My uncle, Martin Luther King Jr., believed deeply in the promise of the American Dream. We can make it happen

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With 2022 now in the rearview mirror, 2023 is already ablaze with celebrations and controversy. Last week, as I looked ahead to the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday and March for Life events, I had to admit that the election of a new Speaker of the House is a breath of fresh air. 

At the end of the day, only God knows what lies ahead for America. Where peripherals collide, convergence is imminent — and the new year gives us an opportunity to reflect on that truth and reorient ourselves to God.  

One thing is certain: We should all add more prayer to our agendas. We must worship God first and foremost; then, and only then, can we act accordingly. 

REFLECTIONS ON THE MARTIN LUTHER KING DREAM TODAY

The March for Life and the Martin Luther King holiday are bookmarked on America’s calendar every year. With the Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson’s Women’s Health Organization last year, standing firm at the state level in defense of the sanctity of life and against the radical late-term abortion proposals of the Left is more important than ever. 

Meanwhile, this August will mark 60 years since my

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