Monthly Archives: May 2010

7 05, 2010

News 1802

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We Don't Know What We Don't Know We Don't Know What We Don't Know By Al Benson Jr. Unfortunately, most Americans in our day are “educated” (if you can call it that) in government brain laundries called public schools. This is obvious from many of the statements that they make on historical subjects, including the history of the War of Northern Aggression. For example, I once talked with a lady in eastern [...]

6 05, 2010

News 1801

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Public Backs Confederate History Month Half U.S. backs Confederate History Month May 5, 2010 Half of U.S. residents support proclaiming Confederate History Month, a new poll reports. Almost one-third support a ban on public displays of Confederate symbols, while 43 percent oppose a ban, Angus Reid Public Opinion said Tuesday. Governors in several Southern states issue proclamations of Confederate History Month. This year, Virginia Gov. Robert McDonnell's proclamation became controversial because the [...]

6 05, 2010

News 1800

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White Man Rising: The Confederacy White Man Rising: The Confederacy by David Yeagley April 22, 2010 April is Confederate History Month, as declared by the patriotic state governors of numerous southern states, most recently by Governor McDonnell of Virginia. In 2008, presented a series of twelve articles on the South, during the month of April. We established that Ann Coulter clearly acknowledges the superior patriotism of the South, and we have [...]

6 05, 2010

News 1799

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"Ifs" Defeated the Confederates at Shiloh May 3 2010 Shiloh was the first battle that showed the country how bloody the Civil War actually would be. It's a fascinating encounter between Joseph E. Albert Sydney Johnston an U.S. Grant in which Johnston was killed. You can read up on the battle here. Anyway, here's Grant discussing the notion that the Confederate army would have won Shiloh "if" Johnston wasn't killed: I do [...]

6 05, 2010

News 1798

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Notes From The Busy Season Commentary by J. A. Davis, 5/04/2010 "The liberties of our country, the freedom of our civil Constitution, are worth defending at all hazards; and it is our duty to defend them against all attacks. We have received them as a fair inheritance from our worthy ancestors: they purchased them for us with toil and danger and expense of treasure and blood, and transmitted them to us with [...]

6 05, 2010

News 1797

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Nazis, Confederates, and Stupid Pills in the Water Supply by Bill Vallante, 5/03/2010 There is indeed a certain childish willfulness in the American mind that insists on chastising the people of the past for not being like them, or else pretending that they were. Which is a certain way not to learn anything from history. --Dr. Clyde Wilson If you haven’t heard the analogy at some point in the last few years, [...]

6 05, 2010

News 1796

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Peaches Geldof Wears Racist Confederate Flag T-shirt! May 3rd, 2010 Last night Peaches Geldof went to a party in Hollywood wearing a T-shirt with the Confederate Flag risking to be considerate a racist. The wonder is: did she know about the issue or not? Usually the southern flag is considered as a symbol of racism because of its links to slavery. It was used by the Confederate States of America, which supported [...]

6 05, 2010

News 1795

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Confederate flag at I-75 temporarily replaced after storm damage May 4, 2010 TAMPA - The massive Confederate flag at the junction of interstates 75 and 4 has been replaced – temporarily. The 30-by-60-foot rebel flag is being repaired after wind and rain damage from an April 25 storm, said Mike Herring, camp commander for the Gen. Jubal A. Early Camp 556 Sons of the Confederate Veterans of Tampa. Herring said the Confederate [...]

6 05, 2010

News 1794

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Fraternity Investigated Over Confederate Battle Flag Phillip Ohnemus 5/03 Jacksonville, AL (WIAT-TV) The display of a Confederate battle flag lands a fraternity under investigation. The Kappa Alpha Order at Jacksonville State University has been asked to remove the symbol from inside their fraternity house. Executive Director Larry Wiese says that under Kappa Alpha's bylaws the depiction of the Confederate battle flag inside or outside fraternity property is prohibited based on the controversial [...]

6 05, 2010

News 1793

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U.S. Marines boot recruits with Confederate tattoos You won't believe what military thinks of historic Southern symbol May 04, 2010 By Chelsea Schilling © 2010 WorldNetDaily A widely regarded Southern symbol of pride and states' rights is standing in the way of would-be Marines in their quest to serve their country – a Confederate battle flag. Straight out of high school, one 18-year-old Tennessee man was determined to serve his country as [...]