Monthly Archives: September 2007

28 09, 2007

Hkedgerton 202

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Back to the main articles page      The White House and the President Last weekend at the Historical Re-enactment of the Battle of Morristown, a young student asked me, what would I have said to the President if he had agreed to see me ? I don't think that the real answer would come to me until I received a telephone call yesterday from a highly respected gentleman from Carter County Tennessee who had [...]

28 09, 2007

Hkedgerton 201

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Back to the main articles page      An Open Letter Today I shall once again adorn the uniform of the Southern Soldier , pick us his glorious banner and head over the mountains to one of my favorite spots; "Johnson City, Tennessee". Only this time when I roll out the Mike Beck Chair on the side of the road at the famous Dixie Barbecue Restaurant on North Roan Street, awaiting the arrival as [...]

27 09, 2007

Hkedgerton 200

By |2007-09-27T01:05:00+00:00September 27th, 2007|H.K. Edgerton|Comments Off on Hkedgerton 200

Back to the main articles page      An Open Report; The Weekend of September 21st - 23 Friday morning as I existed the Hotel room of the Days Inn , adorned in my Confederate uniform ; a Lincoln Impersonator existed the room next door. All I could think was d__n,  when he extended his hands in a warm greeting to me. However, I just wanted none of this , but my mama would [...]

23 09, 2007

Hkedgerton 199

By |2007-09-23T20:12:00+00:00September 23rd, 2007|H.K. Edgerton|Comments Off on Hkedgerton 199

Back to the main articles page      We Are In The Eleventh Hour Yesterday I read an accounting by Mr... Gary Houchens titled :" Blacks hate the Confederate Flag."  Mr... Houchens, no matter how much tact intended has surely succumbed to believing the perpetual Reconstruction mandate forged in the curriculum of studies in the established Public School System by design to divide and separate Southern White and Southern Black folks ; while using [...]

23 09, 2007

Truehistory 103

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Black Confederate Participation Introduction~by Tim Westphal As far back as the American Revolution, African Americans have fought in every conflict this country has been engaged in. A number of authors have studied the participation which blacks played for the Union and Confederate governments during the Civil War. Most of these writers have focused on the Union army since it employed a large number of blacks as soldiers during the conflict. "When authors [...]

20 09, 2007

News 394

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SLRC, GEORGIA SCV HAMMER OUT RINGGOLD STRATEGY RINGGOLD, GA – SLRC Chief Trial Counsel Kirk D. Lyons held a weekend strategy session with members of the Georgia Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans regarding the next steps to be taken in compelling the Town of Ringgold to replace the Confederate Battle Flag it removed two years ago from the Historic Ringgold Depot memorial site. “We’ve arrived at an overall game plan [...]

20 09, 2007

News 393

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DICKSON COUNTY SCHOOLS DROP FLAG BAN Tuesday, September 18, 2007 The Southern Legal Resource Center Heritage Update In what may have been one of the least-heralded policy reversals of the Southern Culture War, Dickson County, Tennessee, public schools have quietly abandoned their ban on campus displays of Confederate symbols. The lifting of the ban climaxed a chain of events that began in October of 2006, when the SLRC wrote a demand letter [...]

20 09, 2007

News 392

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Let Our School Bands Play Dixie posted September 17, 2007 Is America still the land of the free? If we are truly free, why is our song "Dixie" banned at many high schools and universities? Why, too, are young people taught diversity and sensitivity toward the heritage of some people but not others? What happened to America's grand old song "Dixie?" Autumn is an exciting time for high school and college football. [...]

4 09, 2007

News 390

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Observance of Civil War anniv. opens old wounds By BOB DEANS AJC Washington Bureau Published on: 09/01/07 Washington — After so many years, the wounds have yet to heal. The bitter debate over states' rights. The conflict over race that split the country into North and South. The Civil War? No, the scuffle half a century ago over how to commemorate that war's centennial. Rick McKay/Washington Bureau Now, with the 150th anniversary [...]

4 09, 2007

News 389

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Will Lady Liberty Last Beyond 2010? By Chuck Baldwin August 31, 2007 Free republics are not known to have long life expectancies. At the ripe old age of two hundred and thirty-one, America is definitely showing her age. She is long past her prime, and some are predicting her demise. No, some are PLANNING her demise. Thomas Jefferson and the other founders of this once-great country believed there was a controlling cabal [...]