Monthly Archives: June 2009

23 06, 2009

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A Revolutionary Act Thomas Moore Today I committed a revolutionary act. It had nothing to do with firearms or marksmanship training. I didn’t organize a protest march or join the Underground. In fact, it had nothing to do with politics, except in the broadest possible sense. But it was revolutionary nonetheless. Today I finished spring planting. How can such a benign activity be revolutionary, you may ask. In a sane and normal [...]

23 06, 2009

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The Emancipation Question A lively dialogue over the economics of slavery played out in newspapers and magazines on the eve of the Civil War By Tom Huntington Emancipation. One hundred fifty years ago on a “frigid and repulsive” January day in New York, 30-year-old William G. Sewell departed on a steamer for Barbados, the first stop on a tour of the Caribbean island colonies of the British West Indies. Doctors had recommended [...]

23 06, 2009

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Did The Media Change James von Brunn's Wardrobe? (Is the Right about to be blamed for the Left's dirty linen?) by Al Benson Jr. Where to begin? By now everyone has heard about James von Brunn's brutal shooting spree at the Holocaust Museum in Washington. Almost before the smell of the gun smoke had died away the usual flotsam from the managed media began to appear. It almost seems as if the [...]

23 06, 2009

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What Crisis? The Senate Prioritizes Baseball and Slavery Posted by publius772000 under Politics In a week which saw Barbara Boxer chide a brigadier general for not addressing her as “senator,” the body which she worked so hard to join mulled an investigation of Sammy Sosa and passed an apology for slavery. by Michael Naragon Iranians are protesting in the streets.  North Korea looks to fire a long-range missile toward Hawaii on Independence [...]

23 06, 2009

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Opinion: Message to Congress: Apologize for Slavery and Reconstruction Special By Carol Forsloff. Published Jun 19, 2009 America elected an African American as President. Even as suspicion and distrust arose in the South, the aftermath of election could be used for healing. That’s because reconstruction as well as slavery needs to be part of an apology. Yesterday the Senate unanimously passed a resolution to apologize to African Americans for slavery and segregation [...]

23 06, 2009

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Ole Miss and Southern Heritage Friday, June 19, 2009 This writer was speaking in Memphis this week and planned to be back in town for Wednesday evening service to hear David Carpenter, a mighty man of God at the age of eighty-eight. However, due to unforeseen hindrances, I was delayed. Seeing I would not get back in time, I took time for something that had long been on my agenda. Leaving the [...]

23 06, 2009

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Mission of Confederate history organization often grossly misunderstood Published: June 17, 2009 Paul Houser Commander, Powhatan Troop, Sons of Confederate Veterans Recently, an article was published as “My Point Of View” in Powhatan Today. The author attributed to recent distribution of some literature to ‘KKK/Confederate/Terrorists.” The Sons of Confederate Veterans, Camp 1382, The Powhatan Troop, condemns racism and hate in the strongest possible terms. We stand with all people of good faith [...]

23 06, 2009

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Georgia's Next Governor- Feat or Fiasco? We have come to a dangerous place in American politics. The fallacy of “most electable” has been a media and marketing ploy to prop undesirable candidates up and garner support from an otherwise conservative populace. What happened nationally with McCain can very possibly happen in Georgia with Oxendine. Should the establishment Republican party perceive Oxendine as most electable, and set him up against Roy Barnes, we [...]

23 06, 2009

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Back to the main articles page      Jonesborough Parade From: Joe Adkins - Date: Mon, Jun 22, 2009 Forward this to your troops and to any other units you have contacts with. Gentlemen, A momentous day approaches. We are preparing to march into Jonesborough with a victory for truth, history, and honor. It is a victory for all of us, for as Jim Byington said, "Without the Confederates, there would have been [...]

16 06, 2009

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Divided We Stand What would California look like broken in three? Or a Republic of New England? With the federal government reaching for ever more power, redrawing the map is enticing, says Paul Starobin By PAUL STAROBIN Remember that classic Beatles riff of the 1960s: “You say you want a revolution?” Imagine this instead: a devolution. Picture an America that is run not, as now, by a top-heavy Washington autocracy but, in [...]