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News From Around The South 2/13 to 2/20

SOUTH CAROLINA: Secessionist Party Flies Confederate Flags in Downtown Charleston

CHARLESTON, S.C. –The South Carolina Secessionist Party and the Carolina Flaggers are flying Confederate Flags across downtown Charleston.

The groups are protesting the College …

Women as Civil War Spies

Women of all backgrounds and political leanings engaged in espionage during the Civil War, but elite white women in the Union-occupied South found it especially appealing to utilize their ample opportunities to gather information from …

Is Left Playing With Fire Again?

To those who lived through that era that tore us apart in the ’60s and ’70s, it is starting to look like “deja vu all over again.”

And as Adlai Stevenson, Bobby Kennedy and Hubert …

News From Around the South 2/6 to 2/13

GEORGIA: Cyclorama Moved to Custom-Built Home

ATLANTA: Ever since George Jones and his museum acquired one of the world’s largest paintings, they have been puzzling over a basic ­logistical problem.

The Battle of Atlanta, …

Do We Have a Legitimate Government?

Prior to last year’s election, supporters of Hillary Clinton worried that Donald Trump and his supporters might not accept Hillary Clinton’s victory as legitimate. It never occurred to them that the shoe might soon be …

Mercy Street Drama Tells Complex Civil War Story

ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) – The real “Mercy Street” depicted in the PBS Civil War drama ran down Fairfax Street in Old Town Alexandria, from the Mansion House Hospital to the Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary.

It was …

Moral Supremacy and Mr. Putin

Is Donald Trump to be allowed to craft a foreign policy based on the ideas on which he ran and won the presidency in 2016?

Our foreign policy elite’s answer appears to be a thunderous …

News From Around the South 1/31 to 2/6

FLORIDA: Battle of Townsend’s Plantation Returned to Renningers

MOUNT DORA — Some people might not be surprised that black people served in the Civil War. They may have read about the war or have seen …

Civil War Prayer Books Tell Powerful Stories

Prayer books from World War II and the modern era are on display in a case at St. John's Episcopal Church on Green Street downtown.

Prayer books from World War II and the modern era are on display in a case at St. John’s Episcopal Church on Green Street downtown.

The little Episcopalian prayer book did not have the easiest …

Two Sides To Immigration Brouhaha

No one gets anywhere by trying to roll Donald Trump’s immigration order and its varied implications into a spitball for hurling hard and fast at the Other Side.

That is not to split the difference, …

News From Around the South 1/23 to 1/30

TEXAS: Texas Coast Site of First Ship to Ship Battle

President Lincoln had sent Union vessels to block the ports of Galveston, Texas and Sabine Pass, Texas to stop the shipments of goods to Confederate …

Fences And Neighbors

There is much to cheer about President Trump’s first decisions as president. Conservatives are almost certainly going to love his Supreme Court pick, his stepped-up efforts to deport criminal aliens, the approval of two oil …

Civil War Maps Show Gulf in New Light

Panorama of the seat of war, with a bird's eye view of Texas and part of Mexico in 1861. This shows the coastline of the Gulf of Mexico from Louisiana to the Rio Grande River.

Panorama of the seat of war, with a bird’s eye view of Texas and part of Mexico in 1861. This shows the coastline of the Gulf of Mexico from Louisiana to the Rio Grande River.

Universities Cave to Snowflakes

One wonders just how far spineless college administrators will go when it comes to caving in to the demands of campus snowflakes. For those unfamiliar with the term “snowflakes,” it is increasingly being used to …

News From Around the South 1/16 to 1/23

VIRGINIA: Williamsburg’s Civil War History Resurfaces

The Battle of Williamsburg gets lost in the shuffle of history.

Drawn by a Union army cartographer, this August 18, 1862 view of Williamsburg shows the temporary headquarters of the Army of the Potomac's III Corps just 3 weeks before soldiers of the 5th Pennsylvania Cavalry burned the Wren Building, shown at center right, in the aftermath of a Confederate raid on the town.

Drawn by a Union army cartographer, this August 18, 1862 view of Williamsburg shows the temporary headquarters of

Trump Swears In on Family, Lincoln Bible

President-elect Donald Trump was sworn in at his inaugural ceremony Friday using the same Bible that President Lincoln used at his inauguration, as well as a Bible Mr. Trump’s mother had given to him in

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