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Michael Chris
Saturday, March 18, 2017 05:51 AM
Lamp posts along new Rampart streetcar line commemorate ‘Confederate Domination’
NEW ORLEANS —  Last year, the City of New Orleans cut the ribbon on the new streetcar line that runs along North Rampart.  It took two years to build and includes a series of streetlights that were chosen for the $40 million project because they blend in with the historic neighborho... Read More
Christopher Rice
Thursday, March 03, 2016 22:25 PM
Pro-Cruz robocall hits Trump on Confederate flag
A pro-Ted Cruz robocall in South Carolina is slamming Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump and tying him to Gov. Nikki Haley (R)  for supporting the removal of the Confederate battle flag from public property."Put it in a museum, let it go," the robocall says, q... Read More
Christopher Rice
Thursday, October 08, 2015 14:47 PM
A Story of Real Stratagem - General Streight surrenders to General Forrest
A Story of Real StratagemGeneral Streight surrenders to General ForrestIn less than thirty minutes after Forrest crossed Black Creek, Streight's raiders were driven from the other side of the stream.  The Federals hurried on to Gadsden, but they were followed by some of Forrest's army.  Th... Read More
Christopher Rice
Monday, October 05, 2015 05:25 AM
Emma Sansom: The Girl who showed General Forrest the Lost Ford
This was taken from 'History Stories of Alabama', Alabama State Textbook.  Originally printed 1924, Reprinted 1952.  This was a textbook used in schools to educate on the history of Alabama.  It is reprinted here exactly as it appears within the pages of the textbook.Emma SansomThe Gi... Read More
Christopher Rice
Monday, September 28, 2015 01:31 AM
Confederate Flag - from old Alabama textbook
This was taken from 'History Stories of Alabama', Alabama State Textbook.  Originally printed 1924, Reprinted 1952.  This was a textbook used in schools to educate on the history of Alabama.  It is reprinted here exactly as it appears within the pages of the textbook.Confederate FlagA... Read More
Christopher Rice
Sunday, September 27, 2015 19:09 PM
Jefferson Davis - from old Alabama textbook
This was taken from 'History Stories of Alabama', Alabama State Textbook.  Originally printed 1924, Reprinted 1952.  This was a textbook used in schools to educate on the history of Alabama.It is reprinted here exactly as it appears within the pages of the textbook.Jefferson DavisMemories ... Read More
Christopher Rice
Wednesday, September 23, 2015 03:13 AM
This day in history - Sept. 22, 1862 - Emancipation Proclamation
The following document is the Emancipation Proclamation, made by President Lincoln on September 22, 1862. The Emancipation Proclamation granted freedom to the slaves in the Confederate States if the States did not return to the Union by January 1, 1863. In addition, under this proclamation, freedom ... Read More
Christopher Rice
Friday, September 04, 2015 04:00 AM
How to successfully debate a Yankee or Scalawag on the Issues of the Confederacy - Part II
Previous PageThis article is the second part of a multi-part article entitled 'How to successfully debate a Yankee or Scalawag on the Issues of the Confederacy'.  The first part can be found:  here.In this article I will be discussing the common arguments given by anti-Confederates.  ... Read More
Christopher Rice
Wednesday, September 02, 2015 17:57 PM
How to successfully debate a Yankee or Scalawag on the Issues of the Confederacy - Part I
In this article I will be discussing the common arguments given by anti-Confederates.  They range from the causes of war, slavery, racism, and more.  I have given consideration to each argument and given my answer as accurately as possible.Next Page    1.  Confederate... Read More
Chris Brantley
Wednesday, August 26, 2015 08:20 AM
Why The Battle Flag Matters To Me
The Confederate Battle Flag means a lot of things to a lot of people. This is just one man's thoughts. Love it or hate it , really doesn't matter muc to me. See, what matters to me is my Great, Great Grandfather Isaac Monroe Brantley, starving half to death during the 47 day siege of Vicksburg, MS. ... Read More
Christopher Rice
Monday, August 24, 2015 23:57 PM
Appeals Court rules for SCV
Reverses dismissal of earlier Chancery Court ruling.The N. B. Forrest Camp 215 Sons of Confederate Veterans is pleased to forward the announcement that the Tennessee Court of Appeals on Friday reversed Shelby County Chancery Courts dismissal of the lawsuit against the city arising from City Council... Read More
Christopher Rice
Tuesday, August 18, 2015 02:17 AM
The War or Southern Independence and Slavery
The War for Southern Independence and Slavery Some people have taken the stance that the War for Southern Independence was based solely on slavery.  This could not be further from the truth, as we will attempt to explain in this article.   Firstly, let me address the war as it... Read More
Thomas Grubb
Tuesday, August, Aug 2015 20:42 PM
Misplaced Confederate Soldier
This is a story about 3 brothers, Pleasant Ritchey, Marvel Ritchie and Ivy Ritchie all served in the Confederate Army. Pleasant was my greatgreat grandfather serving with the 5th Reg Co F North Carolina, Marvel with the 28th Reg Co D North Carolina and Ivy with the 14th Reg Co H North Caro... Read More
Kristi Long Wheatley
Tuesday, August, Aug 2015 08:36 AM
Not a federal fairytale
  I am a southern belle through and through.  6th generation born on this red dirt.  My childhood filled with the sweet aroma of magnolias so fragrant you knew they were there.  Gentlemen hold doors for ladies and ladies know what a real lady is.  Manners so sweet no ne... Read More
Susan Kent
Tuesday, August, Aug 2015 00:25 AM
Racism, States' Rights and Confederate Battle Flag
Written by Greg KentAll the recent fuss about public display of the Confederate Battle flag is a bit surprising.  After all, the flag didn't make the Charleston shooter commit those murders.  It seems like long-pent-up rage against the Confederacy has been expressed from liberals, blacks... Read More
Christopher Rice
Monday, July, Jul 2015 16:50 PM
The proposed 13th Amendments
In the days before the start of the civil war several amendments were proposed in effort to bring the union back together.  One was Joint House Resolution 80, otherwise known as the Corwin Amendment.  The original text is as follows:H_Res 80Joint Resolution to amend the Constitution o... Read More
Confederate Rising
Saturday, July, Jul 2015 02:58 AM
It's not Dixie's fault
By Thomas J. Sugrue July 17  The tragic Charleston, S.C., church shooting, in which nine black worshipers were killed, allegedly by a Confederate-flag-supporting white supremacist, has unleashed a new battle over Southern culture. Confederate monuments have been defaced; leaders... Read More
Christopher Rice
Monday, July 15, 2014 23:36 PM
Group wins case to sell Confederate license plates in Texas
AUSTIN A Southern heritage group defeated Texas on Monday, celebrating a court decision expected to force Texas to issue license plates adorned with the Confederate battle flag.A federal appeals panel ruled 2-1 that the Department of Motor Vehicles had violated the Sons of Confederat... Read More


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