Alexander H. Stephens’s “Cornerstone Speech” is perhaps the most infamous speech in the 19th century. It is cited by every SJW group as clear “evidence,” the “smoking gun” that it was slavery, slavery, and slavery that drove the Confederacy. Is this true? The speech offers a clear example of “contextualization,” but not in the way the SJWs like to promote the idea. I discuss the speech and the CSA Constitution in this episode of The Brion McClanahan Show.