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Confederate flag near I-95free to fly 

Confederate flag near I-95free to fly 

County finds no zoning violation Fredericksburg.com – A much-disputed Confederate flag that stands on private property does not violate Stafford County’s zoning ordinance and can continue to fly high above Interstate 95, county officials have determined. The Virginia Flaggers, a group that raises roadside Confederate battle flags around the state, put up the Stafford flag…

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Campus paper fires ‘white death’ columnist amid calls for defunding

Campus paper fires ‘white death’ columnist amid calls for defunding

The College Fix – The University Star, the student newspaper at Texas State University, has fired the author of a controversial opinion piece that proclaimed “white death will mean liberation for all” amid calls from a growing chorus of students that the paper should be defunded. “The author of this column has jeopardized the atmosphere…

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Restaurateur loses again vs. Confederate flag

Restaurateur loses again vs. Confederate flag

Orangeburg, SC – A city panel says the Edisto River Creamery’s owner cannot build a “freedom wall” in front of his restaurant where a Confederate flag display already stands. Orangeburg’s Building Board of Appeals on Thursday unanimously upheld a stop work order issued against restaurant owner Tommy Daras in September. “It appears that you don’t…

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Flakin’ Out

Flakin’ Out

Jeff Flake says he won’t run for re-election to Senate in 2018 CBS News – Sen. Jeff Flake abruptly announced Tuesday he won’t run for re-election after all in the 2018 midterm elections and will leave the Senate when his term ends in January 2019. He also delivered a blistering rebuke of President Trump’s behavior….

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TN Historical Commission denies Memphis’ waiver to remove Confederate statues

TN Historical Commission denies Memphis’ waiver to remove Confederate statues

http://www.fox13memphis.com/top-stories/tn-historical-commission-denies-memphis-waiver-to-remove-confederate-statues/624113234 UPDATE: The Tennessee Historical Commission voted down Memphis’ waiver to remove Confederate statues, despite a plea from Mayor Jim Strickland and other local leaders. (RSS generated with FetchRss)… Read more at the Sons of Confederate Veterans (The opinions in this article are the opinions of the author and do not necessarily represent the views…

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Charlottesville judge says law protecting war memorials applies to Lee statue

Charlottesville judge says law protecting war memorials applies to Lee statue

CHARLOTTESVILLE — A circuit court judge said Wednesday that a state law protecting war memorials applies retroactively to Charlottesville’s statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee, but he wants more proof that the statue of a single historical figure counts as a military monument. Finding no fatal flaw in a Virginia statute preserving war statues, Charlottesville…

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Roy Moore’s Alabama Victory Sets Off Talk of a G.O.P. Insurrection 

Roy Moore’s Alabama Victory Sets Off Talk of a G.O.P. Insurrection 

NYT, BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Republicans are confronting an insurrection on the right that is angry enough to imperil their grip on Congress, and senior party strategists have concluded that the conservative base now loathes its leaders in Washington the same way it detested President Barack Obama. The defeat of Senator Luther Strange, Republican of Alabama, in…

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