Monthly Archives: January 2010

26 01, 2010

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71 Things About Lincoln that Beck won't Tell You From: ChasVoice - Date: January 25, 2010 Subject: 71 Things About Lincoln that Beck won't Tell You Does Glenn Beck really know his American history as he so boastfully claims? Really, does he? If so, then he's become known as The Great Lincoln Obfuscator. Why? Maybe we'll find out this summer when he sits in a nest in the shelter of Washington's [...]

26 01, 2010

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Adam Buzbee - 1/25/2010 Wall Posting mr edgerton God bless you for standing for truth i was raised in texas but live in minnesota now do you ever come up this way?

26 01, 2010

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Scott Frederick Lewis - 1/25/2010 Wall Posting I was too late getting to the rally down in Columbia Saturday, but I saw your video on YouTube and I just want to say thanks for taking time to go speak in Columbia especially since you had a long drive to Knoxville after the rally.

26 01, 2010

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Olga Kaufman - 1/25/2010 Message Subject: Meeting you on Sat 23 It was very cold but what an awesome experience to meet someone like you. Thanks for the hug.... Admiring you forever, Olga Kaufman

26 01, 2010

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Martha Deanie Powell-Brown - 1/25/2010 Wall Posting Mr. Edgerton, Thank you for adding me. I look so forward to meeting you one day. I applaude your efforts and will do my best to support your cause in as much as I can. You are truly a refreshing man to bring the truth to an ignorant and brain-washed society. Thank you from this God-loving Southern gal.

25 01, 2010

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Black Slaveowners   [Reprinted from Issues & Views Summer 1998] During this country's period of slavery, many freed blacks worked for years to purchase the freedom of family members. But a great many freemen became slave masters themselves, and for the same reason as whites--to make use of slave labor for the sake of profits. Larry Koger writes, "By and large, Negro slaveowners were darker copies of their white counterparts." Following are [...]

25 01, 2010

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Family traces history of Tennessee's wealthiest black slave owner Katie Allison Granju Posted: 2/22/2007 By COLBY SLEDGE Staff Writer THE TENNESSEAN Like many wealthy landowners of the pre-Civil War South, Sherrod Bryant owned slaves. They probably worked much of Bryant's 700 acres in Middle Tennessee, an area larger than that of Andrew Jackson's Hermitage plantation. The slaves under Bryant helped raise hogs for their owner, who had a large family and was [...]

25 01, 2010

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Janice Caldwell - 1/24/2010 Wall Posting Just wanted to tell you again my dear friend just how much I appreciate you and thank you from the bottom of my heart for making the time to come be with us in Columbia. I thank you so much for your dedication. I have the entire video of the young ignorant black boys who do not know their history. So keep up the fight preaching [...]

25 01, 2010

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The Hidden 14th Amendment Agenda By Michael LeMieux January 21, 2010 The history of the united States of America is not free of defect. But in spite of those defects we were able to fashion a society that rose above the norm of the time and created a nation founded on individual liberty. One of the defects of the age becomes very much apparent when contrasted against the preamble to the [...]

25 01, 2010

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Remember Confederate heroes   January 21, 2010 Col. Alan C. Huffines, Ret., Abilene In 1931, Texas followed her sister Southern states and created Confederate Heroes Day, to be commemorated on the anniversary of General Robert E. Lee’s birth (Jan. 19). Lee, a Christian gentleman, epitomized to the depression era Texans what duty and sacrifice meant while enduring unimaginable hardship and privation. Tuesday was the state holiday. Here in Abilene there are several [...]