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This is the grave of Jesse Bright. Born in Norwich, New York in 1812, Bright’s family moved to Indiana in 1820. Bright was, well, bright, and was admitted to the bar in 1831. He became a leading young Democrat and rose pretty rapidly in Indiana politics, winning election to the Indiana senate in 1840 and […]
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This is the grave of the vile traitor Robert E. Lee. There isn’t much reason to provide a complete biography of someone like Lee, who is extremely well-known. So a couple of points. First, despite all the attempts over the years to apologize for Lee’s treason in defense of slavery, he had a choice and […]
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Down Goes Silent Sam!

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On August 21, 2018
Just yesterday, I was thinking that there hadn’t been enough direct attacks of late on monuments to the American versions of Nazis, by which I mean those who committed treason in defense of slavery. Now I don’t feel that way! Protesters toppled the towering Confederate monument at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill […]

Fort Monroe

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On May 6, 2018

I haven’t blogged in a few days because I’ve been spending your generous donations seeing graves of many of the most despicable humans in American history. And a few good ones too. But rea

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