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23 08, 2012

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Patriots of the C.S.A., Inc. a much needed organization! The 150th Anniversary of States Rights, Secession, the C.S.A. is proving it takes more then blood ancestry to vindicate the Cause! by Mark Vogl (conservative) Monday, August 20, 2012 There is a clear and present danger to the memory, and more importantly the vindication of the Confederate States of America and the Cause that led to secession. This Sesquicentennial has proven that even [...]

23 08, 2012

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Bus Driver Wins Big Free Speech Victory August 22, 2012 Bus Driver Wins Big Free Speech Victory Earlier in the year, AMERICAN FREE PRESS wrote about Ken Webber, the 29-year-old married father of four, who was fired from his job as a school bus driver in Oregon, when the superintendent of the school district he worked for caught a glimpse of a novelty Confederate flag hanging from the CB antenna on his [...]

23 08, 2012

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GEORGIA MOURNS THE PASSING OF HER LAST "REAL SON" Tuesday, August 21, 2012 (SAVANNAH - August 21, 2012) On Saturday, August 18, 2012, in the south Georgia town of Terryville, the last surviving "real" son of a Confederate veteran from Georgia passed away. John Charles McDonald, 76 years old at the time of his passing, was the son of James Malachi McDonald (1847-1941) of the 4th Georgia Cavalry during the late War [...]

23 08, 2012

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Haywood commissioners wade gingerly into Confederate flag fray Wednesday, 22 August 2012 Written by  Caitlin Bowling About 20 Southern heritage supporters lined a bench of Haywood County’s historic courtroom in Waynesville Monday, a show of force county commissioners were likely prepared for as they took on the perpetually controversial issue of Confederate flags: are they a symbol of hate or of heritage? Some wore suits; some wore jeans and T-shirts; and a [...]

23 08, 2012

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Ku Klux Klan Monument Stirs Controversy Wednesday, 22 Aug 2012 SELMA, Ala. (WSFA) - The renovation of a monument to Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest continues in Selma, Alabama despite the efforts of those who want it stopped. The organization Friends of Forrest ordered a new bust of Forrest to replace one that was recently stolen and are building a bigger and better monument to the general, while sprucing up the larger [...]

20 08, 2012

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A FREE, SOVEREIGN AND INDEPENDENT GEORGIA "Is it possible?" In this short article I will try to answer this question: Is it possible for Georgia to exist independent of the United States? First we will look at what seems to be on everyone's mind, that is, the economic meltdown. Then we will look at the political question wrapped around the moral question of size and scale. Then a brief look at our [...]

20 08, 2012

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Anonymity, Vague Concepts, Inability or Willingness to Articulate What Southern Is Thursday, August 16, 2012 Anonymity, Vague Concepts, Inability or Willingness to Articulate What Southern Is By Mark Vogl johnyreb43@yahoo.com A recent article posted through Southern Heritage News and Views titled "Yankee in the Wood Pile" provided an excellent opportunity to illustrate that there are people competing for your sympathies as a Southerner whose modus operandi may indicate a dangerous outcome should [...]

20 08, 2012

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Mississippi concerned about football and images from the past August 17, 2012 By TEREZ A. PAYLOR The Kansas City Star Tre' Stallings stands outside a hotel ballroom, his mind clearly elsewhere, a smile on his face. The former Mississippi and Chiefs offensive lineman was right in the middle of the Southeastern Conference's football media days last month in Alabama. But mentally, Stallings was, for a brief moment, back in Oxford, Miss., reliving [...]

20 08, 2012

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Civil War Anniversary Brings Angst, Racial Tension To Mississippi By EMILY WAGSTER PETTUS 08/17/12 JACKSON, Miss. — Commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Civil War can be an angst-filled task in Mississippi, with its long history of racial strife and a state flag that still bears the Confederate battle emblem. Well-intentioned Mississippians who work for racial reconciliation say slavery was morally indefensible. Still, some speak in hushed tones as they confess a [...]

17 08, 2012

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SPLC connected to Left-wing terrorist in DC? August 15, 2012 By Michael The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) has been fanning the flames of extremism against the Family Research Council (FRC), a Christian lobbying organisation. Now we have word that a gunman, perhaps radicalised by the SPLC’s far-Left propaganda, has stormed the FRC’s headquarters in Washington, DC, opening fire on a security guard. The guard, who was shot in the arm, managed [...]