October 6, 2018 should go down in history as a “Day of Renewal” in the United States. It brings to mind the following Scripture that was used to commemorate the signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776 (actually July 2, but the press got it wrong):
“Proclaim liberty throughout the land to all its inhabitants” (Leviticus 25:10).
This particular verse is fittingly inscribed upon the Liberty Bell, enshrined near Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It speaks of the triumph of law, principle, truth, and victory over mobs and tyrants.
Justice Kavanaugh’s victory as the 114th justice of the United States declares the same.
What is the primary lesson from the Kavanaugh victory?
I didn’t write the title to this article nor the article itself.
But I could have (and wish I did). I have been thinking for months why Donald Trump succeeded in becoming the 45th president of the United States.
I’ve also been pondering what might have happened if he didn’t.
Then Dennis Prager produced this column which became a number one read all over the Internet and blogosphere. He put into words what many of us had been thinking.