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Virginia Flaggers: HB587/Charlottesville Lee Statue Update

From: Virginia Flagger <info@vaflaggers.com> Date: Fri, Apr 22, 2016 Subject: Va Flaggers: HB587/Charlottesville Lee Statue Update   Legislative update: Wednesday, April 20th: After the House of Delegates easily voted to override Gov. McAuliffe’s Veto of HB587, a bill that would have clarified our monuments and memorials law, Senate Democrats, straight down party lines, goose-stepped with the NAACP and McAuliffe and refused to override the veto. This means that while the law still stands and our monuments are still protected, we will now likely have to spend time and resources in court to get the bill clarified. This also means that the NAACP and others will be scrambling to try and get monuments torn down before the court issues the clarification, just like we are seeing in Charlottesville. Senate Democrats would rather ALL Veterans’ monuments be at risk, than clarify the original intent of a bill that includes protecting Confederate war memorials. What a sad, sad day in the Commonwealth… and a reminder of how important it is to put the right people in office.   The night before the veto override session, the Governor hosted a reception for Democrats in the Governor’s Mansion, actually celebrating his vetoes of bills. He even took the opportunity to put up a billboard at the reception to highlight his actions. Look closely at the billboard and you will note that the veto of the monuments and memorial clarification bill was placed under the category of a victory AGAINST “discrimination”… ​                     We agree with the placement, but for an altogether different reason than the Governor… there is little doubt his veto of the monuments and memorials clarification bill discriminates against veterans!   Charlottesville:   The Save LEE Park/RE Lee Statue Rally and City Council meeting…

Across the South, Confederate statues take their final stand by Jennifer Brett

NEW ORLEANS – For more than 130 years, a statue of Gen. Robert E. Lee has towered over the Crescent City from atop a 60-foot marble column. His days there appear to be numbered. The statue, unveiled in 1884 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1991, is one of several historic statues with a Confederate connection that the city council has voted to remove. A lawsuit filed in federal court here by the Monumental Task Committee, Louisiana Landmarks Society, Foundation for Historical Louisiana, and Beauregard Camp, No. 130, a chapter of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, has put those plans on hold for the moment. A hearing is scheduled for Jan. 14. The action mirrors discussions and efforts throughout the South, including Atlanta, aimed at dispensing with Confederate imagery. In July 2015, the month after the mass shooting at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal in Charleston that killed nine black worshipers, the Atlanta chapter of the NAACP called for the Confederate engraving to be sandblasted off the side of Stone Mountain. “It is time for Georgia and other Southern states to end the glorification of slavery and white supremacy paid for and maintained with the taxes of all its citizens,” the chapter said in a statement at the time. “NAACP Atlanta chapter is calling for the immediate removal of all Confederate Memorial Monuments maintained by the state of Georgia using taxpayer money.” That proposal didn’t gain much traction. More recently, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed called for local Civil Rights leaders to work out plans to erect a monument honoring Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. atop Stone Mountain. Elsewhere, efforts to scrub the South of its Confederate heritage include a proposal to remove “Silent Sam,” a bronze statue on the campus of the University of North Carolina at…

Kutztown University lifting unconstitutional ban on Confederate flag

Kutztown University has just announced that it’s lifting its ban on Confederate flags (and Nazi flags), a ban that extended even into students’ own dorm rooms:   Kutztown University recently announced a proposed change to its housing decoration policy restricting the display of symbols that promote messages inconsistent with the values of the university. Upon learning of the change, university legal counsel asked us to refrain from implementing the policy in order to permit a review for constitutionality. As a result of this review, references to any specific content, such as symbols, will be removed from the policy. The university will educate our students and other members of our community, so they will understand the historical and modern context for these symbols, and we will continue to advocate for an environment wherein all those associated with our university can feel valued and safe.   I still don’t like universities’ use of “safe” to mean “safe from offensive speech.” But at least the First Amendment violation is apparently going away.   UPDATE: Note that if the university is planning on keeping the other part of the policy — “[a]ll decorations in common areas in the residence hall and apartments must take into consideration that obscene, distasteful displays which are demeaning to an individual’s or group’s race, ethnic, religious background, and/or gender or ability, will not be permitted and will be removed immediately” — that too would violate the First Amendment, as the earlier post explained.   UPDATE: A commenter suggested that a university could ban Confederate flags, because of the Supreme Court’s recent decision allowing Texas not to print Confederate flag plates as part of its specialty license plate program. But that’s not right: Viewpoint-based restrictions on people’s speech are unconstitutional, even when the government is specifying which signs people may…

