Monthly Archives: June 2007

24 06, 2007

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Back to the main articles page      An Open Letter / Page 2 Terry Lee and I would leave Cleveland, Georgia on this afternoon of April 14, 2007 , amidst a storm of love from our Southern family. Instead of the goodbye speech that so many had come to hear me give, it had become a family re-union and now a cry to carry on that much harder ; to seek vindication for [...]

24 06, 2007

News 360

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Sons of Confederate Veterans Statement on NAACP Tuesday, June 19, 2007 June 16th, 2007, SCV Headquarters, Elm Springs, Columbia, TN – According to reports in the national press, the NAACP is suffering financial problems and is closing some operations, including all regional offices, and is making staff reductions of 40%. SCV Commander-in-Chief Christopher M. Sullivan issued the following statement: “The NAACP has steadily become a political fringe group, whose views are far [...]

24 06, 2007

News 359

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A detached NAACP in crisis Wednesday, June 20, 2007 Star Parker on the NAACP’s self-inflicted troubles: The NAACP announced that it will cut its national staff by 40 percent and that seven regional offices will be cut ... In an interview shortly after he departed, [ex-president] Gordon analyzed the NAACP’s problems and summed them up as typical of any business that has lost touch with its customers. Gordon touched the heart of [...]

19 06, 2007

Truehistory 101

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Union Leagues THE TRAGIC ERA, by Claude Bowers Pgs 198-205 CARPETBAGGERS, SCALAWAGS AND RADICAL REPUBLICANS   In the autumn of 1866, and through the winter and summer of 1867 strange men from the North were flocking into the black belt of the South, and mingling familiarly with the negroes, day and night. These were the emissaries of the Union League Clubs of Philadelphia and New York that have been unfairly denied their [...]

19 06, 2007

News 358

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New York State Readies Apology for Slavery June 13, 2007 The state legislature in Albany is prepared to issue a formal apology for the historic practice of slavery and will be the first northern state in the Union to do so. Several states on the Confederate side of the Civil War have already issued similar apologies. Albany lawmakers are pushing to pass the resolution in time for "Juneteenth", which is an unofficial [...]

17 06, 2007

News 355

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Order a Tombstone for the Republic Commentary by Frank Gillispie This nation was founded on the principle of the Rule of Law. No one, not even the president, can place himself above the law. In order to have a Rule of Law, the law has to be based on a set of principles accepted by the people. Originally, The Continental Congress adopted “Natural Law” as the controlling factor. They appealed to this [...]

17 06, 2007

Hkedgerton 177

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Back to the main articles page      An Open Letter / Hate / Compensation Hate is the ultimate rascal that divides us; it walks within and it walks without.It is no secret that the vicissitude of far too many Africans during the period of so called Reconstruction led men like the Honorable General Gordon to remark that the actions of the African against Southern Whites during the period of so called Reconstruction were [...]

17 06, 2007

Hkedgerton 176

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Back to the main articles page      North Carolina Re-Union - An Open Letter Dear Ms. Laura, Terry Lee and I regret that we could not attend the State Re-union in Cherokee, North Carolina this past weekend. I know that my Dear mother would not be pleased if Terry Lee and I did not apologize for not being there. I know that mom she sends her love from Heaven to the Ladies of [...]

17 06, 2007

Hkedgerton 175

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Back to the main articles page      Victorian Fair An Open Letter Dear Commander Todd, It is with great appreciation that Terry Lee and I express to the M'boro Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp # 33 for the gracious invitation to participate in the Historical re-enactment of the Honor General Nathan Bedford Forrest's capture of the City of Murfreesboro and the freeing of her citizens from the Union army . In light of [...]

17 06, 2007

News 357

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Sons of Confederate Veterans Respond To United Methodist Resolution Tuesday, June 12, 2007 Elm Springs, Tennessee. June 12, 2007 The following statement was released today by Christopher M. Sullivan, Commander-in-Chief, Sons of Confederate Veterans headquartered in Elm Springs, Tennessee: "We, of the Sons of Confederate Veterans are distressed to learn of the passage by a divided and narrow margin, a resolution by the South Carolina United Methodist Conference regarding the removal of [...]