On Monday the country remembered and honored Martin Luther King Junior. Monday night, Jimmy Kimmel decided to do a MLK Day edition of his 'Lie Witness News' series and I can't believe how out of touch some people are.
Giving a day of commemoration to one of the world's most instrumental civil rights leaders whose peaceful words and deeds contributed to a whole new understanding of equality and brotherhood seems like a no-brainer. Martin Luther King Day's history, however, was fraught with controversy and took years just to get on the federal government's official calendars.
Most people remember Martin Luther King Jr as the man that lead the peaceful march of 250,000 people in Washington, D.C., then delivered his address, "l Have a Dream". At the age of thirty-five, Martin Luther King, Jr., was the youngest man to have received the Nobel Peace Prize. He turned the prize money for winning the award, over $50,000 over to his cause.
Today, we remember Martin