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26 07, 2011

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Confederate Flag Victory in N.C. Court of Appeals From: northcarolinasouth Date: Tue, Jul 19, 2011 To: NCSouth@yahoogroups.com The North Carolina Court of Appeals ruled today that a hotel may be liable for malicious prosecution of a hotel guest, where the hotel had the guest arrested after he refused to remove a Confederate flag from the window of his hotel room. Read the complete opinion at http://bit.ly/ConcordSCV In Childress v. Concord Hospitality Associates, [...]

25 07, 2011

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Terry Bailey - 7/19/2011 Message I recieved this response from H.K. Edgerton on another FaceBook Group. This is regarding the heritage violation posts this morning. HK makes a good point. ************************************************** Dear Terry, As the Chairman of the Board of Advisors Emeritous of the Southern Legal Resource Center Emeritous, as I stood on the corner of Main St. in downtown Black Mountain this morning with the Southern Cross in hand, a truck [...]

22 07, 2011

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Calvin Johnson - 7/22/2011 Re: Petition To Keep H.K. Edgerton On Facebook The PC crowd really hates the truth and the truth is there are over 50,000 stories that can be told about the heroic Black Confederate soldiers. My next article will be on a Black Confederate.

19 07, 2011

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Even as Statue, Forrest Still Draws Fire Monday, July 18th, 2011 by Blake Farmer Erected in 1998, the statue of Nathan Bedford Forrest statue on I-65 has endured regular sabotage attempts. The Confederate flags are flying again at the head-turning statue of Nathan Bedford Forrest on Interstate 65. While prominently displayed south of Nashville, this mysterious monument doesn’t make the state’s list of must-see attractions for the 150th anniversary of the Civil [...]

19 07, 2011

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Forrest: A Confederate figure who still divides Sunday, July 17, 2011 MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) – Gray-uniformed soldier re-enactors fired long-barreled muskets in salute and United Daughters of the Confederacy in ankle-length dresses set wreaths before the towering statue of Nathan Bedford Forrest in Memphis, paying tribute to a Confederate cavalryman whose exploits still divide Americans today. The annual tribute Sunday to the hard-driving Confederate lieutenant general coincided this year with the 190th [...]

19 07, 2011

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Where the wind still blows The Irish Times Monday, July 18, 2011 LARA MARLOWE Atlanta, Georgia Some hate Gone with the Wind for its racism, but many in the southern US still love the book, one of the best sellers of all time. Part two of our week-long series on the American South visits the novel’s birthplace ONE OF THE best-selling novels of all time was written in a tiny, dark and [...]

19 07, 2011

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The unrepentant South The Irish Times Saturday, July 16, 2011 LARA MARLOWE Charleston, South Carolina 150 years after the American Civil War began and half a century after the civil-rights movement, old arguments still simmer between blacks and whites. A new series explores race, identity and history in today’s American South THE AMERICAN Civil War started here, 150 years ago, when South Carolina’s militias opened fire on the Yankees, in Fort Sumter, [...]

19 07, 2011

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Federal Judge Bars Fired Bus Driver From Suing School District, First Student Written by Michelle Fisher   Monday, 18 July 2011 A federal judge in Medford, Ore., ruled that a school bus driver does not have the right to sue for wrongful termination after he refused to remove a Confederate flag from his personal truck. Ken Webber, who had been a school bus driver for First Student Bus Transportation Services since 2007, sued [...]

19 07, 2011

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More evidence of the ongoing culture war against Southerners 18 July 2011 More evidence of the ongoing culture war against Southerners Another Heritage Attack It appears that Southerners who value their heritage, history, heroes and symbols have, for all intents and purposes, lost their rights under the Constitution. They cannot carry on a private conversation if it is about (gasp) the South or the Confederacy because if it is overheard - especially [...]

19 07, 2011

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The Debt Ceiling Dog And Pony Show Friday, July 15, 2011 by Al Benson Jr. For weeks now we have been treated to nightly doses, via our lapdog media, of scary articles about the national debt ceiling. The current Marxist administration, parading as Democrats, are telling us our national house of cards will come tumbling down on August 2nd if they are not given, by Congress, the ability to further increase the [...]