DAILYKENN.com -- Jan. 19, 2016 is Robert E. Lee Day, we are reminded.
The mention comes from Peter Brimlow, publisher of the VDare.com, a site dedicated to the preservation of Western culture.
He also notes the day prior — Jan. 18 — is Martin Luther King Day.
Martin Luther King Day, rushed through Congress with Obamacare-style disregard of process in 1983, has been by now weighed in the balance for almost thirty years. It has inarguably (but unmentionably) been found wanting. It is time for it to go. And in fact, I believe it will go, or at least be quietly suppressed like Robert E. Lee Day. The reasons:
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