Sam Jacobs over at Ammo.com has a new ‘personality’ up.
Two individuals come to mind at the mention of the Confederate States of America, General Robert E. Lee and Former-President of the Confederate States, Jefferson Davis. Both General Lee and Davis were men of principle and conviction as they stood up for what they believed; however, for a variety of historically complicated reasons, General Lee became a far bigger symbol of the Confederacy after its demise than Davis. Although Davis remains a sort of avatar for the end of states’ rights, some have come to view him as a Southern patriot.
Full article, HERE.
I think it’s one of the more ‘balanced’ depictions of Davis, historically accurate, and free from the usual cliches. With the left trying to revise history and/or erase the parts they don’t like, and honest presentation is refreshing, at least to me…