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All Hail Obama!

All Hail Obama!

Obama‘s recent executive order loosening deportation policy is unfortunate for a number of reasons. Not only has he skirted Constitutional principle and process, he has abused the feelings and sentiments of Hispanic voters, and has exploited the plight of illegals here — especially the children. Like Lincoln and the slaves before him, Obama plays the illegal alien card for […]

Confederate Monument in Jasper, Alabama

Confederate Monument in Jasper, Alabama

The city of  Jasper, in Walker county of Alabama, is home to one of the states many confederate monuments. The area fell victim to pillaging, burning, and who knows what other savagery as Union forces marched toward Selma raiding deep into the Southland. The monument stands at the front of the courthouse square. It was erected in 1907 by […]

What Started the Civil War?

What Started the Civil War?

This weekend, while taking a mini-vacation with the family to Stone Mountain in Georgia,  I read on one of the displays there in the Memorial Hall museum that, “the Civil War started when Confederate soldiers fired on federal troops at Fort Sumter.” Now that’s just not a fair statement. It is severely biased and not a little misleading. It disturbed me […]

Crooked Creek & Streight’s Raid

Crooked Creek & Streight’s Raid

A few weekends ago my girls and I took most of Saturday for leisure and site seeing. We made our way up to Rickwood Caverns near Empire, AL, which is not very far from where we live . Then we took out from there to make the long way back home. My intended route was to swing […]

The Murrell Home

The Murrell Home

We made it back home safe to the heart of Dixie after visiting the Indian Nations territory. Perhaps you are unaware that during the war between the States all five of the Civilized Indian nations officially aligned with the Confederacy. They even committed Indian troops to the fray, among which were the notable Cherokee Braves and Choctaw […]

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