Robert E. Lee’s Name to Remain on Texas School

Robert E. Lee’s Name Will Remain on NEISD High School Posted Tuesday, December 8th 2015 @ 12pm The name of Confederate General Robert E. Lee will remain on a North East ISD High School, News Radio 1200 WOAI’s Morgan Montalvo reports. The board voted 5-2 not to change the name of Robert E. Lee High School following several hours of emotional debate from members of the public, and members of the board. “How do we really care about growing out minority students in school, when minority students have to make a choice about going to a school named Robert E. Lee?” said Chris Herring, who organized the effort to change the name of the school. Letti Bresnahan, the President of the NEISD Board of Education, who voted against the name change, said the Administration instead will launch an effort to weed out any evidence of racism or racial indignities in the district’s facilities. “There might be some symbols and some icons that maybe should be removed, symbols that have been adopted by groups that represent racial hatred and racial divide, and we don’t want that in our schools,” she said. Herring says if they really want to wipe out ‘racial hatred’ they don’t have to look any further than the name on the school building itself. “Robert E. Lee is a symbol, Robert E. Lee is a sign, Robert E. Lee represents the Confederacy,” he said. Last night’s vote closes the issue of renaming the high school. The issue of how the USA recognizes and honors figures who are associated with the Confederacy burst into the public eye earlier this year when a Confederate flag waving white supremecist shot and killed nine people in a historic African American church in South Carolina. While Confederate President Jefferson Davis and other Confederate figures have had their…

VA Flaggers: Mechanicsville Christmas Parade

Over the years, we have enjoyed participating in the Mechanicsville Christmas Parade.  It is always very Confederate friendly, and we receive a warm welcome and support from organizers and spectators.  We had to wonder, with the PC anti-Confederate backlash set in motion since Governor Haley stripped the Confederate Flag from the Confederate Monument in Columbia almost 5 months ago, if things might be different this year.  Turns out it was VERY different, but not in the way we might have guessed.. From the moment we stepped off and offered the first child a stick flag, we were literally swarmed with kids (and adults!) wanting flags.  Before we had gotten halfway through the parade route we had given out over 1,000 flags, and exhausted our supply. ​General Jackson was a huge hit with the kids! Over 50 strong, our group was the first in a series of Confederate units that were grouped together in the parade. The Edmund Ruffin Fire-Eaters Color Guard led our unit, and almost as soon as the flags came into sight, we could hear the crowd start to roar! The scene was repeated over and over again as we were met with rousing cheers and enthusiastic support throughout the entire parade, much more so than in previous years. ​We were greeted with shouts of “God bless y’all”  “Keep it flying” and many, many expressions of thanks. For our Flaggers, it was a welcome and much needed break from dealing with the hate, bigotry, and abuse they often face on the front lines.  The overwhelmingly positive response and show of love and support was a great boost and almost every participant commented on the incredible experience. ​We were absolutely stunned…and thrilled…at the outpouring of support and encouragement. Pay no attention to the haters, folks…Dixie is alive and well…and…

BUSTED! SPLC’s Fabricated Hate Crimes Brought to Light

BUSTED! SPLC’s Dothan Police Drug Planting Claim Is A Hoax DECEMBER 3, 2015 “Leaked documents reveal Dothan, Ala., police planted drugs on young black men for years.” Southern Poverty Law Center [SPLC] December 2nd, 2015 Left-wing websites have been buzzing about a claim that over twelve Dothan, AL police officers framed innocent black men. The officers allegedly planted drugs on innocent black victims for years.  Most cited the SPLC as their source. The SPLC pushed the allegation on their website and on their twitter account. Now the SPLC has been forced to admit that their accusations are totally without merit. The websites of the Montgomery Advertiser, Dothan Eagle, Washington Post, and Slate.com have all blasted the SPLC for spreading a hoax! A humiliated SPLC spokesman confessed to reporters that they have not seen the alleged documents and that “we have no information to substantiate … claims.” SPLC employees immediately scrubbed a bunch of odious tweets that pushed the false claims. However, currently the SPLC website still contains a statement saying that the fake story is true. The SPLC is a fake civil rights organization that has raked in hundreds of millions of dollars by claiming that a few thousand KKK members and Neo-Nazis pose a large immediate threat to all of society. Recently the national spokesman for the Anti-Defamation League slammed the SPLC. He said that the SPLC’s claims about Neo-Nazis are “wildly inflated.” Last October a Florida judge ordered the SPLC to pay $130k to the Polk County Sheriff’s Department for filing a frivolous lawsuit. The Judge slammed the SPLC writing that the group used ““untrue, heightened, and emotional language . . . to conceal their lack of a case.” On October 19th, 2015 the SPLC falsly claimed that white racists were trying to burn down black churches in St….

