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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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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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Revisionist History Hits Roadblock in Alabama As Monuments Find Protection

As if it weren’t enough for the liberals of our nation to control the current historical narrative via their stranglehold on the mainstream media, the left has been intimately involved in revising past history as well. Usually, anyone who refers to … Continue reading

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The Sniper Who Slayed More Than 100 Union Soldiers

When two of Hinson’s sons were caught with rifles by a Union patrol while hunting squirrels, they were executed on suspicion of guerrilla activity, their decapitated heads delivered to Bubbling Springs, the Hinson plantation, and mounted on gateposts. That was … Continue reading

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Federal Judge Promotes Cultural Marxism in Mississippi

…what about the dignity of all those citizens of Mississippi and other places who have had ancestors that fought in the Confederate armies? Are not those of us who have Confederate ancestors due the dignity of celebrating and remembering our … Continue reading

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The War Didn’t End At Appomattox

…the Confederate Government never did surrender. President Davis and his cabinet fled with the intent of working their way west to continue the struggle against Yankee/Marxism. Most of them were captured. A couple got away. But, for all that, the  … Continue reading

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The American Religion of Violence

 Where did this very un-Christian “religion” of violence come from?  The answer to this question is that it first developed as a part of New England’s neo-Puritanical “Yankees” in the early and mid-nineteenth century.  It reached its zenith in the … Continue reading

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Why The War Was Not About Slavery

A very informative article on the most lied about part of American history. — jtl, 419   by Clyde Wilson, Clyde Wilson Library, Abbeville Institute Conventional wisdom of the moment tells us that the great war of 1861—1865 was “about” slavery … Continue reading

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Young: Controversy of Confederate flag is overblown

 “The cross itself is a symbol of redemption and reconciliation. And just because a few people used it for other purposes…we don’t need to jump to emotional conclusions,” Young said. Does anybody think this will ever make the national news? … Continue reading

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