On the Stars and Bars
If the Confederate battle flag is heritage and history, then it should not be on a flagpole, where it will be faded by sun, battered by wind, drenched in rain, smudged with dust and befouled by birds. History like that flag should be in a history museum, carefully preserved in a glass case with climate control, right next to all of the other dead things.
Riddle me this: what do the Stars and Bars, the Swastika, and the Hammer and Sickle have in common?
Among other things, all three fought the Stars and Stripes, and lost.