News From Around the South 5/27 to 6/3

News From Around the South 5/27 to 6/3

ARKANSAS: Woman Removes Lynching Mannequin and Confederate Flag After Backlash LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — A resident in Little Rock, Ark., has removed a mannequin hanging from a tree in her front yard after the display in combination with a Confederate flag prompted...
Civil War Battlefields Lose Visitors

Civil War Battlefields Lose Visitors

Americans are losing interest in the Civil War—or at least they are losing interest in learning about it and visiting historic battle sites. The Wall Street Journal reported recently that the country’s “five major Civil War battlefield parks—Gettysburg, Antietam,...
Old Times Here Are Not Forgotten

Old Times Here Are Not Forgotten

A man who applied to oversee South Carolina’s colleges and universities was recently grilled by state officials about his views on … the Confederacy. Yes, that Confederacy. A week earlier, the state’s senior congressman noted that Robert E. Lee was technically a...
Slavery is Neither Strange Nor Peculiar

Slavery is Neither Strange Nor Peculiar

The favorite leftist tool for the attack on our nation’s founding is that slavery was sanctioned. They argue that the founders disregarded the promises of our Declaration of Independence “that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their...
News From Around the South 5/20 to 5/27

News From Around the South 5/20 to 5/27

SOUTH CAROLINA: Former Southern Partisan Editor Passed Over for Higher Ed Post Oran Smith, who once edited a neo-Confederate magazine called Southern Partisan, will apparently not become executive director of South Carolina’s Commission on Higher Education. The search...