Monthly Archives: July 2012

15 07, 2012

News 2643

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Confederate Veterans Push Flag Issue July 4, 2012 ROANOKE, Va. (AP) — The Sons of Confederate Veterans is appealing the dismissal of its lawsuit challenging Lexington’s decision to banish the Confederate flag and other banners from city light poles. Attorneys for the Rutherford Institute signaled their appeal Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Roanoke. The civil rights group is appealing to the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond. A judge [...]

15 07, 2012

News 2642

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When Americans Understood the Declaration of Independence by Thomas J. DiLorenzo The Fourth of July was not always a national celebration of the militarization of American society and of the federal government’s never-ending quest for world domination (disguised as "defending our interests abroad"). Americans did not always attend church services on the Sunday before the Fourth of July to "honor" their "military heroes" and pray that they may kill many more human [...]

15 07, 2012

News 2641

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Davies Manor Plantation presents Civil War living history event July 1, 2012 Re-enactors scattered the grounds at Davies Manor Plantation demonstrating the social, economic and living conditions of the Civil War era, June 16-17. Spectators got a close-up look into the daily life of the Morning Sun settlement in June of 1862. Living historians portrayed the civilians and military personnel who might have been in the town on June 30, 1862. On [...]

15 07, 2012

News 2640

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Collierville re-enactment marks 150th anniversary of Civil War event By Tessa Duvall July 1, 2012 At the Collierville Historic Train Depot, it was 1862. Women dressed in hoop skirts and bonnets socialized on the platform.Across the street on the town square, it was 2012. Dozens of digital cameras and iPhones were out, waiting to capture the events that would soon unfold. Although exact details are debated, local members of Sons of Confederate [...]

15 07, 2012

News 2639

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Confederates politely fought for Fort Brooke By RODNEY KITE-POWELL Special correspondent July 01, 2012 The Tampa area doesn't have the same Civil War legacy as other regions in the country, but a number of significant events did occur here. The main source of these events was the continued conflict between the U.S. Navy's blockading squadron and the Confederate defenders of Fort Brooke. Early in the war, Tampa's John T. Lesley organized a [...]

15 07, 2012

News 2636

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Go back in time at White House of the Confederacy Friday, Jun. 29, 2012 Go back in time at White House of the Confederacy Destination: Richmond, Va. By Elaine Jean Special to the Times The meticulously restored home of Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederate States of America, might be called incongruous with its surroundings. Smack-dab in the middle of the VCU Medical Center and with the Civil War 150 years in [...]

15 07, 2012

News 2635

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The establishment of the SECESSION CLOCK, set at 6PM. During the Cold War a "Doomsday clock" was created, today we start a new clock to evaluate how close the U.S. is to seeing a state secede! by Mark Vogl (conservative) Thursday, June 28, 2012 During the Cold War, the Doomsday Clock was created as a subjective measure of the possibility of a nuclear exchange between the United States and the Soviet Union. [...]

12 07, 2012

Hkedgerton 451

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Back to the main articles page      An Open Report / The Cold War Between The States In their 2002 Fall issue of The Carolina Rose, the North Carolina Society Order of the Confederate Rose would adequately define the purpose of the Historic March Across Dixie as an attempt by a proud Southern Black man, and his two brothers, to expand the awareness of the need to defend Southern Heritage, history and the [...]

1 07, 2012

News 2633

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Improvement plan to give Confederate Circle 'new look' June 27, 2012 SELMA — A lot of money is being raised to improve security for a monument honoring one of the most admired, most despised officers of the Civil War. Earlier this year, a bust of Confederate Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest was removed from a concrete pedestal at Selma’s Live Oak Cemetery. The person or persons who did it haven’t been caught despite [...]

1 07, 2012

News 2632

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State's Rights Were Murdered At Appomattox, Virginia Monday, 25 June 2012 J. D. Longstreet The Confederates Were RIGHT! Salmon P. Chase, a former Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court, said: "State's rights died at Appomattox."  Chief Justice Chase was absolutely correct. As one considers the current state of affairs between the US government and the individual states, which form the so-called "American Union" today, one absolutely must agree with the [...]