'Absurd' Query to McEnany: Is Trump Sad the South Lost the Civil War?
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany had to deal with what she called "absolutely absurd" questions at Monday's press briefing. Ryan Lizza of The New Yorker asked the president believed "it was a good thing that the South lost the Civil War?"
St. Louis Catholics Attacked Defending Statue of City’s Namesake
You may not find many in business, universities, Congress or the Chief Justice of the United States’s office, but there are still Catholics out there willing to defend the Church, decency and civilization.
NY Times Relishes Statue Destruction, Avoids Noting Washington, Grant
The New York Times has openly relished ripping down and vandalizing statues, as demonstrated by the full-page photo essay on the front of the Friday National section under the suspiciously celebratory headline “Dumped, Painted, Toppled, Boxed Up and Hoisted Away.” The removal or destruction of a variety of “racist” monoliths comes with the tacit approval, if not actual applause, of…
USA TODAY 'Fact Check' Covers Up Racist Democrat History of 1964
“Independent fact checkers” can easily be mistaken for Democrats who don’t want you to remember Democrat History. USA Today though a “False” flag at a Facebook meme that the longest filibuster in American history was the Democrats blocking the Civil Rights Act in 1964. "Partly False," cried the newspaper, since it was only southern Democrats who filibustered!
Column: The Anti-Statue Mobs Undermine Democratic Norms
Anyone who honors "democratic norms" can't honor ripping statues down in the dark of night.