Tag: Robert E. Lee
Aeschliman: The Charles Darwin/John Brown Connection
The year 1859, when Darwin changed the course of science and when John Brown rebelled and died, was a profound historical turning point.
Margaret Sanger Statues Honor a Racist and Eugenicist; but as with Darwin, Let Her Stay
Historical statues are a dispersed temple to memory, in need of vigilant guarding.
Why the Animal/Nature Rights vs. Human Duties Distinction Matters
Says Jonah Goldberg, “One cheer (and maybe two) for non-human personhood.”
Evolution and the Alt-Right, Continued
While the Confederate cause in the Civil War has been the subject of much chatter, the modern racial right owes far more to Charles Darwin than to Robert E. Lee.
Darwinists Are Practiced in Shuffling Statues
What they did to Richard Owen could teach today’s vandals a thing or two.