End of update.
On Tuesday evening, the House approved an amendment to a spending bill that would prevent graves on federal lands from being decorated with the Confederate flag. . . . The House passed another Huffman amendment that would bar the National Park Service from selling Confederate flag merchandise . . .Source.
The bill's actual fate is in doubt due to unrelated issues. But it could still become law. I have to wonder what's next. Removing their headstones? Perhaps a scarlet letter on their markers would suffice (for now)? Maybe we can dig up the bodies of Confederate soldiers, drag them through the streets and then burn their remains. We could use banned books as kindling.