Saturday, October 1, 2016

Texas State Quietly Removes Confederate Monument

Via Billy

It's a highway sign, imbeciles.

An 85-year-old monument to Confederate president Jefferson Davis on the Texas State University campus vanished without a peep last week.

Following a year of outcry from students, professors and community groups, the granite memorial along one of San Marcos’ busiest roads was quietly uprooted on Friday and moved to a site seven miles away in Hunter, on land donated to the United Daughters of the Confederacy.


  1. I think the defiant people of Texas didn't get a chance to say this is "not a modern university marker", or the same of the license plate by the SOCV had yanked without a vote of the people, because someone thought it was "not modern" is not what everyone "inclusive" considers. Judges and marxist allies are trashing our history, and opening the wound of division, wider and wider vice healing and united us....every single day.

    1. We're further apart than in '61 with ominous possibilities.