Monday, September 21, 2015

The Confederacy Under Attack-- Part 52

Google Alerts from September 17, 2015.

I do not include stories I've already headlined if they essentially cover the same thing unless there are changes.  A lot of headlines lately have been dealing with the 20+ students suspended from the Christiansburg High School in Virginia for wearing Confederate clothing.  They do this because they don't want to offend anyone.  I wonder if they know that the word Christian offends some groups.  Next they should be considering changing the name of their town and high school to some less offensive term.

What really hurts with this story is that the school is located in Virginia.  You'd think they would know a little more about their heritage.

Virginia high school students suspended for wearing Confederate Flag apparel.  (Christiansburg, Va.  23 suspended)

New Orleans City Council to hear recommendations on future of Confederate statues at Thursday's meeting.

Confederate monuments in Baltimore could be removed.

Battle over Confederate images still simmering as Baldwin County steps into controversy.  (Florida)

Wake Forest hosts panel discussion on symbolism of Confederate Flag.  (N.C.)

Quantico councilwoman's Confederate Flag comes down.  (Virginia)

Across state, Marylanders weigh removing Confederate memorials.

Georgetown church starts petition to remove Confederate monument by Williamson  County Courthouse.  (Texas?)

California Bill Banning Confederate Names on Public Building Passes State Senate, Awaits Governor's Signature.

Do You Think He Will Sign It?  --Old Secesh


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