A Campus Reform reporter at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill said Thursday on "Fox & Friends First" that the unlawful destruction of statues is a nationwide problem.
A northern California community's city council recently approved plans to remove a bronze statue of Republican President William McKinley that stands in the town.
Political analyst Gianno Caldwell said there should be "levels" to considering which perceptibly offensive statues should be removed from the public square.
A Massachusetts state legislator is objecting to an entrance to the State House in Boston that commemorates a Union Army general named Hooker.
Tucker Carlson asked radio host Garland Nixon about the legitimacy of the District of Columbia erecting a statue to controversial Mayor Marion Barry Jr. (D), if it is inappropriate to keep controversial memorials up.
Tucker Carlson said that the political left finally found the only immigrant it deems unworthy to come to America.
Mike Huckabee reacted to University of Virginia students defacing the statue of their college's founder, Thomas Jefferson, and tagging him as a "racist" and "rapist."
Baltimore's monument to the man who wrote the "Star-Spangled Banner" was defaced Tuesday night, with the words "Racist Anthem" scrawled in black.
Radio host and "Saturday Night Live" alum Joe Piscopo fired back at those who see New York's Christopher Columbus statue as a symbol of oppression and want it taken down.
Tucker Carlson says the liberal hysteria over Confederate monuments is a "manufactured crisis."
Herman Cain joined Neil Cavuto on "Your World" to react to growing calls for Confederate monuments to be removed from public display.
A Marine veteran is on a mission to honor fallen soldiers.