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20 03, 2012

News 2506

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150th commemoration spotlights Museum of the Confederacy By: Kristen Green Richmond Times-Dispatch March 18, 2012 The commemoration of the Civil War's 150th anniversary is a welcome gift for the Museum of the Confederacy, bringing rare attention to a Richmond institution whose annual attendance had dropped by half since 1991. During its moment in the spotlight, the museum has seen a 25 percent uptick in visitation between 2010 and 2011. Now the museum [...]

20 03, 2012

News 2504

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Sounds like a plan... sort of Sunday, March 18, 2012 Sounds like a plan... sort of We recently had a discussion on my Facebook group about why the Museum of the Confederacy has so blatantly reneged on its responsibilities to preserve and present Confederate heritage, most recently seen in locating a "branch" at Appomattox and refusing to fly any Confederate flag on the grounds of the facility. The discussion evolved into why [...]

20 03, 2012

News 2502

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Why Confederates are taken for granted! The Confederates of the Southern movement are like the conservatives of the Republican Party, the leaders believe they have no choice! by Mark Vogl (conservative) Friday, March 16, 2012 The parallels occurring in America between the 2012 election year, what is occurring in America as a nation and in the South, and the events of 150 years ago are startling. While most Americans have some knowledge [...]

20 03, 2012

News 2501

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How to get a grave stone for a Confederate veteran Sons of Confederate Veterans A Heritage of Honor 2nd South Carolina Regiment Pickens Camp 71 South Carolina Division This information is provided for those who wish to place a veterans headstone on the grave of their Confederate ancestor. The Veterans Administration will provide, without charge, a marker for your Confederate veteran ancestor. However you must apply for the marker using VA Form [...]

20 03, 2012

News 2500

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Monument for a Hero Wednesday, March 7, 2012 Monument for a Hero Emperor Louis Napoleon III (1808-1873) for a time united Christendom in an attempt to halt Lincoln's northern alliance and their hostilities against the Christian South. The model equestrian sculpture is based on the original at Parco Sempione in Milan, Italy. This look at Napoleon III is from strictly a traditional Southern point of view. If the French fleet had smashed [...]

20 03, 2012

News 2499

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Federal Precedence Over The States March 14, 2012 by Al Benson Jr. Reviewing the infamous 14th Amendment in a nutshell, we can see that it accomplished certain ends that were entirely consistent with Northern revolutionary aims for both the War of Northern Aggression and for the revolutionary period after that war. We might as well get used to referring to the war as a revolution, for, in truth, it was the real [...]

20 03, 2012

News 2498

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South Carolina's New Lieutenant Governor Has Awkward Confederate Past The Huffington Post Max J. Rosenthal 03/13/2012 When South Carolina Lt. Gov. Ken Ard resigned on Friday, the same day a grand jury indicted him for seven ethics violations, longtime state Sen. Glen McConnell agreed to fill the vacant post. The state's Republicans hoped he would bring a wealth of experience to the job, but didn't count on the 30-year veteran bringing his [...]

20 03, 2012

News 2497

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Gen. Forrest bust disappears from Alabama cemetery Tuesday, Mar. 13, 2012 Gen. Forrest bust disappears from Alabama cemetery ASSOCIATED PRESS SELMA, Ala. -- Police in Selma are investigating the disappearance of a bust of Confederate Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest from a city cemetery. Old Live Oak Cemetery superintendent said the last time anyone remembers seeing the bust was Friday. The bronze bust sat atop a large granite monument. Some in Selma have [...]

20 03, 2012

News 2496

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How Southerners Were Taught To Murder for the State Thomas DiLorenzo March 14, 2012 Alabama and Mississippi have been added to South Carolina on the list of southern states that overwhelmingly supported warmongering neocons over the only Jeffersonian, states' rights, constitutionalist, just war candidate in the GOP field, Ron Paul. Much of this support is credited to politically-active "evangelicals" who tend to be some of the most bloodthirsty people anywhere. Indeed, they [...]