Monthly Archives: August 2007

13 08, 2007

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Back to the main articles page      Comments On Article, "He Won't Put Dixie Down" Webster defines solitary as being or apart from others; sole or only. Comic is defined as laughable, funny, and a comic strip as a group of cartoons in narrative sequence. An oddity is defined as an additional to what is usual. The writer below Mr. Postelle of the Mountain Express Newspaper presumes to assume that I, H.K. Edgerton [...]

13 08, 2007

News 383

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Guess What Folks--Secesson Wasn't Treason by Al Benson Jr. More and more of late I have been reading articles dealing with certain black racist groups that claim to have the best interests of average black folks at heart (they really don't). It seems these organizations can't take time to address the problems of black crime in the black community or of single-parent families in the black community in any meaningful way. It's [...]

13 08, 2007

News 381

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SLRC POSTS TWIN HERITAGE VICTORIES Florida high school, Kentucky employer back off A high school principal in Florida and a contract employer in Kentucky this week abandoned positions imposing bans on Confederate symbols, after intervention by the SLRC in each case. After receiving a letter from the SLRC, the principal of Mitchell High School in New Port Ritchey (Pascoe County), Florida, informed a student’s mother that the school’s ban on Confederate symbols [...]

6 08, 2007

News 378

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The Men Who Destroyed the Constitution by Thomas J. DiLorenzo In his 1850 Disquisition on Government, John C. Calhoun argued that a written constitution would never be sufficient to contain the plundering proclivities of a central government. Some mechanisms for assuring consensus among the citizens of the states regarding "federal" laws would be necessary. Consequently, Calhoun proposed giving citizens of the states veto power over federal laws that they believed were unconstitutional [...]

6 08, 2007

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Back to the main articles page      My Flag / An Open Letter As I stood over the bridge of Interstate 40 / 240 West in Asheville, North Carolina this past Sunday, August 5, 2007 , and again this morning August 6, 2007 on Main Street in downtown Black Mountain, North Carolina , Confederate Battle Flag in hand , listening to the many honks and returning the multitude of waves and shouts of [...]

6 08, 2007

Hkedgerton 193

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Back to the main articles page      The Confederate Coffee Mug God bless Commander Jim Maddox of the Tennessee Division of the Sons of Confederate veterans on today , his 55 birthday After closer review of the issue concerning the circumstances surrounding the souvenir coffee mug used by Department of Public Safety Commissioner John A. Danaher III of Hartford, Connecticut, I can see why the Black folks there would be up in arms. [...]

3 08, 2007

News 377

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Ron Paul and the Empire by Steven LaTulippe Can Ron Paul really win? Does he have a snowball’s chance of becoming the next president, or are we all kidding ourselves? At the moment, Rep. Paul’s quixotic campaign seems to be picking up steam. His recent fundraising statistics reveal a blossoming, internet-based movement that is uniting libertarians and other concerned citizens from across the political spectrum. His performance in the media has been [...]

1 08, 2007

Hkedgerton 192

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Back to the main articles page      An Open Letter / March Into Washington, D.C./ March Across Dixie-- The Re-Union As I look forward to the resurgence of the activity necessary to complete the March Across Virginia on into the Nations Capitol on Saturday morning September 29, 2007, and the imminent March Across Dixie Re-Union March commencement on Friday October 19, 2007, I can't help but to reflect on the events of days [...]

1 08, 2007

Black Confederates 062

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Amos Rucker - A Soldier Remembered By: Calvin E. Johnson, Jr., Author of When America stood for God, Family and Country. 1064 West Mill Drive Kennesaw, Georgia 30152 Phone: 770 428 0978 Remember the American soldier's who defend our great nation. A article recently appeared in a Charlotte, North Carolina newspaper about Wary Clyburn, a Black Confederate, who will be remembered on August, 26, 2007 during a reunion of his descendants in [...]

1 08, 2007

Hkedgerton 191

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Back to the main articles page      Taking a Look at the comments of Bill Cosby Dear Ms. Deborah, There are a lot of Black people out there who feel the very same way as Bill Cosby. Illegal immigration and the advent of Integration totally disenfranchised the Black community . It was a community who had again rolled up it's sleeves with its' White community family in lieu of the residual effects of [...]