Monthly Archives: September 2009

29 09, 2009

Hkedgerton 346

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Back to the main articles page      An Open Report/Ironton, Ohio A town official of Ironton, Ohio who had the distinction of heading up the committee of entrants to the annual Veterans Day Parade had taken it upon himself to abuse his authority by banning the Sons of Confederate Veterans from participating. He had further issued a declaration, that as long as he was alive, no Confederate Flag would march on the streets [...]

27 09, 2009

News 1431

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When the Band Played Dixie Saturday, September 19, 2009 By Calvin E. Johnson, Jr. The following is dedicated to all who stand up for the truth. In 1859, Ohio Native Dan Emmett first performed “Dixie” New York City. Two years later, on February 18, 1861, the band played Dixie at the Inauguration of Confederate President Jefferson Davis in Montgomery, Alabama. And on April 14, 1865, after General Robert E. Lee’s surrender, President [...]

27 09, 2009

News 1429

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Joe Wilson's Dixie Partisans A Commentary By Joe Conason Thursday, September 17, 2009 A Commentary By Joe Conason Thursday, September 17, 2009 The stupid misconduct of entertainer Kanye West and politician Joe Wilson demonstrated, if any fresh proof is necessary, that thoughtless rudeness isn't confined by ethnicity, ideology or background. With their highly public episodes of misconduct, both earned sharp public censure. Yet while West has expressed real remorse for his misbehavior [...]

27 09, 2009

News 1428

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Why blame Joe Wilson? His home state is just South of civilized Southern congressman a long way from gentleman Margery Eagan Sunday, September 13, 2009 Some facts you may not know about South Carolina Republican Congressman Joe Wilson, who shouted “You lie!” at President Obama this week. He has zero tolerance for illegal immigrant health care, including the exception brought to us by Ronald Reagan: emergency-room care. So if an illegal family [...]

27 09, 2009

News 1427

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Doug Casey on Political Correctness Interviewed by Louis James, Editor, International Speculator L: So, Mr. Wilson (R-SC) went to Washington and called the president a liar, an action I can't help but approve of. Regrettably, he didn't have the spine to stick with the truth and later apologized to the president. Knowing that you don't have any more use for politicians than I do, Doug, I suspect you have some thoughts on [...]

27 09, 2009

News 1426

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'Racist' claims defuse once powerful word Friday, September 18, 2009 I couldn't agree more with this analysis: Everybody's racist, it seems. Republican Rep. Joe Wilson? Racist, because he shouted "You lie!" at the first black president. Health care protesters, affirmative action supporters? Racist. And Barack Obama? He's the "Racist in Chief," wrote a leader of the recent conservative protest in Washington. But if everybody's racist, is anyone? Exactly what we in the [...]

27 09, 2009

News 1425

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Wilson's son says Congressman is not racist Pubdate:2009-09-16 ATLANTA – U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson's oldest son defended his father against a claim by former President Jimmy Carter that the congressman's outburst during a speech by President Barack Obama was "based on racism." Responding to an audience question at a town hall at his presidential center in Atlanta, Carter said Tuesday that Wilson's outburst was also rooted in fears of a black president. [...]

27 09, 2009

News 1424

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The Preacher, the Congressman, and the Neo-Confederacy Nick Gier 9-18-09 Moscow's infamous preacher Doug Wilson and South Carolina's Rep. Joe Wilson have more than a last name in common: they both have ties to the neo-Confederate movement. When Joe Wilson was a state senator, he voted against removing the Confederate flag from the top of the state's capitol. By a vote of 34-7 the South Carolina Senate voted to fly it instead [...]

27 09, 2009

News 1423

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The SPLC's Smear of the Sons of Confederate Veterans Commentary by J. A. Davis This is another of those occasions where I have the opportunity to change hats and depart from any role I have with the Sons of Confederate Veterans in order to express my own opinions without in any way speaking or writing in any official capacity. That is one of the strengths of the SCV. No one individual or [...]

27 09, 2009

News 1422

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Why the SPLC is So Very Dangerous in the Obama Era - Putting the SPLC in Context Commentary by Frank Conner Sep. 16, 2009 Recently, Jeff Davis, Steve Scroggins and Jim Dean of the Georgia Heritage Council wrote powerful articles about the Southern Poverty Law Center, describing it as a hate-mongering organization that unfairly attacks Southern conservatism. These articles have shown who some of the key players of the SPLC are; how [...]