Martin Luther King's dream, and the purpose, was not that an individual would be chosen for that job, or any job, because he or she is a woman or is black.
The relevant questions are: Why should the collapse of marriage in the United States concern us? And why is this happening?
We just saw a decision in the nation's Supreme Court where a Nevada church petition to be treated equally to Nevada's casinos regarding COVID-19 attendance limits was rejected with no explanation.
Contrary to claims of the dismantlers, the freed slave Archer Alexander is not kneeling in servitude before the president but rather, according to many serious voices in this historic debate, getting up and looking out toward his freedom.
America itself was an innovation -- the first nation in the world founded on an idea and a truth. That idea and truth is that God created man to be free.
If black Americans are victims of anything, it is that they live in a country that has become a wasteland of moral relativism.
Respect for the law and every human being comes only with humility, and that humility comes only when we see that law rooted in God and every person created in His image.
With the weakening of religion in our nation, we're seeing a weakening of behaviors that keep a nation strong: record lows in the rate of marriage and the number of children born.
The crisis should also make us aware of the mistakes we have made in undermining traditional values, which has led to a collapse of the American family.
It so happens that halting abortion saves the lives of unborn children.