UNLV president says school needs to keep Rebel name

UNLV president says school needs to keep Rebel name; no ties to Confederacy Published November 30, 2015 Associated Press Facebook45 Twitter0 Email Print Feb. 1, 2014: In this file photo, UNLV mascot Hey Reb warms up the crowd before an NCAA college basketball game in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Isaac Brekken) CARSON CITY, Nev. –  UNLV President Len Jessup said the school needs to keep “Rebels” as its nickname in spite of calls for its removal, citing newly released historical research that concluded the moniker is not a reference to the Confederacy. Jessup issued a statement Monday saying the name embodies UNLV’s entrepreneurial spirit, and noting overwhelming support for the nickname and the “Hey Reb!” mascot. “It was coined as our young institution was fighting to establish its own identity, and it has come to represent the very independence and spirit that embodies both UNLV and Southern Nevada,” Jessup wrote in a message to the UNLV community. “It is clear that ‘Rebels’ is central to our shared identity and represents the broadest definition of the term.” Some have called for the name and mascot to be changed, saying the mustachioed, cowboy hat-wearing character appears to be a Confederate soldier. The university embarked on a formal research effort this summer after Democratic Sen. Harry Reid said regents should re-examine the Rebel nickname — comments made in the aftermath of an allegedly racially motivated mass shooting at a church in Charleston, South Carolina. The mascot also became a flashpoint during an on-campus demonstration organized in mid-November to show solidarity with protesters at the University of Missouri. UNLV Chief Diversity Officer Rainier Spencer finalized a 60-page research paper on the topic earlier this month, concluding the Rebel name emerged from southern Nevada students’ frustrations in the 1950s that the Legislature wasn’t investing as much in…

Lincoln on Tax

Lincoln On Tariffs From: JonWhite@TideFans.com Gentlemen, As for sources for President Lincoln’s thoughts on collecting tariff revenues, there are two sources from the time (April 1861) that address the issue: From the Baltimore Exchange, 23d ult. (i.e. April 23, 1861) Interview between Messengers of Peace and Mr. Lincoln The Baltimore Sun has the following in relation to the interview between the President and a committee of the "Young Men’s Christian Association of Baltimore," it says: We learn that a delegation from five of the Young Men’s Christian Associations of Baltimore, consisting of six members of each, yesterday proceeded to Washington for an interview with the President, the purpose being to intercede with him in behalf a peaceful policy, and to entreat him not to pass troops through Baltimore or Maryland. The Rev. Dr. Fuller, of the Baptist church, accompanied the party, by invitation, as chairman, and the conversation was conducted mainly between him and Mr. Lincoln, and was not heard entire by all the members of the Convention. Our informant, however, vouches for what we now write. He states that upon the introduction, they were received very cordially by Mr. Lincoln—a sort of rude familiarity of manner – and the conversation opened by Dr. Fuller seeking to impress upon Mr. Lincoln the vast responsibility of the position he occupied, and that upon him depended the issues, of peace or war—on one hand a terrible, fratricidal conflict, and on the other peace. “But” said Mr. Lincoln, what am I to do?” “Why, sir, let the country know that you are disposed to recognize the independence of the Southern States. I say nothing of secession; recognize the fact that they have formed a Government of their own; that they will never be united again with the North, and peace will instantly take…

Dewey 2

Dear Dr. McNeel, This morning my heart is overflowing with thanks to you in the behalf of your students and your community. Thank you so much for over ruling Byron Jones and his bigoted policies. In the past few days I have received many calls for help from your community and students . All were deeply concerned, some were distraught, some angry to the point of violence, and others felt helpless and alone. They were all looking for help and answers. You have provided that help and we are all deeply appreciative. Thank you for replacing paranoid, ignorant school policy with sensible, educated policy. Hundreds of thousands of Southern heritage advocates thank you. And most of all, I know that your students and their parents thank you for restoring their freedom to be proud of their ancestors, their heritage and who they are. Best Regards, Dewey Barber Owner, Dixie Outfitters *************************************************************************** UPDATE: Setting the Record Straight, July 15, 2009 by Dewey W. Barber, Dixie Outfitters Sensible policy has prevailed at South Caldwell High School and no further problems regarding shirts bearing images of the Confederate battle flag have been brought forth. We have learned since this incident that Byron Jones, principal at SCHS during this incident, is a true Son of the South. His Confederate ancestors proudly fought for the South in defense of their home and family. Mr. Jones knows the real truth of our Southern heritage. We have also learned that the overturned SCHS policy that discriminated against our Southern children was not composed by Mr. Jones but was dictated by his superiors.

