Saturday, December 10th, 2016

Ann Coulter, pushing yet another book, attacked South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley for being ignorant of American history because “she’s an immigrant.” (Video from RightScoop) 1. Haley is not an immigrant. She was born in South Carolina. 2. There are plenty of immigrants with a better understanding and appreciation of American history than Ann Coulter. […]

It’s sad that it took a racist killing nine people to force South Carolina to take down the Confederate Battle Flag. Whatever dreams of stoking racial violence Dylann Storm Roof had, they were strongly rejected Monday with the call by Republican Governor Nikki Haley for the removal of the flag from the grounds of the state […]

Jonathan Allen, the chief political correspondent for Vox, tweeted, Sadly, hanging the Confederate flag upside down yields … the Confederate flag. Maybe they knew they would lose. — Jonathan Allen (@jonallendc) June 22, 2015 Except… Untrue. They're five-pointed stars. https://t.co/f6lYyQruGs — Evan Jenkins (@ejenk) June 22, 2015 Upon further review: I stand corrected: The five-pointed […]

Over at The Corner, the group blog at National Review Online, Josh Gelernter says it’s time to stop romanticizing the Confederacy. I understand the inclination of Confederate soldiers’ great-great-grandchildren to glorify their great-great-grandfathers. I’m not ashamed of the Confederate side of my Civil War ancestry — after 150 years, you can’t possibly know why a […]

One of the questions the ten Republican presidential candidates could be facing tonight in a “debate” in South Carolina is whether South Carolina should continue to fly the Confederate Battle Flag on the Capitol grounds. The flag was removed from the Capitol dome in 2000 and placed next to a monument honoring fallen Confederate soldiers. […]

One of the questions the ten Republican presidential candidates could be facing tonight in a “debate” in South Carolina is whether South Carolina should continue to fly the Confederate Battle Flag on the Capitol grounds. The flag was removed from the Capitol dome in 2000 and placed next to a monument honoring fallen Confederate soldiers. […]