Monthly Archives: November 2011

16 11, 2011

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O'Reilly's Book on Lincoln Thomas DiLorenzo November 13, 2011 Quite a few people have emailed me begging me to critically review Bill O'Reilly's new book, Killing Lincoln, about the assassination. They do this not because they have read the book, which is a big, boring bag of nothingness, but because they've heard O'Reilly spout the neocon party line about "Father Abraham" on his television show and they smell a rat. I've read [...]

15 11, 2011

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Teen Suspended From N.J. School For Wearing Confederate Flag Shirt Says It's Part Of Her History; Mom Vows To Sue On First Amendment Violation November 14, 2011 EAST WINDSOR, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — A 14-year-old New Jersey girl has been suspended for wearing a sweatshirt with a Confederate flag on it. Many see it as a symbol of hate and racism, but this teenager claims its part of her heritage, reports CBS 2’s [...]

15 11, 2011

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East Windsor teen suspended over Confederate flag shirt, mom says school is wrong Monday, November 14, 2011 Lisa Coryell/For The Times EAST WINDSOR — A Kreps Middle School parent who says her daughter was suspended for wearing a sweatshirt emblazoned with the image of the confederate flag says the school overstepped its boundaries and violated her daughter’s right to free speech. Jane West says she’s thinking about withdrawing her daughter, Torri Albrecht, [...]

15 11, 2011

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Confederate flag hangs over South Carolina Republican primary By Cameron Joseph 11/12/11 The confederate flag has long been a divisive issue in South Carolina politics, and it may soon reemerge as a factor in what will be a key state in the Republican presidential primary. South Carolina Republicans have sought to downplay the flag’s role in the GOP contest, but there are indications that it will once again grab headlines. Rick Perry [...]

15 11, 2011

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The Rebel flag, a failed lesson in citizenship! Topic: Politics In Texas, a small group of patriots lost the fight for a license plate without firing shot! by Mark Vogl (conservative) Sunday, November 13, 2011 13 states ( Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Louisiana, Arkansas, Texas, Kentucky and Missouri) and two territories (the Indian territory which was Oklahoma, and Arizona) composed the Confederate States of America.  Nine [...]

15 11, 2011

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Perry kills his own state's history and heritage! Topic: Election 2012 Rick Perry's appointees deny rights to veterans in Texas! by Mark Vogl (conservative) Friday, November 11, 2011 Equality, freedom of association, freedom of thought, honoring veterans, remembering and understanding history, all of these principles set aside in Texas as Rick Perry’s appointees obey his command and reject an application for a heritage license plate by a group which represents millions of [...]

15 11, 2011

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Georgia Power Flagging? 11/12/11 If?... Enough are willing to join for a flagging of Georgia Power, Ringgold Georgia... Let me know so a date can be set.   "Georgia Power Plant Wansley is GUILTY OF CRIMINAL TRESPASSING, THEFT OF PRIVATE PROPERTY, VANDALISM, GRAVE DESECRATION, and most importantly of all - SPITTING ON THE GRAVES OF AND DISHONORING AMERICAN VETERANS."   Still no apology, no restitution, and the flag thief remains at large. [...]

15 11, 2011

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VMFA and Confederate History Thursday, November 10, 2011 VMFA and Confederate History What's going on?? In recent weeks a group calling itself Virginia Flaggers has undertaken a campaign asking that the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts mount Confederate battle flags on the Confederate Memorial Chapel. The endeavor has included demonstrations on site, blog postings, and contact with patrons, legislators, and media. The museum administration has recently met with a representative of this [...]

15 11, 2011

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Brothers win -- for now -- fight over cemetery at Georgia Power's Plant Wansley Flag removal highlights long-standing dispute with Georgia Power By Rhonda Cook The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Georgia Power Co. had its lawyers and a public relations office. The Rev. Wayne Webb and his brother, Walter, were armed only with determination when they challenged the utility -- again -- over ownership of a two-acre church cemetery in the middle of the [...]

10 11, 2011

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SCV Flaggers Protest Outside Plant Wansley November 7, 2011 Four members of the Sons of the Confederate Veterans group spent Monday afternoon protesting outside the entrance to the Georgia Power owned Plant Wansley, located in Southern Carroll County. They were on hand from 2:30 p.m. until 6:15 p.m. EST displaying various confederate flags and waving to motorists as they entered and exited the gates of the power plant. The 35-year old plant [...]