Monthly Archives: July 2007

30 07, 2007

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Sailor finally laid to rest Funeral likely to be the last for a Confederate service member Sunday, July 29, 2007 By GEORGE WERNETH Staff Reporter Hundreds of people packed into Mobile's Magnolia Cemetery on Saturday to take part in the funeral service for a Confederate sailor whose skeletal remains had been recovered from the wreckage of the sea raider CSS Alabama on the bottom of the English Channel. A long row of [...]

30 07, 2007

News 375

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Buy Southern! The Florida League of the South is urging all Southerners to Buy Southern! Why should we accept the urging of the Florida League to change our buying habits? For about the last 140 years the South has had a reputation for being a "poor" section of the United States. In a way, it is true but it has not always been so. Before the War for Southern Independence, 1861- 1865, [...]

27 07, 2007

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Statement of Faith By Rep. Ron Paul, MD. The Covenant News ~ July 21, 2007 We live in times of great uncertainty when men of faith must stand up for our values and our traditions lest they be washed away in a sea of fear and relativism. As you likely know, I am running for President of the United States, and I am asking for your support. I have never been one [...]

26 07, 2007

Black Confederates 060

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The Case of David H. White and the First Emancipation Proclamation Author: Raphael Waldburg In the afternoon of October 9th 1862 the raiding cruiser Alabama had just made her latest capture, the Yankee schooner Tonawanda (1). Aboard the prize were 75 civilian passengers. Among them was the slave David H. White, body-servant to a Delaware businessman on his way to Europe. The Alabama crew was in need of men and Captain Raphael [...]

26 07, 2007

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Paul stands tall with talk on freedom Sunday, July 22, 2007 Ron Paul wows ‘em in Spartanburg, South Carolina: Paul received no less than 16 standing ovations during his hour-plus speech and question-and-answer session at the Summit Pointe Events Center. They started when he entered the room, continued when he re-entered after doing a quick TV interview and grew louder when he was formally introduced. Thunderous applause also followed when he decried [...]

26 07, 2007

News 372

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Censoring A Leader Rudy Takala July 19, 2007 With the decline of John McCain’s campaign treasury comes the accentuation of a spectacle worth noting. McCain currently has $2 million available in his campaign bank account; that puts him in fourth place among Republicans after Ron Paul, who has $2.4 million. A couple of months ago, Saul Anuzi, chair of the Michigan GOP, petitioned to have Ron Paul banned from future debates. [...]

26 07, 2007

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A nation of sleepwalkers -- even southerners forget their history Warner Todd Huston July 6, 2007 Many Americans from the north like to scoff that our southern brethren are still fighting the Civil War, treating them as if they are unaware that the war was over nearly 150 years ago. It has been so often repeated that southerners are still "Confederate" that the stereotype of the southerner looking to the past instead [...]

26 07, 2007

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Black conservative leader continues boycott of NAACP Chad Groening July 18, 2007 A conservative black leader is blasting the NAACP for supporting amnesty for illegal aliens, but doing nothing to address the real problems facing the black community. The NAACP, says Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, is racially divisive, antiquated -- and in serious financial trouble. Peterson is founder and president of the Brotherhood Organization of a New Destiny (BOND), a Los [...]

26 07, 2007

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NRSC Attempted Ron Paul Ban Thwarted by Supporters... Wednesday, July 18th 2007 Today I received an email stating that the National Republican Senatorial Committee had mailed out a presidential poll that had omitted Ron Paul as a choice. The email stated that: "The NRSC (National Republican Senatorial Committee) has mailed (snail mail) a Presidential Preference Poll out. Ron Paul is not included. This poll includes Gilmore (dropped out), Fred Thompson (hasn't announced), [...]

26 07, 2007

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Lonely Black Neo-Confederate Furls His Flag... NOT! Wednesday, July 18th 2007 The leftist Southern Poverty Law Center gets it wrong once again. In its latest "Intelligence Report", (an oxymoron if there ever was one), Morris Dees and Company report that: "The neo-Confederate movement isn't known for its racial diversity, but there long has been one dedicated black man willing to fight for the Southern cause: H.K. Edgerton. A constant fixture at protests [...]