Articles about the Confederate Battle Flag:
Save Confederate Statues, American Spectator (August 29, 2019)
Leave Confederate Statues Alone (March 3, 2019)
Why Confederate Memorials are Significant (August 24, 2018)
Honoring Confederate Dead is not About Slavery, (August 27, 2017)
Don’t Take Down Confederate Monuments: Here’s Why (June 1, 2017)
A Jersey Girl Defends Robert E. Lee (May 26, 2017)
Here (YouTube 4-22-2017) is Ben Shapiro’s take on the Confederate flag.
In July 2015 seventy year old Gerald Warner wrote “Hoist it High and Proud” for Breitbart. Warner is a Scottish author, broadcaster and commentator. During the 1990s he was a policy advisor to the Scottish Secretary of State.
In June 2015 forty-six year old David French wrote “Don’t Tear Down the Confederate Battle Flag” for the online version of The National Review. The Harvard educated attorney is a staff writer for the National Review and an Iraq War veteran who was awarded a Bronze Star. He and his wife have two children as well as an adopted daughter from Ethiopia.
In June of 2015 Fay Voshell wrote a good article about “Purging the History of the South” for American Thinker.
Canadian immigrant Gavin McInnis provides a short “Five Reasons to Not Ban the Confederate Flag” (6-24-2015) video. Although McInnis overestimates the number of Confederates killed during the war, he also provides points from an independent perspective who had no dogs in the fight.
On June 13, 2017 Joe Bob Briggs shows how what happened to the Confederate statues in New Orleans was merely an act of vandalism against an out-of-favor minority