America has come a long way for civil rights since Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech on August 28, 1963. Many Americans have the day off from school and/or work to honor Dr. King’s work for racial equality. Here is a link that allows you to listen to or read the transcript from that historical speech.
Former Governor Mike Huckabee has been an advocate for racial equality for the majority of his adult life. I did a Google search to find some information to use in my blog and found that someone had already written a very informative article. Here is the link to, "Martin Luther King and Mike Huckabee: Two dreams become one" that was posted today.
Gary Walter might not know who wrote the blog he quoted from; but I do. It was written by a dear friend and fellow Huck’s Army member that goes by the pseudonym, “The Values Voter”. He doesn’t spend much time blogging right now because he is working hard writing his first book. Here is the direct link to his blog article “Why black voters love Mike Huckabee”.
While taking time to remember and honor Dr. King; read Huckabee’s blog article from today posted on the HuckPAC site, “Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.”