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Confederate Heritage Celebrations

Confederate Heritage Celebrations

This coming Monday, the 25th (the fourth Monday of April, to be precise), is Alabama‘s official Confederate Memorial Day. I encourage all Alabamians to celebrate by displaying your Confederate flags and emblems, attending any special events held or planned for that day, especially state sponsored ones, and by talking about it (and our heritage) to others. Let […]

Slavery or Independence

Slavery or Independence

Question. If the South was primarily or essentially more about the preservation of slavery than anything else then why, when offered the chance by the Lincoln administration to have the US Constitution amended to include a clear affirmation of the inviolability of slavery as the cost of peace and reunification, did the South not jump […]

Bipartisian Imperialism

Bipartisian Imperialism

Being born and raised in the United States, such as it is, one can’t help but wonder if sufficient reform might be had so as to restore this nation and government to it’s original intent and premise. If such could be had I imagine many Confederates would gladly concede to a continued and willing participation […]

Economy of a Free South

Economy of a Free South

Are We Prosperous Enough? According to research performed by the League of the South we are. They report: Under the old method of calculating GDP (gross domestic product), which used official currency exchange rates instead of purchasing power parity, the thirteen Southern States had the world’s fourth largest economy 1990, behind the US, Japan, and […]

Lincoln on Self Determination

Lincoln on Self Determination

Mind you, these are the words of President Lincoln (of the Union) & NOT President Davis (of the Confederacy). What affirmation of self determination, secessionism, and independence! “Any people, anywhere, being inclined and having the power, have the right to rise up and shake off the existing government, and form a new one that suits […]

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