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The Right Way to Remember the Confederacy - WSJ

The indelibly tainted battle flag was removed in South Carolina, but in context, other Confederate monuments can help teach history for all Americans.

Politics | PC Culture

New Orleans City Council: Confederate Statues A 'Nuisance,' Must Be Removed - Breitbart

New Orleans City Council: Confederate Statues A 'Nuisance,' Need To Be Removed

Politics | PC Culture

Confederate Flags Removed From Fort Sumter: Site Where Civil War Began - Breitbart

Confederate flags have been removed from South Carolina’s Fort Sumter per a National Park Service directive barring Confederate flags in “units of the National Park system and related sites” with few exceptions.

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Just a Good Old Boy? Bubba Watson Erasing Confederate Flag from His Original Dukes of Hazzard ‘General Lee’

Long hitting PGA Tour standout, Bubba Watson, announced that he will paint over the Confederate flag on top of his

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TV Land Pulls 'Dukes of Hazzard' Episodes Amid Confederate Flag Uproar - Hollywood Reporter - The Hollywood Reporter

TV Land has pulled reruns of Dukes of Hazzard in light of the recent uproar over the Confederate flag, which is emblazoned on the roof of the show's iconic General Lee 1969 Dodge Charger, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.

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Amazon Bans Confederate Flags, Still Sells Nazi Merchandise - Breitbart

Online retail giant Amazon’s Monday decision to ban the sale of merchandise depicting the Confederate flag has many Americans scratching their heads, as a quick review of Amazon’s site reveals the company still sells Nazi flags.

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'Dukes of Hazzard' Toy Car Axed Amid Confederate Flag Controversy

This isn’t the first time the Dukes’ mode of transportation has been at the heart of a controversy

Sports | Sports

NASCAR supports movement to take down Confederate flag from South Carolina Statehouse, but won't ban fans from flying it at races

NASCAR, a sport with deep Southeastern roots, issued a statement Tuesday supporting the movement to take down the Confederate flag from the South Carolina Statehouse grounds.