removal

Border Wall

Arizona to remove shipping container wall from Mexico border – Associated Press

Arizona will take down a makeshift wall made of shipping containers at the Mexico border, settling a lawsuit and political tussle with the U.S. government over trespassing on federal lands. The Biden administration and the Republican governor entered into an agreement that Arizona will cease installing the containers in the Coronado National Forest — the

Michelle Malkin

Opinion: The Great Parental Replacement – Michelle Malkin

It’s happening. It’s been happening. Parents, you are being replaced. Where? Right under your noses, in your neighborhoods, in your public and private schools, and in your local children’s hospitals. How? Under the guise of health, safety, compassion, tolerance, diversity, intellectual superiority and, of course, the public good. By whom? Woke educators, radical school counselors,

Arizona State Legislature

Statement on Arizona State University’s Institutionalization of Racism & Neo-Segregation

State Representative Jake Hoffman along with 19 fellow legislators today issued the following statement on a highly concerning situation that recently unfolded at Arizona State University (STORY & VIDEO HERE): “It has come to light following the racially-motivated harassment of two students and their subsequent removal from one of the campus’ study facilities that ASU

National

Virginia is set to remove Richmond’s Lee statue on Wednesday

A towering statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee in Richmond, Virginia, is set to come down on Wednesday, more than 130 years after it was built as a tribute to a Civil War hero who is now widely seen as a symbol of racial injustice, state officials said Monday. “Virginia’s largest monument to the

National

‘An incredible day’ as Lee statue removed in Charlottesville

Cheers erupted Saturday as a Confederate statue that towered for nearly a century over downtown Charlottesville was carted away by truck from the Virginia city where it had become a flashpoint for racist protests and deadly violence. It was a day of palpable joy and immense relief for scores of residents and visitors who lined

National

Confederate symbols prove difficult to remove in many states

Just past the gate at an entrance to the Texas Capitol, a large monument honoring the soldiers of the Confederacy looms, with towering statues and an inscription that reads, “Died for state rights guaranteed under the Constitution.” It is one of seven Confederate memorials on the Texas Capitol grounds alone. There are over 2,000 Confederate