Prager H3: Yes, Martin Luther King Jr. had his personal flaws. Yes, he had ideas that conservatives strongly disagree with. But on balance there can be no question that he made a major, vital contribution to this country. His “moral” bank account was very full. Dennis talks Rabbi Shmuley Boteach about his new book Honoring the Child Spirit: Inspiration and Learning from Our Children. They also talk about Shmuley’s defense of Sarah Palin’s use of the term “blood libel” in the Wall Street Journal.
Prager H2: Reverend Martin Luther King is now universally referred to as Dr. Martin Luther King. This is part of the Left’s desire to remove the importance of religion from the civil rights struggle. The Administration has released a report endorsing women in combat. This is foolishness in the extreme. Does anybody really believe a combat unit would be enhanced by the presence of women?
Prager H1: Dennis honors Reverend Martin Luther King by reading excerpts from his famous “Letter from a Birmingham Jail, one the most profound documents of American history.