Manse Jolly Rides Again In Lawsuit

Confederate War veteran ‘Manse’ Jolly rides again in circuit court lawsuit WALHALLA, SC — The next battle for a more than 140-year-old tintype thought to be of Anderson County’s own scourge of all things Yankee will take place April 20. Anderson County Circuit CourtJudge J.C. “Buddy” Nicholson is expected to rule on a motion asking that a lawsuit against Jack L. Hunt of Westminster be dismissed because the plaintiffs seeking to gain possession of a purported tintype of Civil War renegade Manse Jolly from Hunt lack the standing to bring legal action. According to Hunt’s attorney, Julian Stoudemire, the tintype belongs to Gladys Sims of Westminster, who Hunt has said asked him to hold the tintype for safekeeping, and not to the relatives of Sims, who claim Hunt has taken advantage of Sims to gain possession of the artifact. Stoudemire also asked for sanctions for filing of a frivolous action and filed a counterclaim alleging the plaintiffs have defamed Hunt’s character. He seeks unspecified actual and punitive damages. Manson “Manse” Sherill Jolly was a former Confederate soldier who is reputed to have killed perhaps several dozen Union soldiers following his return to Anderson County after the Civil War. He later fled to Texas, where he drowned crossing a flooded river. If the tintype is of Jolly it would, according to experts, be only the third such image of him known to exist. Gladys Sims, 87, has said her mother-in-law gave the tintype to her years ago for safekeeping. The tintype was an heirloom within the Sims family, which claims descent from the Jolly family. Sims, in turn, has said she gave the tintype to Hunt. Hunt has denied having any personal interest in the tintype and has refused to turn it over to anyone except Sims, should she ask him…

Black Confederate Soldiers

  Black Confederate Soldiers From: cathy wood Mr. H. K. At the time I sent this email out I didn’t have your email address. I wanted to send this to you to let you know how the Veteran’s Administration is doing. This has been posted on "Echo" the SCV list and I have received several emails from men in different SCV camps in other states along with ladies of the UDC, which I am a member and President of our Chapter here in Pulaski, TN. But I am doing this as a private citizen not as a representative of the UDC. Thank you in advance. Cathy Gordon Wood 377 Malone Rd. Pulaski, TN 38478 SOUTHERN BY THE GRACE OF GOD!! CATHY W.   **************************************************   — On Fri, 2/13/09, cathy wood From: cathy wood Hi Dan, Cathy again. What I was going to tell you this morning. I started this project about a year ago, knowing that 2009 was Giles County/Pulaski’s Bicentennial. I wanted to honor the Black Confederate soldiers that served from Giles County and also buried in Giles County. This was going to be our Confederate History Month (April) event along with the Giles County/Pulaski Bicentennial. Looks like it will be later in the year. I found where there were 11 Black Confederate soldiers from Giles County that applied for a pension. I also found 5 that died before the pension was in place or just didn’t apply. Since then I have found 2 more that didn’t apply, making a total so far 18. I went to the archives and got the application for pension for the 11. Then I filled out the form for the markers and faxed them in. I faxed these late one afternoon and by 8:30 the next morning a lady from Nashville VA…

Who Cares?

Who Cares about the Civil War? by Harry Browne I believe an understanding of the Civil War has great relevance to the future of liberty in America. It may be the most misunderstood of all American wars. And so much of what we lament today — government intrusions on civil liberties, unlimited taxation, corporate welfare, disregarding of the Constitution, funny money — date back to programs started during the Civil War. Although slavery was an ever-present political issue in the early 1800s, it wasn’t the immediate cause of the war. In fact, Abraham Lincoln in his first inaugural address vowed that he wouldn’t interfere with slavery. You can read his speech at http://showcase.netins.net/web/creative/lincoln/speeches/1inaug.htm He also said the North wouldn’t invade the South unless necessary to collect taxes. Before the war, the main concern about slavery was whether new states and territories would come into the Union as free states or slave states. This affected the balance of power in Congress, and both Northerners and Southerners worried that the other region might dominate Congress. Taxes Why then was the Civil War fought? As with most wars, there’s no single answer. But the predominant cause was taxation. Before his election, Lincoln had promoted very high tariffs (federal taxes on foreign imports), using the receipts to build railroads, canals, roads, and other federal pork-barrel projects. The tariffs protected Northern manufacturers from foreign competition, and were paid mostly by the non-manufacturing South, while most of the proposed boondoggles were to be built in the North. Thus the South was being forced to subsidize Northern corporate welfare. Secession When Lincoln was elected, South Carolina saw a grim future ahead and seceded. Other Southern states quickly followed suit. No declaration of secession gave slavery as the reason. Lincoln asserted that no state had a right to…

