Monthly Archives: May 2007

14 05, 2007

News 334

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The Net shoves Ron Paul right down ABC's throat Monday, May 7, 2007 It was embarrassing ! Whether ABC purposely left Cong. Ron Paul out of their poll, or whether they're just so arrogant that they just assumed that they know who the candidates are, or should be, they got a cold slap in the face the other day. After deciding to ignore the 800 pound gorilla on the debate the other [...]

14 05, 2007

News 333

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Unconstitutional Legislation Threatens Freedoms May 7, 2007 Last week, the House of Representatives acted with disdain for the Constitution and individual liberty by passing HR 1592, a bill creating new federal programs to combat so-called “hate crimes.” The legislation defines a hate crime as an act of violence committed against an individual because of the victim’s race, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability. Federal hate crime laws violate [...]

14 05, 2007

News 332

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Marxists behind distorted history [of Confederacy] Posted by Larry Darby on Friday May 11, 2007 Link to story: Marxists behind distorted history May 2, 2007 Wayne Sabel in his April 25 letter uses typical Marxist mantra to discredit any attempt to put forth truth in history regarding Confederate American history. Karl Marx in one of 29 articles about the war wrote, "The war between the North and South is a tariff [...]

14 05, 2007

News 331

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For Dan Lauck... From: To: ...I read your story "Rep. Ted Poe's KKK leader quote gets Web buzzing" and I have to admit I am getting sick and tired of the of the constant reminder that the news media has no education and does no research before they report. In 1871 a Congressional committee composed of Radical Republicans investigated the Klan, its origins, its activities and the possible involvement of [...]

9 05, 2007

Truehistory 100

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Northern Atrocities A. Osceola, Missouri James H. Lane, a United States Senator from Kansas returned to his home state of Kansas in the summer of 1861 to command what was called "Lane's Brigade." Lane was to retain his Senate seat while occasionally rampaging through Missouri. His brigade was composed of Kansas infantry and cavalry. This force was, in fact, a ruthless band of Jayhawkers (plundering marauders) wearing United States uniforms. James H. [...]

9 05, 2007

News 329

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Letter to Confederate troops Monday, May 07, 2007 The following letter was composed and read by Fannie Benners, on behalf of the women of Jefferson, to Confederate troops on the eve of their departure to the Civil War: "Gentlemen: Allow me as the chosen, yet humble, medium of the ladies, who at the request of one of your fellow citizens (he having furnished the means), have made and tendered this testimonial of [...]

9 05, 2007

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Preserving religion's role in the conflict By Richard G. Williams Jr. SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES May 5, 2007 A new Civil War Museum in Lynchburg, Va., will offer a very different perspective on America's bloodiest conflict. The National Civil War Chaplains Research Center and Museum will be the only one of its kind in the United States. The mission of the museum and foundation is to educate the public about the [...]

1 05, 2007

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Confederate cake leads to runaround By Cosby Woodruff Connie Ansley knows that finding Confederate-themed merchandise is getting tougher, but she thinks what happened over the weekend just takes the cake. Ansley, a member of the Alabama United Daughters of the Confederacy, wanted a cake for the opening of a museum at the Confederate Memorial Park. She drove all over her hometown, Huntsville, looking for one. She said Costco and Wal-Mart refused to [...]

1 05, 2007

News 323

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Forrest Hall to retain name By SAMANTHA E. WILLIAMS After months of student debate, MTSU announced Monday that the name of Confederate Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest will remain on the school's Army ROTC building. "In conversation with student organizations across campus, they did not seem to be bothered if the name was changed or not," said Robert Glenn, MTSU's vice president of student affairs. "For African-American organizations, it seemed there are more [...]