Monthly Archives: August 2012

30 08, 2012

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Cultural Marxism and Christianity August 29, 2012    By Al Benson Jr. A few years ago on my website I did an article about a college professor in Delaware who made the absurd claim that only white people have the ability to be racists and no one else has that ability. My first thought at that time was “how can people pay good money to these schools and send their kids there [...]

30 08, 2012

News 2723

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A warning from the past about Rainbow Confederates August 27, 2012 By Michael Frank Conner concludes his book The South Under Siege: 1830-2000 with some advice for Southerners about how to save the traditional South and move towards independence. One of the many points he makes is to warn against an unfortunate and self-destructive trend that was emerging at the time. Connor could not have known that this trend would continue and [...]

30 08, 2012

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Secessionist Movements Grow Across U.S. Posted by Bill Rummel August 28, 2012 By Victor Thorn With dissent higher in this country than it has been in decades, a number of secessionist groups are asking the question: Would certain states or territories be better off if they seceded from the union? On August 16 AMERICAN FREE PRESS interviewed Thomas Naylor, the founder of the Second Vermont Republic, which is at the forefront of [...]

30 08, 2012

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Confederate monument planned for courthouse City, county approve Civil War monument Aug 28, 2012 Cheri Reeves Robertson County Times A dedication is being planned next month in Springfield for a Confederate Memorial to be placed on the lawn of the Robertson County Courthouse. The Springfield Board of Mayor and Aldermen approved a parade application for the Gen. Jon Hunt Morgan Camp 270 SCV, Sons of Confederate Veterans, that will close down part [...]

30 08, 2012

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Confederate Flag Stripped from 'Dukes of Hazzard' Car By Elizabeth Durand Aug 28, 2012 It's time to wave bye-bye to the Confederate flag — from the "Dukes of Hazzard" car, at least. That's right, in a somewhat controversial decision, Warner Bros., the studio that owns the theatrical, DVD and licensing rights to the franchise, has decided to remove the flag from all future versions of General Lee. But how do Bo and [...]

30 08, 2012

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Back to the main articles page      Open Report III - The Children - August 25, 2012 On Saturday evening, August 25, 2012, at the home of Ms. Lunelle Siegel, in pure delight, I along with Captain Phil Walters and Commander David R. McCallister of the SCV Judah P. Benjamin Camp would address the Children of the Confederacy. I would tell them about the road that lies ahead of them as they enter [...]

30 08, 2012

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Back to the main articles page      An Open Report / August 25, 2012 On Saturday morning, August 25, 2012, the Founding President, Mrs. Lunelle Siegel, of the Augusta Jane Evans Wilson 2640 Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy in Tampa, Florida would bring me to tears as she presented me with the Christian Cross of St. Andrew that had donned the coffin of her husband and that had been presented [...]

28 08, 2012

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VA Flaggers join the Confederate fight By: Danielle Battaglia August 25, 2012 Last Sunday, a new group — the Virginia Flaggers — moved into Reidsville to protest the former site of the Reidsville Confederate Monument. The Reidsville Confederate Monument was knocked down in May 2011 after a Greensboro man drove into the monument, which was located at the intersection of West Morehead and South Scales streets, striking the base of the [...]

28 08, 2012

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Karen Cooper Speaks Out August 3 by Brooks D. Simpson    People who have followed the saga of the Virginia Flaggers movement have noted that among their activists is Karen Cooper.  She’s often present at various Flagging activities in Virginia.  Recently Cooper was interviewed about why she’s interested in Flagging and in southern heritage. I found what Cooper had to say to be very interesting and revealing.  For example, when she declares that [...]

28 08, 2012

News 2717

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Divisive flag mars fair visit By Brian Stanley August 25, 2012 I enjoyed 99 percent of the Will County Fair. But I left slightly conflicted. Wondering if I should respect someone’s right to free expression or criticize their apparent insensitivity to others. The Peotone fairgrounds seemed bigger when I was last there 20 years ago, but everything looked safe and sanitary Wednesday night. It was a good reminder to someone who spends [...]