Monday, July 6, 2015

Plans call for giant Confederate flag monument

Via Billy

A former Dunlap mayor wants to create what could be the largest image of the Confederate battle flag in the South to preserve what he says is an important part of American history and his own heritage.

The Chattanooga Times Free Press reports that Carson Camp wants to use the side of Fredonia Mountain in the pastoral Sequatchie Valley to paint the flag, which would be as large as two football fields.

Camp’s family owns several hundred acres on the Cumberland Plateau, including a portion of one of the Trail of Tears routes onto the plateau.


  1. A good man. Since it is private property, it's nobody's business.

  2. We knew this would be the outcome - traitors:

    1. It's going to be close in the House since more have been 'persuaded' to vote for removal.

  3. Surely the country hasn't gone down this far to even consider such an abomination;