Monthly Archives: April 2012

30 04, 2012

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Updated: OPINION: Confederate Memorial Day has fallen victim to political correctness Frank Gillispie Thursday, April 19. 2012 It was not that long ago that Confederate Memorial Day was a big deal in Georgia. I clearly remember the parades, the political speeches, the barbecue. But these happy days have fallen victim of “political correctness” and very little of the celebrations survives. All that is left is the occasional memorial program held by the [...]

30 04, 2012

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CIVIL WAR OP-ED: Confederate Memorial Day in Dixie Tuesday, April 17, 2012 By Calvin E. Johnson Jr. Did you know that the first Memorial Day in America was held in the South in honor of both the soldiers of Union Blue and Confederate Gray? Some folks call the War Between the States, 1861-1865, a lost cause but stories of the heroic- brave men and women who stood for Southern Independence are still [...]

27 04, 2012

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What Passes For Intelligence - SPLC Intelligence Report, Spring 2012 By Michael LeMieux April 18, 2012 The spring “intelligence” report from the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) has been released and as usual it has little to do with intelligence and more to do with fear mongering and misdirection. As an intelligence analyst I know what an intelligence report is and this is not that. They start off with identifying what [...]

27 04, 2012

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Scotland highlights the fragility of old empires in the 21st Century! Scotland's quest for freedom is having affects across the globe and could ignite independence movements in the American South! by Mark Vogl (conservative) Wednesday, April 18, 2012 As recently as April 5th, warnings from Australia indicate that Scottish independence could have much broader effects on what remains of the British empire, presently known as the United Kingdom!  Australia's ties to the [...]

27 04, 2012

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Why Richmond, Why? Save Our Statues By: Philip Riggan April 16, 2012 What can we do to Save Our Statues? - Me These are tough economic times, but Richmond's statues already have jobs, they just need our tender loving care. We're in a tough spot because we keep stressing how important tourism dollars are to our economy in Richmond and Virginia. Check figures from the Richmond Metropolitan Convention & Visitors Bureau: [...]

27 04, 2012

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Southern media spin about Dixie hurts the South! The South is still enduring recontruction, Southern news media's PC reporting is detremental to its viewers! by Mark Vogl (conservative) Monday, April 16, 2012 Recently, reports about a new “Flags Across the South” project in Paducah, Ky received a less than favorable report by WPSD-TV there. Are reporters at Southern stations naive, or are they knowingly repeating scar tactics and false representations of the [...]

17 04, 2012

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Coopting the Christian South Wednesday, April 11, 2012 It's okay to call yourself "Christian" and take a political stand in your church or in public IF - and only if - you support the liberal, big-government agenda. Therefore, the oh-so-politically-correct Charlotte Observer has no problem when ministers attack Amendment One, which would affirm traditional marriage in the North Carolina Constitution. And if you support that same liberal, big-government agenda, it's also okay [...]

17 04, 2012

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Confederate flag raises concerns Jason Hibbs Apr 12, 2012 MCCRACKEN COUNTY, Ky. — A giant Confederate flag: that's what will soon be flying over a local community and near a busy interstate. The group behind the flag and the memorial park where it will fly said they're not trying to stir up trouble. But lots of people say that's happening anyway, so they are speaking out against the group's plans. Among them [...]

17 04, 2012

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Group plans to fly Confederate flag near Kentucky interstate April 12, 2012 Associated Press PADUCAH, Ky. –  A Confederate history organization has put up a flagpole in western Kentucky near Interstate 24 and plans to fly a large battle flag. The pole is on private land in Reidland at exit 16. The Paducah Sun reported Kentucky division commander John Suttles of the Sons of Confederate Veterans said the land for a memorial [...]

17 04, 2012

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The South: Not all Bubbas and banjos Todd Leopold CNN Apr 14 2012 His name is Gerald Lester Watson Jr., but he goes by Bubba. The newest Masters champion is a proud Bulldog, a graduate of the University of Georgia. He owns the General Lee, the Confederate flag-emblazoned car from "The Dukes of Hazzard." And he loves God and his momma: He thanked the former and hugged the latter at the tournament's [...]