Monthly Archives: October 2008

28 10, 2008

News 829

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Va. group looks to raise major cash for rebel flag Associated Press - October 23, 2008 ELKTON, Va. (AP) - Virginia's Elkton Historical Society has raised about $1,000 to purchase a historic Confederate battle flag at auction. All they need now is to repeat that 219 times between now and Dec. 3. The flag that belonged to the 10th Virginia Volunteer Infantry Regiment could fetch up to $220,000 at auction. The regiment, [...]

28 10, 2008

News 825

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Board To Vote On Changing Name Of Forrest High School POSTED: October 22, 2008 JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- After years of controversy, the Duval County School Board has scheduled a vote on whether to rename Nathan Bedford Forrest High School. The board on Tuesday set a period of public comment on the name followed by a vote at their Nov. 3 meeting on the name of the school, named for a former Confederate [...]

28 10, 2008

News 821

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SCV in the news - amendments being considered to allow TN giant flag County body to consider amendments allowing monuments, billboards, water tanks Sunday, October 12, 2008 Three amendments to the county's zoning regulations - including one that would permit historic monuments - will be considered Monday night. The Dyer County Commission plans to hold a public hearing on the amendments at 6:30 p.m. in the Dyer County Courthouse's second-floor courtroom. The [...]

22 10, 2008

Hkedgerton 249

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Back to the main articles page      An Open Report / Confederate Heritage Month Sent: Thursday, April 17, 2008 10:31 AM In honor of Confederate Heritage Month, I have marched some five to miles daily carrying the Confederate Battle Battle Flag.On Friday morning, April 11, 2008, NAS Car would arrived in my home town of Asheville, North Carolina with their History on Wheels Exhibit.On Sunday morning, April 13, 2008, I would adorn the [...]

14 10, 2008

Hkedgerton 278

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Back to the main articles page      Standing Stone, Monterey, TN From: Connie Perdue [] Sent: Monday, October 13, 2008 Hello Mr. Edgerton, I saw you this past weekend at the Standing Stone Celebration in Monterey, TN. You were quite animated and made a wonderful subject for my hobby of photography. I thought you might like copies of some of the pictures. I also enjoyed your speech. Thank you for spreading the truth. [...]

14 10, 2008

Truehistory 003

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Tariffs, Not slavery by: Jack McMillan, Ph.D. Contrary to what is now taught, slavery was not the primary issue. Sorry, Julian, Jesse, and victims of public indoctrination everywhere, but here are the inconvenient facts. The American educational system continues perpetuating a myth regarding the War for Southern Independence [often mistakenly called 'The Civil War,' a misnomer.] Teachers using government-mandated, Northern-produced texts inform students the conflict centered solely on slavery, with Abraham Lincoln [...]

13 10, 2008

News 814

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Large Confederate flag to be replaced near I-4 Reported by: Keith Baker Last Update: 10/11 TAMPA, FL -- The controversial Confederate flag flown near I-4 and I-75 will come down Sunday afternoon according to organizers of the Confederate Memorial Park. The 30 by 50 foot Confederate Battle Flag will be replaced by another larger Confederate Battle Flag. The new flag measures 30 by 60 feet. Sons of Confederate Veterans spokesperson Marion Lambert [...]

9 10, 2008

News 812

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Dixie flag tag yields firing, suit Therapist, former employer battle over 'symbol of hate' on bumper By Lawrence Buser (Contact), Memphis Commercial Appeal Wednesday, October 8, 2008 A marriage and family therapist from Olive Branch who considers the Confederate battle flag "a venerated object" says he was illegally fired for refusing to remove his special Mississippi license tag bearing the flag logo of the Sons of Confederate Veterans. His former employer, Compass [...]

9 10, 2008

News 811

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Honor S.C.'s past, don't abolish it Monday, Oct. 06, 2008 By Randy Bryan Apparently the S.C. National Association of the Advancement of Colored People intends to pursue its relentless efforts to ban the Confederate battle flag from the Capitol grounds in Columbia. By refusing to underwrite major athletic championships in the Palmetto State, the NCAA has joined the NAACP in efforts to blackmail South Carolina. We are still good enough or profitable [...]

9 10, 2008

News 805

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The Molding of the American Character--Part Two by Al Benson Jr. Samuel Blumenfeld noted that after Horace Mann departed from orthodox Christianity he constructed his own peculiar theology. In fact, Mann, himself, said: "From that day, I began to construct the theory of Christian ethics and doctrine respecting virtue and vice, rewards and penalties, time and eternity, God and his providence which...I still retain." Mann's statement here is a glowing example of [...]