“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil
is that good men do nothing.”
Like many freedom fighters, rebels and enemies of the
state that came before and after him, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. died
standing up, a free man; not as a slave on his knees.
He, and those who’ve risked everything to
spread the message of love, liberty, and peace, knew their duty – and
the price they had to pay.
On this day, as the country remembers the works of
Dr. King, we offer you the following from the late Floyd Westerman.