Monthly Archives: March 2007

19 03, 2007

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Georgia Senate Panel OKs Confederate Month Friday, March 16, 2007 But not everybody’s happy about it: Democratic Rep. Tyrone Brooks, chairman of the Georgia Association of Black Elected Officials, said it’s discouraging to see the Confederate month proposal moving ahead after leaders of the Republican-controlled House and Senate said they’re not in favor of apologizing for slavery. “Georgia needs to recognize and apologize and atone for its part in the slave trade, [...]

19 03, 2007

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Confederate flag exhibit sparks skirmish in Tally By Bill Cotterell Tallahassee Bureau Originally posted on March 16, 2007 TALLAHASSEE -- An art exhibit in the shadow of Florida's Capitol has started a skirmish with the Sons of Confederate Veterans. The Mary Brogan Museum of Art and Science plans to make an announcement today of its decision on a request by the Civil War historical association for removal of all or parts [...]

15 03, 2007

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Back to the main articles page      Thanks Dear Kevin, If you call the President of the Asheville Branch of the NAACP, John Hayes, at (828) 281-3066, I am sure he will tell you that HK Edgerton is not a member. He will also probably tell you what the NAACP thinks of H.K. Edgerton and his efforts for Southern Heritage. On one hand I have people accusing me of being an implant for [...]

15 03, 2007

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Back to the main articles page      An Open Letter / An End Of An Era / The Accounting Open April 14, 2007, I shall deliver my final public speech to the Sons of Confederate Veterans in Cleveland, Georgia. However, I shall today deliver an accounting that so many of my detractors believe that they are due, and one in which I had planned on putting in a book with far less detail, [...]

15 03, 2007

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Local man quietly marking Confederate graves By Daniel Silliman Chuck Gilbert has been wandering through graveyards, taking down names. He does this on his days off and figures he’ll do it, on and off, for the rest of his life. Gilbert, a member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, writes down the names of all the buried men who lived through the Civil War, and then checks those names against a list [...]

15 03, 2007

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As slavery apology simmers, bill touts Confederate history By SONJI JACOBS The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Published on: 03/15/07 A week after civil rights groups called on the General Assembly and Gov. Sonny Perdue to apologize for slavery, a key Senate committee will consider a bill today that would designate April as Confederate History and Heritage Month. Sen. Jeff Mullis (R-Chickamauga) is the main sponsor of Senate Bill 283, which would encourage Georgians each [...]

14 03, 2007

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Hate Crime Legislation Will Target Your Freedom Of Speech By Tom DeWeese March 13, 2007 A battle has been waging during the opening months of the 110th Congress over proposed Hate Crime legislation. The main bill currently before the House is H.R. 254, titled, "The David Ray Hate Crimes Prevention Act," introduced by Rep. Sheila Jackson-Lee (D-TX). Opposition is growing to the legislation because hate crime laws would make certain types [...]

14 03, 2007

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Ron Paul announces White House bid Texas Republican says nation has strayed from Constitution Posted: March 12, 2007 U.S. Rep. Ron Paul, a Texas Republican known for his libertarian views, today announced he will vie for the GOP presidential nomination next year. "We have lost our way and strayed from the free society our Founders secured for us in the Constitution, but there's no reason the principles that made us the greatest [...]

13 03, 2007

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`Dishonest Abe' Hanged on President's Day Monday, 19 February 2007 Disturbed by current efforts to justify totalitarianism by appealing to Abe Lincoln's legacy, the New Hampshire Sons of Liberty hanged Lincoln without the benefit of clergy on President's Day. The short ceremony began at 8:00 pm, at which time a list of charges were read. The criminal was then hung, with the charges affixed. The charges were as follows: That he suspended [...]

13 03, 2007

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Ninth Circuit Declares Right of Government to Censor the Terms 'Natural Family,' 'Marriage' and 'Family Values' Contact: Richard D. Ackerman, Pro-Family Law Center, 951-308-6454, 951-258-5456 TEMECULA, Calif. Mar. 7 /Christian Newswire/ -- Earlier this week, San Francisco's United States Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in the matter of Good News Employees Association v. Hicks that the municipal employers can completely censor the terms "natural family," "marriage" and "family values" as hate [...]