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Op-ed: The dying squeals of the losers

...position that is frankly somewhat limp-wristed, even as it is insidious.Are they choosing to ignore the history of the Civil War, which bloodied the nation after Southern states tried to secede when their right to continue slavery was threatened...
Op-ed: Stuck in the USA

...down that symbol of hatred. Those of us in the half-empty-glass camp have to wonder why it took 150 years since the Civil War to conclude that maybe, just maybe, the time had come to remove that vestige of slavery - or least consider it...
Op-ed: The majesty of the black church

It shouldn't be a surprise that Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C., has taken an unspeakable crime and made it the occasion for an astonishing Christian witness.
Op-ed: Obama's hot-air commencement address

...for Climate and Security, speaking with Moyers and Company's John Light, claims "climate change" contributed to the civil war in Syria. Various liberals back him up.The Coast Guard Academy graduates deserved better from their command-in-chief...
Observing Civil War finally ends after 150 years.

Looking at the calendar, I see that today is the sesquicentennial of the end of the Civil War. Thank goodness, too, or the upcoming golf tournament might have been fouled up by all the traffic ? Southern and Northern alike...
What others say: Old enough to know better, do better

...raising kids into bigger kids and instead teach them to be capable, responsible and self-reliant adults.During the Civil War it's estimated that as much as 20 percent of soldiers were younger than 18, according to a report by PBS. The Union...

...wrong rank is George A. Custer. We remember him as Gen. Custer, but he had been a general only briefly, and after the Civil War he was reduced to captain again. When he himself was "custered" at the Little Bighorn, he was a lieutenant colonel...

NEW YORK - Playwrights Suzan-Lori Parks and Dan O'Brien were each awarded the Horton Foote Prize for excellence in American theater for their plays exploring war and what conflict does to us.
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book review 2013 books in review

...Vansant. This graphic novel (a type of comic book, for those of you not in the know) tells the story of what may be the Civil War's best-studied battle. This may be your young giftee's best-studied gift.
Arts & Entertainment on display at the museum's downtown Richmond site, next to the former White House of the Confederacy.While the Civil War Sesquicentennial has drawn visitors to the museum, overall it has seen a sharp decline in attendance through the years...


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