Trick … or treat? You decide …
- You may enjoy this presentation on the 54th Massachusetts.
- What would Lincoln do? Find out here.
- Here’s an interesting interview with Joseph J. Ellis about Jefferson, slavery, and the South.
- This is what passes for history in some parts.
Well you know if you put “FACT” in front of a statement, it must be true.
The US constitution guaranteed the right to own slaves? Am I missing something here? It’s in the section “What passes for history”.
“This is what passes for history” is the most disturbing piece of propaganda I have seen in years.
“It’s no accident that we named a tank after this evil man–SHERMAN”? Seriously? The general consensus is that the British named the Grant and Lee tanks (!) and the Sherman tank.
And there were Stuarts and Jacksons … even Priests. But he’s on a roll. How many times do you see such a long webpage put together that combines such anger and ignorance?
Wait … don’t answer that. 🙂
He has everything it takes to be a neoconfederate.
What’s the, um, “heritage” associated with the flag bearing the maple leaf? Just curious, since north of the border there’s some disagreement over that point – as there is about the current national anthem vs. “The Maple Leaf Forever”. But I wouldn’t expect anybody who traffics in ignorance to actually know about those issues.
Some more heritage:
GOP Senate Candidate Addressed Conference Hosted by Neo-Confederate Group That Promotes Secessionism http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2013/10/gop-senate-candidate-spoke-neo-confederate-conference-august
My Confederate town http://www.salon.com/2013/10/27/why_do_confederate_flags_remind_me_of_home_partner/