I have been reading about monuments in honor of Confederate soldiers being removed or torn down. There was one recently vandalized in Durham, North Carolina. I have to admit, that made my heart ache. Out of curiosity, I decided to see if there are any monuments to Union soldiers. I have found that there are some but to my surprise, they are in the south. Get this, monuments to Union soldiers paid for and put up by Southerners. They are intended to honor those brave men, black and white, who fought so honorably for what they believed was right, as did the Confederate soldiers. There were no bad men in that war only men defending their rights as they saw them. This one is at Vicksburg, Va. This one is at Baltimore, Md. These two are in Florida. Now, my question is: should these monuments also be removed?