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Every state flag is wrong, and here is why

Someone gave the state of Alabama a box to check with the question “DO YOU WANT TO CREATE A FLAG” and this was the response. That or Alabama is unable to write its name and has to sign everything with a big red X. In general, it is a poor idea to pick as your flag an image that could be regarded as a negative answer to the question, “Should you visit Alabama?”

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What the Confederate flag really means to America today, according to a race historian

What the Confederate flag really means to America today, according to a race historian - The Washington Post

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Every state flag is wrong, and here is why

Every state flag is wrong, and here is why - The Washington Post

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Every state flag is wrong, and here is why

Go home, Connecticut. You’re drunk. At least you say something that isn’t “Connecticut” but…”He Who Transplanted, Sustains”? If that’s what you picked, what did you reject? “He Who Mulched, Will Probably Check For Aphids”?

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Why do people believe myths about the Confederacy? Because our textbooks and monuments are wrong.

Why do people believe myths about the Confederacy? Because our textbooks and monuments are wrong. - The Washington Post

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Every state flag is wrong, and here is why

Alaska, that’s not a flag. That’s a child’s crude rendition of the Big Dipper.

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Every state flag is wrong, and here is why

“I LOOK LIKE A PIRATE, BUT IN MY HEART WHAT I AM IS A PAINTER. SEE, LOOK, I MADE A MOOSE UNDER A BIG TREE. I HOPE YOU LIKE IT. I HAVE A CUTLASS.”

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Report: Requiring kindergartners to read — as Common Core does — may harm some