Yearly Archives: 2008

12 12, 2008

News 857

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The truth about 'hate crimes' and the racial justice racket Ron Smith December 3, 2008 On Thanksgiving morning, the top right-hand corner of this page quoted Mark Potok of the Southern Poverty Law Center on what he said was the reaction of hate groups to the dawning of the Age of Obama: "We've seen everything from cross-burnings on lawns of interracial couples to effigies of [President-elect Barack] Obama hanging from nooses to [...]

12 12, 2008

News 856

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You're Confederate ... But Don't Know It? by Charley Reese     Most of the political problems in this country won't be settled until more folks realize the South was right.     I know that goes against the P.C. edicts, but the fact is that on the subject of the constitutional republic, the Confederate leaders were right and the Northern Republicans were wrong.     Many people today even argue the Confederate positions without [...]

12 12, 2008

News 855

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Three charged with desecrating Confederate officer's grave By Jena Passut | Tidewater News Originally published 11:35 a.m., December 2, 2008 COURTLAND — Three men have been arrested and charged in connection with the June desecration of a Confederate grave at the Gillette family cemetery east of Courtland. Southampton County lawmen have made arrests in last summer's desecration of a Confederate grave site. Kyle Sinclair Burks, 21, Aaron Richard Howard, 20, and Justin [...]

12 12, 2008

News 854

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The Real Flag of Freedom Saturday, November 29, 2008 James and Linda Vandiver lowered the DC flag and raised the Confederate Battleflag on the pole outside their motel. They did it to protest the election of Barack Hussein Obama, and Obama's leftist agenda. A few huffy prisses objected, but most understood the real meaning of that flag -- and agreed with it:     For Loy Mauch of Bismarck in Hot Spring County, [...]

12 12, 2008

News 853

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Virginia Reveres Civil War Bravery Cadets' Valor Lives On at VMI Museums By John Pancake Special to The Washington Post Wednesday, November 26, 2008; Page C02 It was a small battle, and bloody. The thing that set it apart was the role played by several hundred teenagers. And because of them, the ground on which the Battle of New Market was fought is one of the most lovingly enshrined meadows in Virginia. [...]

12 12, 2008

News 852

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Confederacy is their specialty Group takes learning beyond textbooks By Lourdes Medrano Arizona Daily Star Tucson, Arizona | Published: 11.27.2008 History came alive recently for some Tanque Verde High School students studying the Civil War. Four men whose ancestors fought in the 1860s war paid a visit to history teacher's Sharon Akridge's classroom last week. The men, Bobby Morris, Bill Seymour, Richard Montgomery and John Potenza, were dressed in Confederate uniforms. They [...]

12 12, 2008

News 851

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The Attempt at Vindicating Lincoln Daily Article by David Gordon | Posted on 11/26/2008 [Vindicating Lincoln: Defending the Politics of Our Greatest President. By Thomas L. Krannawitter. Roman & Littlefield, 2008. Xv + 355 pages.] When I reached page 222 of Vindicating Lincoln, I almost threw the book across the room. There I read, "First, the latest iterations of European philosophy during the antebellum period were to be found in the writings [...]

12 12, 2008

News 850

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No Aplogies to lyin' yankees 1/25/08 at 11:09 PM     #1 To my Southron Brothers and Sisters, I try not to waste much of PoP's space or y'alls time these days. To some  here, I am sure that it is a blessin'. To those who write me at home wondering why?? ...... I will say "I prefer to be a devout Copperhead (2nd best thing to bein' Southon ) and I will [...]

12 12, 2008

News 849

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Not all flag supporters racist Letter to the editor Published: November 25, 2008 Editor: I am a resident of Culpeper, but I like Madison and always buy your weekly newspaper to keep informed on what is going on over there. A statement in your Nov. 13 column caught my eye. In describing a celebration of Barack Obama’s election victory, you quote a Wolftown resident who saw a family going to vote with [...]

12 12, 2008

News 848

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Leonidas Polk was 'fighting bishop of Louisiana' Jim Bradshaw November 23, 2008 Leonidas K. Polk wore a number of hats, most unusually both that of a Confederate general and an Episcopal bishop, both at the same time. He consecrated the Church of the Epiphany in New Iberia in 1858, just in time to see it used as a field hospital during the war in which he commanded troops. He was a native [...]