Tag Archives: Southern Heritage

Another way to demonize the South.

Fun with Slavery: Dark Spots in a Shining Sea of Twaddle

Perhaps no other part of history is more muddled.

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“I’m going to run a very vicious and ruthless campaign against Tim Kaine and I’m going to win.”

“If you’re white, Asian, Mexican, Black, Puerto Rican, whatever, you sit in my chair and I cut your hair, I hope you leave with the best haircut.”

Jamelle Bouie laments how close Corey Stewart came to victory.

Texans don’t want to go the way of Louisiana.

Defenders of the South mustn’t teach children.

Mayor: “We will take a closer look at how we go about following in the footsteps of New Orleans.”

After the Confederates, Who’s Next?

Don’t think this will end in New Orleans.

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Bill also prevents changing school names that are more than 40 years old.

No city better represents “E pluribus unum” than New Orleans, he says.

Why Yankees Must Defend Confederate Heritage

A common purpose unites all whites.

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Sanctuary City Mayor Trashes an American Hero

Carpetbagger sets sights on Robert E. Lee.

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Mayor said it, “harkens back to the days of the KKK.”

Generals Beauregard and Lee will soon follow.

Government still won’t say when they’re to be removed.

Three of the four targeted statues are still standing.

Who will defend the South and her symbols?

Mayor: “There’s a better way to use the property these monuments are on and a way that better reflects who we are.”

Some worry that flying the state flag could hurt athletic recruiting.

Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee, and P.G.T. Beauregard may all soon come down.

Muhiyidin Moye has been arrested.

John C. Calhoun is gone. Who’s next?

“Opinions . . . were as heated as if the Civil War had just ended.”

Activist says plan will work, “if we’ve got enough people and we’ve got enough rope.”

Her “short-term” solution is “interpretive signage.”

Barack Obama fires another parting shot at white America.

Police say vandalism, Sons of Confederate Veterans leaders say desecration.

Vandy will pay $1.2 million for the right to remove the name.

Citizens voted in 2001 to keep the flag.

Chair of PA Legislative Black Caucus: “That Confederate flag is a symbol of hate, murder and oppression.”

Flags will be replaced with plain glass.

84 Republicans joined Democrats in support of the ban.

Louisville mayor planned to move the 70-foot-tall monument.

Hundreds of “anti-racists” fought with the police.

One Mississippi congressman is pleased “the Capitol will no longer display symbols of hatred and bigotry.”

Some Charlottesville residents want Lee Park renamed and a statue of General Lee removed.

The city is unable to find a contractor to do the work.

Southerners seek legal safeguards for their symbols.

The MS legislature also decline to remove the Confederate battle emblem from the state’s flag.

City lawyer: National “groundswell of racial tension” means the monuments could be sites of violence.

There were punches thrown, students shouting “black power,” and threats of mass shootings.

Baltimore looks for “new art that better reflects who we are today.”

Grady, Dowling, Jackson, and Lee must all go.

Sales of Confederate flags are “off the charts.”

The mayor and city council have approved the removal.

You can guess the new name.

The mayor and city council will probably remove four major Confederate monuments.

But will not ban the flag outright.