Hollywood often takes liberties. But there's a distinction to be made between poetic license and historical revisionism.
Let's replace the names of Confederate figures with those of patriots who upheld America's ideals.
The media and activists are using revisionist history of the Stonewall Riots to fit their intersectional narrative.
Those who say the statues preserve heritage should reconsider the heritage they want to preserve.
Supporters of those war memorials often say they want to preserve history. But what if they've got the facts wrong?
A judge has ruled that the town's Confederate monuments must stay.
They belong in the dustbin of history, but a state law stands in the way.
Private spaces are a great way to minimize social conflict.
Helpful tips on dealing with racist monuments.
After this weekend's white-supremacist rally in Virginia, more Southern cities announce plans to take down Confederate monuments.
A viral outrage story from last month wasn't all it claimed, but the truth is still disturbing.
Despite unsubstantiated claims that police planted evidence on black men, credible accusations of systemic racism and police malfeasance remain.
Apple Store, Amazon drop products that are clearly not about upholding racist or segregationist views.
The government should be able to control what its own documents say.
Beyond heritage and hate
Libertarian Republicans and the Confederate flag
Everybody Has Suddenly Noticed Confederate Flag Stuff Is Widely Available (Update: eBay and Amazon Join Ban)
Stores like Walmart and Sears drop the merchandise.
Is there now the political will to ignore its defenders?
Meanwhile, Martin O'Malley tries to reposition himself.