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Letter: A time of ignominy

Editor, Gazette-Journal:

I once read that, in a time of great ignominy, let someone speak against the cause of that ignominy lest future generations come to believe that we were all spineless fools.

What is occurring in this country under the banner of political correctness is far more than the destruction of monuments to Confederate icons; it is the destruction of the history of this nation. Meanwhile, the current media focus on these deplorable events detracts from the reporting of events that present and immediate threat to the safety and welfare of the people of this nation than do the destructive acts of a mindless few.

As a people and nation, it is vital that the history of this nation become common knowledge by all of its citizens. Let it be taught in every institution of higher learning and be respected, if not revered, for the importance of its lessons to humanity. In doing so, the lies and distortions that prompted the recent acts of mindless destruction will be discredite...

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