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Left Has Dominated Academia for Too Long

History shows with painful clarity that whenever human beings get too much power, that power ends up corrupting the very values that prompted people to seek it in the first place.

Why? Because human beings …

What’s Behind Push to Remove Confederate Monuments?

More than 150 years after the Civil War, there is a new push across the South to take down Confederate monuments. Officials in Austin, Texas, and Louisville, Kentucky, have already voted to remove statues, and

The State gets a Two-fer Despite the Lawyers

Arkansas Manages to Execute 2 killers hours apart

GRADY — In the nation’s first double execution since 2000, Arkansas delivered heart-stopping doses of lethal drugs Monday night to death-row inmates Jack Jones Jr., 52, and

Environmentalists Are Dead Wrong

Each year, Earth Day is accompanied by predictions of doom. Let’s take a look at past predictions to determine just how much confidence we can have in today’s environmentalists’ predictions.

In 1970, when Earth Day …

News From Around the South 4/17 to 4/24

 Workers dismantle an an obelisk dedicated to the Battle of Liberty Place, which commemorated whites who tried to topple a biracial post-Civil War government. Credit Gerald Herbert/Associated Press

Workers dismantle an an obelisk dedicated to the Battle of Liberty Place, which commemorated whites who tried to topple a biracial post-Civil War government. Credit Gerald Herbert/Associated Press

LOUISIANA: New Orleans Begins Removing Confederate Monuments

Confederate flag rally is saturday


New Day, New Race

This week, the national media and national Democrats claimed a premature victory in the Georgia sixth congressional district special election, which they saw as a referendum on President Trump.

But they suffered a rude awakening.…

America’s Most Political Food


In February of 2015, Kathleen Purvis, the food editor of the Charlotte Observer, drove to Birmingham, Alabama, to attend Food Media South, an annual symposium. The keynote session, “Hey, You, Pitch Me Something,” was

In South Florida, green iguanas spread into suburban scourge

Perched in trees and scampering down sidewalks, green iguanas have become so common across South Florida that many see them not as exotic invaders, but as reptilian squirrels.

Native to

Gun maker SCCY announces move from Florida

MARYVILLE, Tenn.  — Handgun maker SCCY Industries has announced it will move its factory and headquarters to new 68-acre campus in East Tennessee.

The Knoxville News Sentinel reports ( ) that SCCY is relocating to

Worse Than Racists

As a group, black Americans have made the greatest gains — over some of the highest hurdles and in a very short span of time — of any racial group in mankind’s history. What’s the …

News From Around The South 4/10 to 4/17

LOUISIANA: Restoration on Horizon for Civil War Lighthouse

If you take a 21/2-mile drive down a bumpy gravel road near the Cheniere LNG terminal, you’ll dead-end at the historic Sabine Pass Lighthouse, which rises 75 …

You don’t eat a goat like that all at once!

Pet goat ‘Speedy’ saved Arkansas family from house fire

April 14 (UPI) — A pet goat proved to be a life saver for an Arkansas family after helping to wake them up during a house

 Yellow Fever Makes a Come-back?

Dr. Anthony Fauci Is Worried That Brazil’s Yellow Fever Outbreak Could Make It To The U.S.

Scientists love patterns.

It’s what makes science possible — and powerful — especially when it comes to infectious diseases.

The President Is Allowed to Change His Mind

WASHINGTON — It looks like former President Obama’s national security adviser Susan Rice will get a reprieve. With all the hullabaloo from President Donald Trump’s military action last week in Syria’s … do we call …

Rare, Eerie Photos Show Civil War Life

On April 12, 1861, the bloodiest conflict in American history began when Confederate forces attacked a Union-controlled fort in South Carolina.

It was the first act of aggression mounted by the Confederacy, which had formed …

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