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Posted by on Sep 18, 2017 in Blog, Politics, Travel | 1 comment

Robert E. Lee Loses Another Battle



We can’t help but be shaped by the experiences of our youth and the events of our past.

Last week in the heart of one of America’s poshest zip codes, a consecrated bronze memorial to Robert E. Lee was chiseled from its sturdy granite foundation. Unencumbered, then it was chained to a giant crane and hoisted upwards into the bright blue Texas September sky.  Next, the bulky wrath of ire was loaded onto a reinforced flatbed truck.  Ultimately, the disruptive shrine and controversial symbol which instilled pride in some and to many others epitomized overt racism, discrimination, and hate was carted away to its final resting place somewhere outside the city, presumably never to return again.

Here’s the story of a neighborhood, a park, and a statue.  It’s never too late to do the right thing.

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Posted by on Aug 15, 2017 in Blog, Politics | 2 comments

My Thoughts on Statues and Southern Heritage




On “Southern Heritage.”

If you believe a “heritage” that committed traitorous acts against the United States of America costing 620,000 precious lives during a hellish military struggle that was fought to preserve a perverted economic system based on keeping people in chains is worth honoring and defending — there’s not just something wrong with your heritage — there’s something wrong with you.

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