Following a request from Henry County District 2 Commissioner Dee Clemmons that all Confederate flags be removed in order to not offend anyone, the Nash Farm Battlefield and Museum announced on Tuesday that it would be closing its doors on June 1st. “To exclude any Confederate flag would mean the historical value has been taken from our exhibits, and a fair interpretation could not be presented to each guest” said the museum in a public Facebook post. Attempts to remove Confederate memorabilia from state monuments is one thing, but removing the flags from a museum which serves to educate guests on the state’s and country’s history has Henry County’s ship SINKING…
The Georgia Senate last week found time to vote on a couple of issues other than the redistricting process they were called back to Atlanta to sort out – one of those being the Atlanta law enforcement training center that has become a focus of national controversy. On Friday a resolution was introduced voicing support for the facility, which the Senate broadly supported by a 46-5 margin. All those opposed were Democrats, (three more abstained from voting) but the vote shows widespread support just as recent polls have. Georgia support for the state of the art training facility for police and other law enforcement is RISING…
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