Monthly Archives: July 2012

15 07, 2012

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The stunning consequence if McClellan had won the Seven Days...and the war July 5, 2012 By: Gregg Clemmer Nothing beats primary source materials. Yet entrenched opinions can cripple one’s understanding of the past. Fueled by such distortions as personal agendas, sectional bias, and political correctness, we can easily come to believe … what we want to believe. Consider the Emancipation Proclamation. Pulitzer Prize winning author and Lincoln scholar Mark E. Neely, Jr., [...]

15 07, 2012

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The Final Executive Order: Death of the Republic Tuesday, July 10, 2012 by Ron Holland ----------------- This is a fictional story showing how the last vestiges of the republic, your personal wealth and gold could disappear in 24 hours. "The illusion of freedom will continue as long as it's profitable to continue the illusion. At the point where the illusion becomes too expensive to maintain, they will just take down the scenery, [...]

15 07, 2012

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Stonewall's Eyes Tuesday, July 10, 2012 By Bob Hurst For as long as I can remember, I have had an affinity for people's names that seemed to portend an individuality to the bearer that was not granted to those whose names were not so intriguing. There have been names that I found appealing because there was a suggestion of power implicit in the name. The ancient Assyrian king, Ashurbanipal, had such a [...]

15 07, 2012

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Confederate flag in parade draws attention of nation By Diana Alba Soular Posted:   07/10/2012 LAS CRUCES — Controversy surrounding a Confederate flag displayed on the grand-prize winning float in the city's Independence Day parade — for better or for worse —has garnered a national spotlight. And the Las Cruces Tea Party's parade float has sparked a debate about the constitutional guarantee to freedom of expression, prompting the ACLU of New Mexico [...]

15 07, 2012

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191st Birthday Tribute to General Forrest Monday, July 09, 2012 By Calvin E. Johnson, Jr., Speaker, Writer of Historical Essays, Author of book “When America Stood for God, Family and Country” and Chairman of the Confederate History and Heritage Month Committee for the Sons of Confederate Veterans. Please share this story with teachers, students, historians, church members, librarians, civic groups, Civil Rights groups and all who love American history and wish [...]

15 07, 2012

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Las Cruces Tea Party Defends Using Confederate Flag On Fourth Of July Parade Float July 10, 2012 The Las Cruces Tea Party in New Mexico decided that it would be a good idea to fly the confederate flag during the Las Electric Light Parade on the Fourth of July. The flag drew sharp criticism from the city’s Mayor. The float, however, won first prize at the end of the parade. Mayor Ken [...]

15 07, 2012

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Well done, Gentlemen! Friday, July 06, 2012 It was not to long ago that I received a call from an old school mate regarding an item that he bought as a scrap metal piece for his business. My friend was a dealer in scarp metal and this particular item caught his eye in the separation process. It was a cast iron object that had on it imprinted or forged a Confederate flag. [...]

15 07, 2012

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Ted Nugent Wonders if 'We'd Have Been Better Off if the South Had Won the Civil War' 7/6/2012 by Jordan Zakarin The Detroit-born rocker rages against Chief Justice John Roberts and his deciding vote in the Supreme Court's ruling on health reform last week. Worried about the legacy of the Founding Fathers of the United States of America, Ted Nugent is now pondering whether the world would have been better off had [...]

15 07, 2012

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Agenda 21 and Confederate Heritage Posted on July 7, 2012    by Al Benson Jr. There are many people in the Confederate and Southern Movement that know little or nothing about the United Nations and its agenda, and therefore they pay no attention to what this pro-Marxist organization is doing. It seems far removed from their concerns pertaining to their heritage and history and so they just ignore it. Nothing could be further [...]

15 07, 2012

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Heart Attack Victim Marches In July 4th Parade Again, A Year After Collapsing July 4, 2012 HINSDALE, Ill. (CBS) – The 4th of July isn’t just any holiday for a man named Ron Raidy. It’s anniversary of the day he died and was brought back to life. It happened exactly one year ago, while he was marching in Hinsdale’s Independence Day parade. CBS 2’s Dana Kozlov reports Raidy was marching again a [...]