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Bigotry is a Matter of the Heart, Not Monuments

There are two issues being conflated in the aftermath of Charlottesville, and the confusion threatens to further inflame tensions across our country. Hateful protests by white supremacists and support for historical markers and monuments are not one and the same. There is no room in our society for any form of racial supremacy group, like neo-Nazis or the klan. These horrific and repugnant people, however, | Read More » The post Bigotry is a Matter of the Heart, Not Monuments appeared first on RedState.
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