Thursday Mar 13
Andrew Napolitano Punks Jon Stewart and His Panel of So-Called "Experts"
Jon Stewart had libertarian Judge Andrew Napolitano on a couple of nights ago, and the two debated Lincoln and the Civil War.
Charleston Daily Mail
Putnam desires separation from office
The Hoge House is a pre-Civil War era structure that was the home of Judge James W. Hoge, a noted figure in state history.
A Confederate Seaman known for his many Mustaches
Raphael Semmes , Confederate Naval officer, was an important seaman in the Civil War .
Civil War Op-Ed: a Southern Saint Patrick's Day Remembrance
A statue of Cleburne was unveiled in the year of our Lord 2009 at Confederate Park in Ringgold, Georgia and a life-size bronze statue of General Patrick R. Cleburne was unveiled in 2012 at the Helena Museum of Phillips County, Arkansas.
SUPICA: Clashing over U.S. weaponry innovations
With the combat suitability, or lack thereof, of the U.S. M4 rifle in recent headlines, it's worth remembering that the history of America's military arms is replete with failures, successes and controversy.
Slave Descendant Joins Confederate Heritage Group
Georgia Benton, center, became Georgia's first African-American member of the United Daughters of the Confederacy.
Vernon Stevenson finds escape to Murfreesboro
Restored locomotive from the Nashville/Chattanooga Railroad on display at Centennial Park in Nashville.
The News Tribune
A battle of ideas
Not all of the battles of the American Civil War were bloody. Some skirmishes took place far from the battlefields and used ideology, not bullets.