Robert E. Lee Archives | Page 2 of 3 | The American Spectator

by | May 29, 2019

During the walkup to Memorial Day, with its evocations of respect for fallen warriors, hyper-charged Dallas, Texas, found time to…

by | Apr 29, 2019

Willoughby Run is a stream too small to be called a creek. Trickling southward through the hills of Adams County,…

by | Jan 21, 2019

In November, 1863, the New York Herald reported that a temperance committee had asked President Lincoln to dismiss Ulysses S. Grant….

by | Oct 25, 2018

It’s October. Night comes earlier, the mornings are darker, fog has settled over the land, and liberals — when not…

by | Jul 26, 2018

In the summer of 1862, just weeks before the Battle of Sharpsburg (or Antietam) — the bloodiest single day of…

by | Nov 6, 2017

White House Chief of Staff Gen. John Kelly was attacked last week for his comments that Robert E. Lee was…

by | Nov 1, 2017

George Washington will be booted from the church he helped to found in Alexandria, Virginia. To understand what’s happening, we…

by | Sep 21, 2017

T.S. Eliot wrote that “April is the cruellest month…mixing Memory and desire…” But he never spent a sun-drenched, late summer’s…

by | Aug 22, 2017

If Confederate statues are really generators of racial hate, as their most fervent detractors insist, it seems incongruous that over…

by | Aug 18, 2017

Governor Andrew Cuomo has written a letter to the Acting Secretary of the Army asking that the names of two…

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