On "The Ingraham Angle" on Thursday, Laura Ingraham debated an activist who's calling for the removal of Confederate monuments in New Orleans.
Leaders at the church that George Washington attended decided that a plaque honoring the first president of the United States must be removed.
The Dallas Independent School District is considering changing the names of four schools named after Confederate generals.
The school board of Robert E. Lee High School in San Antonio, Texas, voted to change its name after pressure by some who say it is racist.
Alabama went ahead and unveiled a new Confederate monument named “Unknown Alabama Confederate Soldiers” on Sunday despite the toxic politics currently surrounding the subject.
Dan Bongino said the Left has "finally reached peak stupid" after ESPN pulled an announcer simply because his name was the same as a Confederate general's.
Alan Dershowitz warned that many of those tearing down Confederate and other statues are trying to take America down with them.
Vice President Mike Pence said his inclination is to encourage building more American monuments rather than tearing them down.
Mark Steyn called for more exercise of free speech through debates and protests.
Michelle Malkin said leftists who want to get rid of the memory of any and all slaveholders are "whitewashers of history."
Jesse Watters reminded Americans that destroying monuments to history is a habit of the Taliban, not American citizens.
Basketball superstar Charles Barkley called pushing for the removal of Confederate statues "wasted energy."