Opinion How Martin Luther King became safe By David Gushee | January 18, 2016 ShareTweet EmailPrint More More on Opinion Subscribe to Opinion (RNS1-AUG27) Forty years after Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s famous ``I Have a Dream'' speech, widely divergent voices _ from the conservative Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore to liberal gay rights organizations _ claim to be fighting for King's ``dream.'' See RNS-KING-COMPARE, transmitted Aug. 27, 2003. RNS file photo. Active RNS subscribers and members can view this content by logging-in here.We do not honor the slain civil-rights leader when we conveniently forget his radical message and actions.