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Stanford University Changes Address to Dump Junipero Serra

Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, has dumped the name of St. Junipero Serra, the 18th century missionary who helped colonize California, from its campus, which will require the university to change its official street address.

Junipero Serra (Frederic J. Brown / Getty)

Activists Target Statue of William McKinley in California

Native American activists are demanding the removal of a statue of President William McKinley in Arcata, California, because of his support for the expansion of U.S. power abroad, which allegedly hurt native peoples.

William McKinley (Seth Morabito / Flickr / CC / Cropped)

Junipero Serra Statue Beheaded at Old Mission in Santa Barbara

The Junípero Serra statue that stands at the base of the staircase leading into the Old Santa Barbara Mission was beheaded and defaced with bright red paint in the early morning hours of this past Monday. It was the second attack on a

Junipero Serra (Brandon / Flickr / CC / Cropped)

Dennis Prager: ‘Those Who Do Not Fight Real Evil, Fight Statues’

Tuesday on Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” talk show host Dennis Prager took aim at the movement currently underway in the country against statues. Prager told host Tucker Carlson that effort was characteristic of the left, which is to


Flynn: Bronze Lives Matter

America this week entered into its Reign of Terror phase of the Great 2017 Revolution Against Evil Statuary.


Dershowitz: Liberals Are ‘Doing What Stalin Did’ on Statue Issue

Tuesday on Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz likened the push to take down statues of some historical figures posed “a danger.” Dershowitz urged to use the statue push as “an educational moment” and likened


Germans Unearth Long-Discarded Giant Lenin Head for Cold War Exhibit

A long-buried 3.5-ton head of Russian communist icon Vladimir Lenin has been unearthed from its burial place in a Berlin forest to be featured in a new exhibit on German sculptures, decades after Berlin’s residents toppled the statue following the fall of the Cold War.

DPA/AFP/File Andreas Altwein