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Both Andy Hall and Brooks Simpson have highlighted another instance of Confederate Heritage gone wild. It's nothing new, whether we are discussing the latest Virginia Flagger fiasco or SCV misstep. I've been accused of highlighting heritage follies for the sake of blog stats and there is some truth to that. At the same time, however, [...]

This week marks the eighth anniversary of Civil War Memory. I've been blogging for so long and it has become such a regular part of my daily routine that I have trouble remembering the time before. No doubt there is an intrinsic value to blogging that can be found in the act of writing, the [...]

Just wanted to take a second to thank all of you who shared yesterday's post through social media, specifically on your Facebook pages. My decision to share an anonymous NPS employee's response to some of the most irresponsible accusations re: park closings clearly resonated with many people. I can state unequivocally that yesterday's post is [...]

Update: Bonus Material Posted Below. I told myself that I wasn't going to cut and paste any longer from the "Gift That Keeps on Giving," but this is just too good to be true. Gary Adams posted the following yesterday.  Read the post in its entirety or continue here for the highlights. Here is just [...]

It's been a while since I posted about blogging, but Robert Moore's recent post on the distinction between content and controversy blogs, along with Brooks Simpson's response, have moved me to offer a few observations.  First, the distinction itself makes very little sense to me, especially when you take a broader look at the blogosphere.  [...]