On the Road to Itascas

Martin Luther King Jr. said, "We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope." To imagine freedom is to imagine infinity. The dream of freedom is self-renewing, inexhaustible, represents unity in diversity, and increases when shared. But whence comes the capacity to hope infinitely for an elusive ideal? Infinity can only come from infinity. Identification with God is the source of the hope for freedom. Man cannot offer himself freedom. Human law can provide only the recompense of entitlement, inherent in which are jealousy, rivalry, and the delusion of specialness. Was Reverend King referring to the infinite hope for more food stamps, Medicaid, and Obamaphones? That is all socialist entitlement offers. Here is a snapshot of three generations of an American family. It points out the structural choices they made, pushed along by the forces of anti-moral humanism, to the inevitable endpoint of degeneracy and socialism. Not too long ago, a friend told me she was...(Read Full Article)