Column by Ken Plum www.kenplum.com Last Friday, April 9, was the 145th anniversary of Robert E. Lee’s surrender to Ulysses S. Grant at Appamattox Court House in Virginia. Although hostilities ended that day, the war of words over the causes and outcomes of the Civil War continues to rage.
Story by Chris Graham firstname.lastname@example.org Gov. Bob McDonnell has declared April to be Confederate History Month, but if you’ve read a newspaper or turned on the TV news anytime in the past few days, you knew that already. You also know that plenty of people are plenty mad that he did this, that plenty [...]
Story by Chris Graham email@example.com The firestorm of controversy that resulted from Gov. Bob McDonnell’s proclamation of Confederate History Month was expected. A statement from McDonnell released this evening in which the governor admits to “a mistake” for not including any mention of slavery in the proclamation was not expected.
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Column by Brag Bowling Submit guest columns: email@example.com The Virginia Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans congratulates and thanks Gov. McDonnell for showing both the insight and the courage to proclaim April as Confederate History Month in Virginia.