by the New York Post Editorial Board
Were Martin Luther King alive in 2022 to celebrate his 93rd birthday, what would he have to say about his nation’s contentious racial landscape?
America is a far different place from the country that saw King felled by an assassin’s bullet in 1968 at the young age of 39.
The United States has seen an African-American serve two terms as president — something King likely thought even his children would never see.
Blacks routinely serve at the top levels of the Cabinet, on the Supreme Court, in the Senate as well as the … Read More >>