Coverage of last Saturday’s Flagger fizzle continues in the media.
Often people note that it’s terribly hard to find the flag. Others lash out at the entire enterprise. From Tennessee a writer managed to take some shots at the Old Dominion. Here someone raises questions about Confederate heritage. Up at Boston University an editorial raises other questions. So does a piece in an upstate New York paper.
This piece in the Washington Times describes how the Confederate flag and Confederate heritage has affected Virginia governors in the past as well as the chief candidates for that office this year.
Other than the flag’s awkwardly obscure location–one that makes it rather difficult to see, despite all the claims we hear about how there will be improvements to the site (I can think of a few)–is there anything unexpected in this commentary?