SOURCE: Stars and Stripes
“People try and say ‘Oh, you’re not a patriot because you don’t love the Confederacy.’ No. I love the United States of America. And anybody that kills U.S. Army soldiers, that tries to destroy the country that I love — I can’t honor that.”
SOURCE: Washington Post
With help from historian and Virginian Ty Seidule, Post columnist Dana Milbank asks who is served by recently proposed state laws restricting the teaching of controversial historical topics.
SOURCE: New York Times
by Charles M. Blow
"Republicans are on a political crusade to protect lore and lies. They know that many Americans, many of them their voters, will take a lie over guilt and atonement, every day of the week."
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