One week after this:
there were plans to treat us to something at Gettysburg that looked a bit like this:
This interview sounds some refrains familiar to those of us who have followed the events of the past several months.
Now for the good news.
So the shutdown has a bright side after all.
One of the great things about free speech is that everyone gets to exercise it.
Of course, any group committed to making sure that Confederate symbols would not be misused by hate groups would have been outraged by the KKK’s use of this symbol, driven to Gettysburg, and flagged the event, right?
Oh, wait … would they have to pick up Matthew Heimbach on the way?
I guess we’ll never know.