On the last day of May 2011 the readers of the Washington Post‘s blog, “A House Divided,” were treated to another entry by Brag Bowling. For those of you who may not know who Mr. Bowling is, he is director of the Stephen D. Lee Institute and past Commander of the Army of Northern Virginia, Sons of Confederate Veterans and past President of the Richmond Civil War Roundtable.
This time Mr. Bowling’s subject was Abraham Lincoln and the suspension of the writ of habeas corpus in 1861. Continue reading