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Part VI

Part VI COMMITTEE OF FIFTEEN        The committee of fifteen was carefully selected to carry out its purpose, viz., to perpetuate the power and continued existence of the Republican party. It was the duty of this committee to visit the lately seceded States and take testimony for the guidance of Congress in coming to a correct conclusion. It was divided into sub-committees. There being but three Democrats on the committee, most of the sub-committees visiting more than one-half of the States had no Democrat on them to cross-question witnesses or call for witnesses to present the side of the people to be investigated. It may be stated generally here that the Democrats in Congress and in the North were opposed to the extreme and radical measures of reconstruction, and joined with the president to hinder and alleviate all harsh legislation against the South. They were the only ones in those days who said a kind word for the South, or tried to befriend her, although they had been good Union men and had done their full duty to the North in the war against the South.        The people to be investigated and inquired into were of the whole South. They had not a single representative in Congress to speak for them, and the Democrats who did speak were classed as copperheads, sympathizing with the South in her war against the Union. A more one-sided, partisan, unfair, ungenerous investigation was never set on foot against a helpless people. A fair sample of the work of this committee is given when they investigated Alabama. "As to the condition of Alabama, only five persons who claimed to be citizens were examined. They were all Republican politicians. The testimony of each was bitterly partisan. Under the government of the State as it then existed, no…

Shirt Sparks Fight

Confederate shirts spark fashion fight in schools April 6, 2001 Web posted at 5:45 p.m. EDT (2145GMT) RICHMOND HILL, Georgia (AP)—Zane Dunn wore a banned T-shirts to school and became a rebel with a Confederate cause. Like six other students at Richmond Hill Middle School, 14-year-old Zane was suspended for a day because of the Confederate flag on the shirt. More that a century after Lee surrendered at Appomattox and a few moths after defenders of Confederate symbols lost battles in the Georgia and South Carolina statehouses, the fight over Southern heritage has moved to schoolhouses. "My Confederate ancestors, they died for this flag," said 14-year-old Zane, whose mother bought him the shirt after another student was suspended. "I was born and raised in the South and I have to stand up for it." Educators say they have banned Confederate symbols to prevent racial violence. Parents and students from Richmond Hill, 18 miles south of Savannah, wore Confederate shirts and bandanas to a recent Bryan County school board meeting to protest the suspensions last month. In Cairo, Georgia, rebel flag-waving parents picketed their school board after 50 students at Cairo High School and Washington Middle School were told to change their Confederate shirts. The American Civil Liberties Union has gotten involved in a similar controversy in Brunswick, Ga., where the principal of Jane Macon Middle School wrote to parents saying the shirts caused "rumors of threats and impending fights." Cairo High principal Wayne Tootle said the actions do not stem from political correctness but from school shootings that have taught administrators to be wary of anything that might lead to violence. "School folks are in a very precarious situation," Tootle said. "If they don’t do something to try to prevent, and something happens, then the parents and news media will…

State Rights Returning?

From: "David Anderson" <scotreb@bellsouth.net> Date: October 8, 2008 A US Supreme Court case that got very little attention may be returning us to the days of the substantial state’s rights our ancestors  intended. In Medellin v. Texas, Mr. Medellin, a Mexican, killed two young women in Texas and was convicted of murder.  His lawyers appealed to the World  Court arguing that the Vienna Convention (to which the US is a signatory)  required Texas to allow Mr. Medellin to contact the Mexican consulate before his  trial. The World Court agreed and required the US to give Mr. Medellin a  new trial. The Bush Administration ordered Texas to do so.  Texas  refused and set up the gas chamber for Mr. Medellin.  The Bush  Administration appealed to the US Supreme Court. The Court found for Texas, citing the fact, among others, that states  have a substantial amount of sovereignty granted by the Constitution  and may not necessarily be bound by all national obligations such as  international  treaties.   States have rights, and the Federal  government has to respect them. Thus, it appears that the Roberts’ Court feels that the state’s rights need to be protected.  Does this include secession?  In an era of red  and blue states, and contentious politics, this is an important case  interpreting the Constitution. David Anderson ————————————————————————————– "Liberty is always won where there exists the unconquerable will to be free, and we have reason to know the strength that is given by a conscious sense, not only of the magnitude, but of the righteousness of our cause." ~ Jefferson Davis, President C.S.A., State of the Confederacy Address, November 18, 1861.

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