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17 04, 2012

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Let's create a Confederate holiday! Economics drives politics, if consumers buy Southern, the South will rise! by Mark Vogl (conservative) Tuesday, April 10, 2012 Let's create a Confederate Holiday! One of the great lessons of America is that how people spend their money shapes our society!  Where money goes, politically correct follows. Please consider what I have written above. Take a moment. Think about it. Do you agree that if people spend [...]

17 04, 2012

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So Where Did Our Troubles Begin? Part Two April 10, 2012 by Al Benson Jr. Since all these rejections of the Reformed faith, which was the foundational cornerstone of the nation, only continued to grow and never diminish, it stands to reason that the problems the apostates brought in because of their unbelief had to affect the country. During the late 1700s,  membership in the Congregational churches was comprised of 60% women, [...]

17 04, 2012

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Help in the Legal Battle to Save NC's Confederate Monuments From: northcarolinasouth Date: Mon, Apr 9, 2012 To: NCSouth@yahoogroups.com The Historical Preservation Action Committee (HPAC) has joined forces with the North Carolina Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans to protect North Carolina's Confederate monuments in a big way. But they need your help. Send donations for legal fees to HPAC at P.O. Box 684, Reidsville, NC 27323. When the City of Reidsville, NC [...]

10 04, 2012

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Podcast: Fighting for the Reidsville, NC Confederate monument April 8, 2012 By Michael This afternoon it was a pleasure to speak with a leading Southern heritage activist in the Old North State about his efforts to have the toppled Confederate soldier statue restored to its former position of honour in the centre of Reidsville, North Carolina. Jamie Funkhouser has been holding demonstrations in support of the statue since last August, standing in [...]

10 04, 2012

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A celebration of Confederate flags at the capitol Apr 7, 2012 LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) Out on state capitol grounds, the Sons of Confederate Veterans observed the 150th anniversary of the War Between the States. Attendees brought examples of flags used by Arkansas units and of the Confederate army during the Civil War. Those attending say the celebration is a reminder of sacrifices made by their ancestors. Organizers say the celebration combined [...]

10 04, 2012

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Is politics killing the SCV? Part I Saturday, April 07, 2012 Are liberals and Democrat compatriots dividing the SCV, and obstructing the Charge? By Mark Vogl Boy do I know how to stir the pot! But, the question is a real one. The Sons of Confederate Veterans has a reputation among its members for lack of zeal in defending and promoting Southern heritage. Why? Are there people in the SCV who obstruct [...]

10 04, 2012

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Sons of Confederate Veterans seeks to protect Broad Street monument Tuesday, April 3, 2012 Sons of Confederate Veterans seeks to protect Broad Street monument By Bianca Cain Johnson Staff Writer A century and a half after the American Civil War, Augusta’s Sons of Confederate Veterans has another fight on their hands – trying to protect the 1878 memorial monument from skateboarders. “We’re just trying to preserve it,” said Quartermaster Joe Winstead, who [...]

10 04, 2012

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Comments deserve a discussion, not hatred The Daily Progress April 04, 2012 Everybody has a right to an opinion. Especially when that opinion involves a legitimate community issue. Charlottesville Councilor Kristin Szakos has been subjected to vicious criticism since she asked, at a Virginia Festival of the Book discussion session with a Civil War historian, whether Charlottesville’s Confederate-related statues should be “torn down” or “balanced out.” For the record, let us repeat: [...]

10 04, 2012

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Confederate History Month has come under fire from those most in need of it A Belle's Eye View Confederate History Month has come under fire from those most in need of it Wednesday, April 4, 2012 CHRISTINE BARR In addition to being Women’s History Month, April is, for many Southern states, Confederate History Month. On this, the sesquicentennial of the Late Unpleasantness, it is a commemoration which has come under fire from [...]

10 04, 2012

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Groups protest exclusion of Confederate flag at Museum Wednesday, April 4, 2012 By STEPHANIE A.JAMES Staff Writer The opening of the Appomattox branch of the Museum of the Confederacy drew a crowd in the hundreds, but among them were protesters that had a gripe about the Confederate battle flag not being flown outside of the museum. The protests were primarily peaceful, including an airplane that flew overhead prior to the ribbon-cutting for [...]