Rich discussed the Memphis City Council agreeing to remove a monument of Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest, a Hatboro city councilman shooting an alleged bank robber and Texas Senator Ted Cruz standing by Donald Trump’s immigration comments.
A historic change will take place in South Carolina Friday.
Rich discussed Hillary Clinton’s interview with CNN, Disney removing a statue of Bill Cosby, and a Catholic school teacher being fired for being in a same-ex marriage.
Lynyrd Skynyrd began phasing use of the Confederate flag a few years ago. Another Southern band, the Drive-By Truckers, agrees. “It’s well past time for all the Southern states to move on.”
A suburban Philadelphia T-shirt shop is nixing an appearance by the General Lee from “The Dukes of Hazzard,” saying the Confederate battle flag on the car’s roof made it too controversial.
Gettysburg says it will no longer sell items that use the battle flag as a stand-alone feature.
Rich analyzed the Supreme Court’s ruling upholding a major portion of the Affordable Care Act, Hulu Plus releasing the entire catalog of Seinfeld, and Apple pulling all Civil War games from iTunes.
Gary R’Nel talks with La Salle Professor Dr. Charles Gallagher about the South Carolina shooting.
A major U.S. flag maker, Valley Forge Flag based in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania, just outside of Reading, Berks County, has decided to stop making confederate flags.
Rich discussed the continuing coverage of the removal of the Confederate flag is South Carolina, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf’s battle with state Republicans over the state budget, and Jurassic World being sexist. He also spoke with Erika Clemens from AFP-NJ, Former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell, Chip Sebastian from STING, and foreign policy analyst Ed Turzanski.
Rich discussed President Obama using a racial slur in an interview, the Governor of South Carolina calling for the removal of the Confederate flag, and Jurassic World being labeled sexist. He also talked with Phillip Klein from the Washington Examiner.
By Steve Patterson PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — At South Carolina’s state capitol Friday, both the state and United States flag went to half staff, to honor the lives of nine people murdered on the grounds of […]
It’s an issue that has caught the attention of the ACLU.
Fourteen-year-old Torri Albrecht’s confederate flag sweatshirt has special meaning to her.