Tag Archives: Civil War

4/9/65

Of course, most astute followers of our history realize that the War really solved nothing and that even though the shooting part of the War has abated for now, the cultural phase of the War has been cranking up since … Continue reading

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Sentiment For Separation In The Far West

Truly the West was (and still is) deeply affected by the War and its aftermath in a way that has never been fully grasped. The Yankee/Marxist mindset that prevailed in Atlanta and the March to the Sea also eventually prevailed at Wounded … Continue reading

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Did Lincoln’s Theological Views Reflect His Political Actions?

Lincoln made it clear his main intent was to get that Southern tariff money–no matter what. He said “My policy sought only to collect the Revenue (a 40 percent federal sales tax on imports to Southern states under the Morrill … Continue reading

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How “History” Professors View the “Civil War”

He had some interesting commentary in his article that backed up what Donnie Kennedy and I said in our book Lincoln’s Marxists.  The title of his article was The Civil War Was a Victory for Marx and Working-Class Radicals. Ah yes, democracy, … Continue reading

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The Tyrant Abe

This liberalized version of history does not chronicle the political shenanigans that were undertaken by groups to harden their centralized (federal) grasp on power, as is still the case today. Indeed it is. Today it is the West’s turn to … Continue reading

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A Legion of Devils

By Al Benson A review of Karen Stokes, A Legion of Devils: Sherman in South Carolina (Shotwell Press, 2017). Many of us have read about the horrendous things William Tecumseh Sherman did as he and his “bummers” marched through Georgia, things … Continue reading

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Las Vegas Shooting Victim: “There Was 100% More Than One Shooter,” Gates To Concert Were Locked Shortly Before Attack

…after being shot he ran “about 200 yards” to hide behind a car, all the while hearing bullets fly past him at what he believes was ground level. “I’m waiting and all of a sudden we hear a little whizzing … Continue reading

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Civil War and the Status Quo

So, we have two groups, pushed into corners, and between them is… nothing. They are deeply polarized and don’t have anything in common anymore. There are a lot of sub-groups but the great divide can pretty well be summed up … Continue reading

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Alert! 40 Percent Of Americans Now ‘Prefer Socialism To Capitalism’

Years upon years of “training” in our failing system of public education has convinced large numbers of our young people that the solution to our economic ills is to move more toward socialism. I used to wonder why. Why did … Continue reading

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Key Words For Confederate Monuments–“On Private Land”

The key to putting up our monuments, flags, and memorials is to start doing it on private land! The folks mentioned in this article have shown that this can be done, and for the sake of our children and their children’s futures … Continue reading

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