Monthly Archives: June 2011

28 06, 2011

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Back to the main articles page      Thank You, Mr. Edgerton / A Shared Letter And A Open Report / Sgt. Thrasher From: HK Edgerton Date: Tue, Jun 28, 2011 Subject: Fwd: Thank you Mr. Edgerton / A shared Letter and A Open Report / Sgt. Thrasher I have included in my report about Sgt. Perry Thrasher the letter below from Officer and Compatriot Randy D. Hillyard because it reminds me of what [...]

27 06, 2011

News 2226

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Historically black college, Confederate museum forge bond By Michael Paul June 24, 2011 The Museum of the Confederacy and historically black North Carolina Central University would appear to be strange, well, confederates. The university in Durham, N.C., is the nation's first state-supported liberal arts college for African-American students. The museum chronicles a history painful to many African-Americans. Connotation begot isolation. "What people think is if you're studying the Confederacy, you must [...]

27 06, 2011

News 2225

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A Tale of Two Elections: Historic or Unimportant by Mike Shaner The 2012 Presidential election has the potential to be one of historic proportions. It could be the event that gives liberty back to our Republic. It has the makings of being the most significant election since Lincoln’s reign of terror began in 1860. Abraham Lincoln set the precedent of aggressive war and transformed our republican form of government into a nationalistic [...]

27 06, 2011

News 2224

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NAACP asks Macon, Bibb leaders to denounce Dodge Confederate flag Friday, Jun. 24, 2011 By CARYN GRANT - The Macon-Bibb County branch of the NAACP has called for city and county leaders to write letters denouncing the Dodge County Commission’s vote to fly the Confederate flag on the courthouse grounds in Eastman. The first letter received was from Mayor Robert Reichert, said David Booker, local president of the National Association for [...]

27 06, 2011

News 2223

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Texas considering license plate featuring Confederate flag Jun 24, 2011 By Cathryn Khalil   AUSTIN (KYTX) -- The state of Texas is set to reconsider a specialty license plate that would feature the Confederate flag. The Texas Sons of Confederate Veterans, who designed the plate, say the goal is to remember Texans who died fighting in the Civil War. However, the president of the state's NAACP chapter said the flag would be [...]

27 06, 2011

News 2222

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Saturday's Battle of Blountville Great Success. Ned Jilton Sunday, June 26 2011 Saturday's "Battle of Blountville" was first rate. Plenty of good food, good music and good folks is why this event keeps getting better every year. First let me say that H.K. Edgerton has the best Rebel Yell I have ever heard. It was a hit with the crowd and actually caused the Yankee's horse to retreat even if the rider [...]

27 06, 2011

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Tia Snyder Thomas - 6/25/2011 Message Hi HK! I saw you in Blountville today, my son, Deklan, held the flag for you on the courthouse steps. I just wanted to tell you thank you for your speech and for all that you do to protect Southern Heritage and promote heritage and not hate. I homeschool Deklan and his sister Aden for many of the reasons that you talked about and history (in [...]

23 06, 2011

News 2221

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Repair of Confederate statue in Reidsville could cost $28K Wednesday, June 22, 2011 REIDSVILLE — The controversial statue of a Confederate soldier that has stood over Reidsville’s downtown for more than 100 years could cost at least $28,000 to repair and remount. Mayor James Festerman said Tuesday that the city received the estimate from a statue restoration professional in Salisbury. The statue, which was at the center of a traffic circle, was [...]

23 06, 2011

News 2220

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Fortification in Charleston sold to Sons of Confederate Veterans who hope to preserve it THE ASSOCIATED PRESS  June 22, 2011 CHARLESTON, S.C. — A crumbling 19th century fort in Charleston Harbor has been sold to the Sons of Confederate Veterans for $10. The Post and Courier of Charleston reports the heritage group wants to preserve Castle Pinckney, the first Union fort seized by Confederates before the Civil War. The South Carolina State [...]

23 06, 2011

News 2219

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America's New Racists Tuesday, June 21, 2011 Walter Williams confronts a sad modern-day fact: Most racial violence these days is committed by blacks. Worse, he argues, is that the media and racial grievance politicians -- including one with the initials BHO -- are prodding them on: In many of these brutal attacks, the news media make no mention of the race of the perpetrators. If it were white racist gangs randomly attacking [...]