The statue of the Confederate leader could be moved off-campus because current University of Texas-Austin students deem it offensive to them since it reminds them of slavery and racism. Too bad they forgot the War Between the States started over states’ rights and that universities should be open to all opinions and especially history.
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Book Review: Is ‘The Dying Citizen’ a Prediction of America’s Future?
America’s ongoing and seemingly-constant crises have left Americans scrambling to find a sense of normalcy and safety. Just in time, to cut through the chaotic bombardment of conflicting messages and opinions while providing a voice…