Youngkin and the Reconciliation Monument
By Carole Hornsby Haynes September 23, 2023 First Published by American Thinker
Though he never claimed to be a populist, Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin has ridden the wave of public anger against hostile school boards pushing radical race and gender ideologies. As I noted in a previous commentary, Youngkin’s selection of leftist advisers and personnel for his gubernatorial team sent up warning signs of danger ahead for Virginians. Now his actions about the removal of the 109-year-old Reconciliation Monument in Arlington National Cemetery confirm that Youngkin is no conservative.
Texas and Woke Sex Education
By Carole Hornsby Haynes September 16, 2023 First Published at American Thinker
Dallas Independent School District (DISD), the second largest in Texas, has partnered for years with a radical sex group that has been known to promote gender mutilation, North Texas Alliance to Reduce Unintended Pregnancy in Teens (NTARUPT).
Is The GOP Complicit In Destroying Confederate Memorials
By Carole Hornsby Haynes September 6, 2023 First Published at World Net Daily
In the midst of a national racial and political upheaval, Republicans cut a deal for the FY2021 National Defense Authorization Act that created a Naming Commission to “remove all names, symbols, displays, monuments and paraphernalia that honor or commemorate the Confederate States of America...or any person who served voluntarily with the Confederate States of America from all assets of the Department of Defense.” As a part of that provision, Arlington National Cemetery has been ordered to remove the 109-year-old Confederate Memorial, conceived and built with the sole purpose of healing the wounds of the Civil War and restoring national harmony.
Marxists Target the American Revolution Gadsden Flag…and Lose
By Carole Hornsby Haynes August 30, 2023
Destruction of Confederate monuments throughout the South, allegedly because they memorialized slavery, signaled a Marxist plot to destroy every evidence of Western culture in the United States including the Founding Fathers, the classical arts, and the Christian religion. American history was revised in the 1619 Project that claims America’s founding was not in 1776, but in 1619 when the first “slaves” were brought to the eastern colonial shores.