December 25, 2020

Dear Ms. Lunelle,

On this Sunday morning of December 20, 2020, which would mark my last day in Florida, the Honorable and Renowned Attorney, David McCallister, and I would begin the day by attending the morning church service of St. Catherine of Alexandria Episcopal Church, the church denomination of the Honorable General Robert E. Lee, a Christ-like figure in the South and arguably in the North.

It was no secret to Mr. McCallister and I that the hierarchy of the Episcopalians had thrown General Lee and his men under the bus. First, removing the plaque on Robert E. Lee’s home church in Alexandria, VA.

And the biggest gaffe of all, removing from the National Cathedral, the mural stained glass window with the likeness of General Lee and General Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson.

After gazing upon the church bulletin, lots of questions would form into my mind…… why was a Catholic Saint being used as the namesake of an Episcopal church? And, while it is known that only the Catholics had engaged in the operations of enrolling a person in the list of saints, the Episcopalians had taken up what can only be described as the next best thing; describing one as blessed.

And, lo and behold, in this bulletin of the day, there was the sister of a Confederate nurse (Edmonia Diggs), “Charlotte Diggs Moon” being offered thanksgivings, petitions and intercessions as a blessed one. Could this be delitescent, or were the politically correct arm of the church unaware as they, like many scalawags, mirroring those of the Last Supper in which the betrayal of Jesus surfaced practicing the same kind of betrayal?

All the discussions of this matter would have to wait as Mr. McCallister and I would have to join you in completing the Charge of Save Southern Heritage Florida in placing wreaths at the base of Confederate soldier Cenotaphs across the state, thanks to those who made them possible. First, to the City of Brooksville, Florida, then to the once Historic Courthouse grounds of the Manatee County Courthouse in Bradenton, Florida, where the Cenotaph of the Confederate soldier had been removed and, finally, to Tampa, where the Cenotaph of the Confederate soldier had been removed after the county commissioners vote to not remove it was overturned after one of its commissioners invited the domestic terrorists of Black Lives Matter, ANTIFA and any others that George Soros could bus in to disturb the peace.

It was a great day in Dixie as the people at every location not only watched the placing of the wreaths but also cheered our actions.

In conclusion, I would sincerely like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas, and a Happy and Prosperous New Year, and an offering of thanks to those who help support our endeavors to vindicate the good name of our ancestors as we try so desperately to bring to an end the sacrilege and carnage of those who have joined with Satan to bring upon the decent patriotic, God-fearing people of the South. God bless you!

Your brother,


Chairman, Board of Advisors Emeritus, Southern Legal Resource Center
Member, Save Southern Heritage Florida
Honorary Life Member, Ladies Memorial Association
Confederate Legion, Judah P. Benjamin Camp 2640, Sons of Confederate Veterans
Honorary Life Member, Augusta Jane Evans Chapter 2610, United Daughters of the Confederacy
Honorary Life Member, Forrest Orphans Camp 1744, Sons of Confederate Veterans
Honorary Life Member, Bradford Rose Camp 1638, Sons of Confederate Veterans
Honorary Life Member, Zebulon B. Vance Camp 15, Sons of Confederate Veterans
Honorary Associate Member, Abner Baker Chapter 14, United Daughters of the Confederacy
Honorary Life Member, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Georgia Orders of the Confederate Rose
President, Southern Heritage 411