Should the conversation about removing symbols of racism from public places be expanded to include a man who was a longtime Democrat Senator from West Virginia? Some certainly think so:

We’ll have to wait and see who else, if anybody, calls for the name of the former KKK member who later filibustered the 1964 Civil Rights Act to be stricken from dozens of roads, bridges and buildings in West Virginia..

Removing Byrd’s name could also serve as its own public works program, because it’s everywhere: