax the New York Times has promised all racist white supremacy coverage all the time between now and the 2020 election.
Identity politics is counter-intuitive of the goals of leaders such as Martin Luther King, Jr., Frederick Douglass, Thoroughgood Marshall.
Rosa Parks passed away on October 24, 2005, but the memory of her heroic defiance of injustice lives on.
In the 1950s, conservative intellectual William F. Buckley took on the anti-Semitism in the Republican Party. He called out the Jew-haters by name.
Martin Luther King, Jr. was a Civil Rights leader whose message of equality was a message of peace. Does Black Lives Matter and ANTIFA live up to King?
US equity markets are closed Monday for Martin Luther King, day, a Federal holiday. No pre-market or after hours trading sessions are scheduled for MLK Day.
What may standout, however, about these men is that they are the human beings that transcended their own lives, giving of themselves to better the world.
In our college dormitory discussions of events in the world, if anyone suggested that we would live to see a black Governor of Virginia, let alone a black president, he would have been viewed as mad. We have, fortunately, lived to see things we never imagined. The dream of Martin Luther King is not dead.
Boycotting the Statue of the Union, Democrats continue tarnishing Martin Luther King's dream of togetherness as they continue to insist on a platform of party and identity politics.
I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.
We need to return to the days of folk music. It was Americana filling the air with banjos and guitars. It was idealistic, naive, fresh, energetic and hopeful rather than vicious.
At first glance, one might think Obama was railing against materialism. But as a good man of the left, he was anything but anti-materialistic.
At the feet of Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King uttered his most famous words "I have a dream ..." Today is a good day to remember those words.
I insist that Dr. King’s dream is realized on a daily basis
Rick Santorum has been saying the same things for 20 years on immigration, abortion, taxes, marriage, and every other issue; his is a record you can trust.
Martin Luther King had a dream. Modern race theorists have made his dream a confused and incoherent mess and consigned it to the ideology of whiteness.
“With this faith, we will be able to transform the jangling discords of our nation into a beautiful symphony of brotherhood. With this faith, we will be able to work together, to pray together, to struggle together, to go to jail together, to stand up for freedom together…” Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.