News From Around the South 2/24 to 3/2

News From Around the South 2/24 to 3/2

NORTH CAROLINA: U.S. Colored Troops’ Service Honored WILMINGTON – After Union forces captured Fort Fisher and bombarded Fort Anderson in the winter of 1865, history tells that the Confederate stronghold of Wilmington fell and the Civil War came to a close soon...
Stop, Question and Frisk

Stop, Question and Frisk

Before former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg threw his hat into the 2020 presidential race, he defended the New York Police Department’s use of “stop, question and frisk” policing. At a United States Naval Academy’s 2019 Leadership...
Politicizing the Online Degree

Politicizing the Online Degree

“The Democrats are anti-life, anti-Second Amendment, anti-liberty and even anti-business,” Liberty University president Jerry Falwell Jr. said in a news conference Tuesday. “Now they’re doing even more damage by making it more difficult for the most needy college...
Democrats’ Only Hope

Democrats’ Only Hope

The pre-Nevada Democratic debate was a gift to Donald Trump. Instead of training their fire on the incumbent, or on the vulnerable front-runner, Bernie Sanders, the candidates tore Mike Bloomberg to shreds while saving plenty of darts for one another. That nice young...
News From Around the South 2/17 to 2/24

News From Around the South 2/17 to 2/24

ARKANSAS: Deal Hit to Heal Breach Over Confederate Flags in Cemetery EUREKA SPRINGS — For years, small rebel flags have flown near the graves of Confederate veterans in Eureka Springs Cemetery. But after a complaint that the Confederate flag “defines...