Monthly Archives: May 2007

30 05, 2007

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Memorial Day and Arlington... Monday, May 28th 2007 Today we honor those who have fallen, past and present. Even though we Southerner's have our own memorial day, I like to honor our Confederate ancestors along with those who have fallen before and after our War for Southern Independence. While I don't agree with our Government or its Wars of Empire that it is currently conducting across the globe, I feel we must [...]

25 05, 2007

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Back to the main articles page      Sad News About Carey Johnston Date: May 24, 2007 It was truly sad news for me to hear of the passing of Carey Lee Johnson, last evening, and it will be equally as bad for my little brother Terry Lee to hear this news; for he and I looked upon Carey Lee as one of our big hearted big brother's. I will never forget the day [...]

24 05, 2007

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Proud of old battle flag Published: May 23, 2007 Alex Riess (Think the confederate flag should be raised with pride?) writes an opinion which is very derogatory toward the confederate battle flag. The tone of her message is summed up in the line where she says, “However, if you are proud to claim the Confederate flag as a symbol of the South, you are already dead.” This type of ignorance is very [...]

22 05, 2007

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Back to the main articles page      An Open Letter / Thanks Sunday, May 20, 2007 On Friday May 11, 2007, A small school in Marion, North Carolina, (Marion Christian Academy) would open up it's campus to the Sons of Confederate for a day long event of discussion and lectures honoring the soldiers and those who supported the Confederate army during the period that the South found itself in bitter conflict with it's [...]

21 05, 2007

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Keeping the South alive, one story at a time Jeri Rowe Staff Columnist It's time we take back our "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah.'' At least that's what Clint Johnson thinks. He's a North Carolina writer, a man from Ashe County, who has written 10 books on the Civil War, including one about the white-bearded military man a young George Patton thought was God. That's Robert E. Lee, y'all. Click here to listen to Johnson read [...]

21 05, 2007

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Giuliani Is Right To Be Outraged by Thomas R. Eddlem "Wendell, may I comment on that? That's really an extraordinary statement. That's an extraordinary statement, as someone who lived through the attack of September 11, that we invited the attack because we were attacking Iraq. I don't think I've heard that before, and I've heard some pretty absurd explanations for September 11th. "And I would ask the congressman to withdraw that comment [...]

21 05, 2007

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Back to the main articles page      Monument to Delaware Confederates Unveiled Successfully May 12th Tuesday, May 15, 2007 Nearly 300 members of the general public and invited guests attended a Delaware Confederate soldiers monument unveiling ceremony sponsored by the “Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp 2068” on May 12th at the Nutter B. Marvel Museum in Georgetown, Delaware. The monument honors the state’s citizens and soldiers who supported or enlisted in Southern armies [...]

15 05, 2007

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Malice Toward All, Charity Toward None: The Foundations of the American State by Thomas J. DiLorenzo "Americans are forever proclaiming our boastful aspersions to the world . . . that our government was based on the consent of the people," though in fact "it rests upon force, as much as any government that ever existed." ~ Letter from Robert E. Lee to E.G.W. Butler, Oct. 11, 1867 "[H]ad the Confederates somehow won, [...]

15 05, 2007

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Apologies For Slavery and Everything Else By Jim Jackson Posted on: April 23, 2007 Since the Civil Rights movement nearly a half century ago, blacks have made a continuing series of demands from white people, and white people have bent every rule in the book to satisfy their demands. In the 1960s, white people put in place laws to remove race as a consideration for anything in America. Blacks were free to [...]

15 05, 2007

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Confederate Flag Flies At Beaufort County Courthouse Posted: 8:15 PM May 10, 2007 Last Updated: 11:47 PM May 10, 2007 Some people were surprised by what they saw at the Beaufort County Courthouse in Washington Thursday. The Confederate Flag was flying. It's actually nothing new. It's part of a tradition that dates back to 1999. That's when Joseph Carter Leary, Commander of the Washington Grays, requested permission from the Beaufort County Commissioners [...]