Robert Khayat on Banning the Confederate Flag at Ole Miss

This is a very interesting interview with former Ole Miss chancellor Robert Khayat on the decision to ban the Confederate flag at Ole Miss. The perception created by the Confederate flag was causing people to look on us in a negative way and remember us from 1962 (when James Meredith integrated Ole Miss and riots…

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“With a Rebel Yell, She Cried More, More, More…”

Not even the best legal minds in the Confederate South seem to be able to stem the tide of anti-Confederate flag legislation and sentiment. Even the flags that once adorned Maurice Bessinger’s chain of barbecue restaurants in South Carolina fly no more. The elder Bessinger, who ran unsuccessfully for governor in the ’70s, has not…

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“Confederate Kids Have No Rights The Courts Are Bound to Respect”

Today Chief Trial Counsel Kirk Lyons of the Southern Legal Resource Center announced that the Supreme Court will not hear a case involving Candice Hardwick, who ten years ago was sent home for wearing a t-shirt to school with a Confederate flag. He is apparently quite upset about the court’s decision given his firm belief…

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