Political Correctness Strips the South of All Vestiges of Slavery While Ignoring Islam’s Contribution

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by LT. COLONEL JAMES G. ZUMWALT, USMC (RET)

For those who grew up in the South, the opening lines of “Dixie” ring loud and clear:

“Oh, I wish I was in the land of cotton,

Old times there are not forgotten…”

But, as political correctness continues to rear its ugly head, much Southern history may soon be forgotten.

Written in 1859, Dixie became an instant hit and, during the Civil War, a great inspirational song for the Confederate army.

But PC now filters American history-evidenced most recently at Vanderbilt University. PCers will surely become Dixie-bound upon learning about the songwriter’s transgression.

Before sharing it, let us examine Vanderbilt University’s experience.

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