View of the flag-raising over Fort Sumter, Charleston Harbor, Charleston, South Carolina, April 14, 1865, with the arrival of Major General Robert Anderson at the end of the Civil War.
Today is the sesquicentennial of the American Civil War.
It marks one-hundred and fifty years since shots were fired at Fort Sumter, SC, the beginning of the Civil War. You can bet the liberal media and the Left will portray this and following anniversaries to suit their past and current agendas.
Regardless of how and why it really happened, the re-interpretation of the roots of The Civil War begins today, as will the meaning of its conclusion. It will be a three year onslaught of the truth to twist those events that cannot be disputed to fit the current PC agenda which can. Our children will not grow wiser but will be more indoctrinated as the full weight of teacher unions falls into their predictable formation of malleable truth. Actual truth will have as much a chance of surviving the next three years as a gut-shot Confederate soldier at Antietam had of surviving three nights.