Confederacy’s Last Stand in Brazil

Confederacy’s Last Stand in Brazil

By the time the Civil War ended in 1865, much of the South lay in ruins, physically, economically and socially. Fears of Yankee reprisals and racial conflict percolated through society. Black slaves had been freed; Confederate President Jefferson Davis was imprisoned....
NBC Lowers the Bar for Omarosa

NBC Lowers the Bar for Omarosa

NBC “News” is perfectly demonstrating why the American people distrust the media’s professed belief in facts, or their supposed approach of holding a story until they have enough documented evidence. The latest shameless exhibit? Championing former...
News From Around the South 8/6 to 8/13

News From Around the South 8/6 to 8/13

VIRGINIA: School Named After Confederate General Renamed The Roanoke School Board renamed Stonewall Jackson Middle School after former railroad executive John P. Fishwick on Monday, abruptly ending a monthslong debate about whether a racially diverse school in...
How We Got Here

How We Got Here

WASHINGTON — Did you see a particular Wall Street Journal front-page headline on Monday? It read “Profits Soar as Economy Advances.” That headline will probably be the most important headline of the week. It certainly is of colossal importance. Our economy...
Civil War Remains Arlington-Bound

Civil War Remains Arlington-Bound

WASHINGTON — The bones of two Union soldiers killed at the Civil War’s Second Battle of Bull Run will be laid to rest in Arlington National Cemetery on Sept. 6, the cemetery said Monday. The men will be the first burials in the cemetery’s new 27-acre section and will...