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Confederate Monuments Controversy - Part I

Taking/tearing down Confederate Monuments

“If possible, so far as it depends on you, live peaceably with all… Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good.” … 1,153 more words

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March for Civility

Over the weekend, A Peace of My Mind was a part of the March for Civility in Washington, DC. We set up a studio at the foot of the Lincoln Memorial to gather stories from the participants there. 744 more words

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Board Unanimously Votes To Rename Lee Park In Dallas

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Robert E. Lee Park in Dallas is no more. During a special session on Friday morning, the city’s Park & Recreation board voted unanimously to rename the Confederate tribute, reverting to the original name of Oak Lawn Park. 418 more words

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The Confederate Statue....

…Controversy isn’t About Slavery. It’s about ending America.

I found this article about what I’ve been preaching since I started this blog. It’s not about the Confederate statue, or about slavery, or anything like that. 69 more words

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Horses in Gray Receives Celebrity Endorsement

My new book, Horses in Gray, has received a special endorsement from Mr. Patrick Gorman. If you are unfamiliar with who he is, Mr. Gorman played Confederate General John Bell Hood in the movie… 90 more words

White House of the Confederacy, VA

After a long day of strolling around Thomas Jefferson’s house on top of the hill, my friends, Monteon, Tina and I decided that  it was time to head back to the eastern coast. 1,465 more words

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Richard Ewell

“I never see one of Jackson’s couriers approach without expecting an order to assault the North Pole.” Confederate General Richard Ewell

Confederate General Richard Ewell

(Photo Credit: Library of Congress)

The Civil War