I've heard a lot of bizarre defenses for displaying the Confederate flag, but this one by former Dukes of Hazzard star and Georgia Congressman Ben Jones has to take the cake.
Country music star Trace Adkins on Wednesday wore a tiny Confederate battle flag while singing on on NBC's nationally-televised Christmas tree-lighting special. During his "Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire" performance, close-ups of Adkins
Maher To The Sons Of Confederate Veterans: Gone With The Wind Was Just A Movie Made In Culver City - By Jews
Bill Maher gave some grief to the Sons of Confederate Veterans for their celebration of the 150 year anniversary of the Civil War. The SPLC has more on their "celebration" -- Once Again, Racism Rears Up in the Sons of Confederate Veterans: For
After Governor Haley Barbour refused to denounce the proposed Mississippi license plates commemorating a former KKK leader and Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest, John King decided to bring in Sons of Confederate Veterans' Greg Stewart to defend his group's effort. And of course Mr. Stewart said this has absolutely nothing to do with slavery, or the Klan or racism. They're just wanting to honor this former Klan leader because of his military record in the Confederate Army.
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[media id=12408] So how does the media decide to handle Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell's 'Confederate History Month' proclamation? Why trot out some rac