By Lennie Jarratt April 4 is the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s tragic assassination in Memphis, Tennessee. On this sad occasion, Americans ought to reflect on MLK’s monumental life and reconsider his philosophy on our waning freedom.
My good friend, American Greatness Managing Editor Ben Boychuk, and I recorded a podcast for Independence Day. He inspired me with his tradition to read the Declaration of Independence at July 4th observances, which he brought to my barbecue years ago. We
We celebrate July Fourth as the day the Declaration of Independence created the United States. But in my heart I also honor July 15. On that day in 1930 Giustino DiCamillo, my grandfather, arrived here with my grandma, aunts and