Monthly Archives: August 2011

9 08, 2011

Hkedgerton 430

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Back to the main articles page      Run Down This morning, Tuesday, 08-09-11, as I headed back to the SLRC office after nearly completing my usual 9 mile march up Highway #9, a white van driven by a Black man veered off the road and headed directly towards me. Shocked, I dodged out of the way, twisting my ankle. I turned to see the name of the company printed on the van; "Hour [...]

8 08, 2011

Hkedgerton 429

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Back to the main articles page      Please Say A Prayer This morning as I made my way up Highway 9 with the Southern Cross in hand, I would say a silent prayer for a man that I affectionately call "Top" because of his rank in the Confederate Re-enactment community. His real name is Rick Delaney, and I hope I spelled his last name correctly. Today at 11:AM, Rick will have a biopsy [...]

5 08, 2011

News 2271

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Pastor John Weaver's Confederate related sermons He comes to the Sam Davis Youth Camp each year and is a favorite along with one from NC. Sam Davis Home ***************************************************************************** Jack Hinson, Confederate Sniper Little Aleck - Confederate Memorial Day The Truth About the Confederate Battle Flag The Revival in the Confederate Armies William Thomas Overby Confederate Sacrifices The Confederate Chaplains Is The Confederate Flag a Symbol of Hate? Part 1 Is The [...]

5 08, 2011

News 2270

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Isn't the Southern Poverty Law Center the Real Hate Group? by  Michael Brown 07/28/2011 For many years now, Focus on the Family (FOTF) has been one of the most respected and influential evangelical ministries in the country, and so it came as quite a shock when, earlier this month, FOTF’s traditional, pro-family views were deemed so extreme that TOMS Shoes founder Blake Mycoskie, himself a member of an evangelical church, decided to [...]

5 08, 2011

News 2269

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A much-respected, and conflicted, general of the Confederacy Joseph Johnston, hero of the first Battle of Bull Run, rests in Green Mount Cemetery By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun July 30, 2011 Former Confederate Gen. Joseph Eggleston Johnston caught a cold while attending the funeral in New York City for his former Civil War adversary, Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman, in 1891. A month later, he died in Washington and was buried [...]

5 08, 2011

News 2267

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Governor holds firm on flying Confederate flag despite NAACP urging to take it down By Daily Mail Reporter Last updated 30th July 2011 Gov Nikki Haley won't budge from her decision to keep a Confederate flag at the South Carolina Statehouse. On Monday, NAACP President Benjamin Jealous called on Gov Haley to remove the flag, which was placed near the governor's office in 2000. At that time, it was the NAACP who [...]

5 08, 2011

News 2266

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Visceral debate follows withdrawn Confederate names to Hall By Lloyd Dunkelberger, Herald-Tribune Friday, July 29, 2011 TALLAHASSEE William Faulkner, the great Southern writer, once wrote: “The past is never dead. In fact, it’s not even past.” And that certainly applies to Southern states, including Florida and its history in the Civil War. That link was reinforced this week when a controversial list of the inaugural group of nominees for Florida’s Veterans’ Hall [...]

5 08, 2011

News 2265

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Controversial Hall of Fame list pulled By Lloyd Dunkelberger, Herald-Tribune Thursday, July 28, 2011 TALLAHASSEE Gov. Rick Scott’s office sought to distance itself Thursday from the embarrassment of a list of prospective inductees to the new Florida Veterans’ Hall of Fame that originally included six former members of the Confederate army, a former governor convicted of intimidating black citizens and Scott himself. After questions arose over the records and lack of diversity [...]

5 08, 2011

Hkedgerton 428

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Back to the main articles page      An Open Report / The Stench of Manassas / The Sacrilege at Lexington / The Obscenity of Jason Sanford of the Asheville Citizen Times Had I been properly informed that I would be speaking to a mixed group of Southern and Union forces at Manassas at a supposed gala Affair deemed the Blue-Gray Ball, I could have and would have saved myself from the indignity and [...]