Tag Archives: Robert E. Lee

When Judged by the Content of His Character

  It is a tradition at FlyoverPress.com to re-publish this essay each Martin Luther King Day. Some of you actually helped with the proof reading and editorial commentary when it was being written. Thank you. – jtl, 419 When Judged by … Continue reading

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Robert E. – Lee Role Model For Young Americans

In case you were repulsed by (or indifferent to) yesterday’s “celebration,” here is a reason to celebrate. — jtl, 419  From SOUTHERN HERITAGE NEWS & VIEWS U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower believed that Confederate General Robert E. Lee should be … Continue reading

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Censoring the “S” Word

By Thomas DiLorenzo It is a very significant fact that the adversaries of the trend toward more government control describe their opposition as a fight against Washington and against Berne, i.e., against centralization.  It is conceived as a contest of states’ … Continue reading

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Rutherford Institute Presents Arguments in 4th Circuit Court of Appeals Over Civil War Heritage Group’s Right to Fly Confederate Flag

From: The Rutherford Institute May 16, 2013 RICHMOND, Va. — The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit heard arguments today in a First Amendment lawsuit filed by The Rutherford Institute, which alleges that the City of Lexington, Va., … Continue reading

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