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Texas School Takes Heat for Confederate Re-Brand Behind Closed Doors

The board of trustees of a North Texas school district voted unanimously last week to replace the Confederate namesake of an elementary campus to instead honor a revered educator, but the decision raised questions over the way they handled the matter — behind closed doors.

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Texas School Suddenly Drops ‘Rebel’ Mascot over ‘Concerns’

A Texas middle school abruptly dropped its mascot, “Rebel,” and did so without any formal discussion with parents or taxpayers. They said their decision stemmed from community “concerns” surrounding the national conversation on Confederate iconography in the public forum.

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A History of Subversion: The Left’s Attack on American Heritage, Monuments Goes Far Beyond the Trump-Era

Despite the media and their Democratic counterparts working full speed to spin the lie that threats of political violence are on the rise in a polarized Trump era – with the Confederate monuments, they claim, serving as an “obvious flashpoint” – the events that took place in Charlottesville on August 12, and what President Trump said or didn’t say in the days after, did not lead to this.

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Threats Force Hollywood Cemetery to Remove Confederate Memorial

The Hollywood Forever Cemetery will remove a memorial to Confederate veterans buried at the site, thanks in part to threats of vandalism, as well as requests from activists, according to a Tuesday report in the Los Angeles Times.

Protesters burn a paper Confederate flag during a rally on June 23, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. The protesters were supporting the call by South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley to remove the Confederate flag from the grounds of the State Capitol.

#NoConfederate Campaign Against HBO Slave Drama Takes Off

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A social media campaign to derail HBO’s planned modern-day Southern slavery drama quickly caught fire, prompting the cable channel to ask detractors to withhold judgment until they see “Confederate.”