Toppling Our Past
Academic historian and culture observer, Victor Davis Hanson, penned this essay lamenting the attack on our historical icons including those most responsible for the freeing of slaves at a cost of nearly 700,000 souls.
A few schools apparently are no longer to be named after Abraham Lincoln, the president who saved the Union, destroyed the slave-holding Confederacy, and freed the slaves at a cost of nearly 700,000 American lives. Now 155 years after his assassination, the present generation—the most leisured, entitled, and wealthiest cohort in civilization’s history—deems him unworthy and unfit for any commemoration. Do any of the street-brawling Antifa radicals seem tough guys in comparison to the Union troops at Gettysburg or those who marched with Sherman?