You’re not in Kansas anymore Wendy

Two groups are preparing to march on Saturday in support of Confederate monuments on the University of Mississippi campus and in opposition to the school’s decision to remove its former mascot, Colonel Reb. Confederate 901 and The Hiwaymen are organizing the Mississippi Stands Rally at a Confederate monument located on the college’s campus, the Clarion Ledger reported Tuesday.

So far there are 95 people who said on a Facebook page that they are going and more than 350 people are interested.  The groups said they are protesting Ole Miss because the university “disregarded and disrespected the traditions of a once great southern university.”  “Far to long the administration has kowtowed to the minority left leaning students and basically have done everything that they have demanded,” they wrote on the event page. The groups are calling for supporters who are “fed up with this Political Correctness BS” to join them.


As Marxist thugs go about the Southland vandalizing statues and monuments, it. now seems that these “college educated” illiterates can’t even tell the difference between Robert E. Lee and William C. Lee – or between the War Between the States and World War II even. General William C. Lee, whose statue sets outside the Airborne Museum in his hometown of Dunn, North Carolina is considered an “international hero of World War II.” Police say someone doused the statue in some kind of a flammable liquid and set it on fire. They suspect that the vandals did so thinking it was a statue of Robert E. Lee.  Besides sharing the same last name, General Robert E. Lee and General William C. Lee have nothing in common and are not related.

William Lee, of WWII fame, is considered the father of the airborne in which there were plenty of black paratroopers, a very diverse outfit. The Dunn police department is investigating. There is a $1,000 reward for any information leading to an arrest. You can contact the Dunn Police at 910-892-2222.



Barriers were added around the downtown Confederate War Memorial on Monday after it was vandalized during the weekend.  Someone used red spray paint to scrawl an expletive, with three letter K’s at the end, along with the words “Trump” and “Freedom,” at the base of the 120-year-old memorial. A crew specializing in art and monument care was able to wipe most of the surface paint off the stone. A city parks crew used a power washer to remove the rest. Public arts program manager Kay Kallos said there shouldn’t be any permanent damage to the memorial.  The vandalism came days after the Dallas City Council voted to authorize spending nearly $500,000 to remove the memorial from the park next to the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center. The Landmark Commission still has to approve the removal.



A resolution to ban Confederate clothing in Albemarle schools was back on the agenda at the February 14 Albemarle County School Board meeting. The last time the issue came up, in August, we reported that six people were arrested. As before, School Board members were split on the issue. Once again they postponed the decision to a future meeting. This angered Superintendent Matt Haas who is essentially driving the train to implement the ban.  Board members Steve Koleszar, Kate Acuff, and Jason Buyaki, who wore a Confederate tie at one of the board’s previous discussions of the topic, said they felt the ban violated the First Amendment and failed to solve the underlying problem of racism. Chair Jonno Alcaro implied he was reluctant to pass it for similar reasons, and decided to table the resolution until the next meeting, on February 28, to hear public concerns and allow the Board more time to review the language. Board member David Oberg supported the resolution, as did Graham Paige, who said he had evolved on the issue. Citing the School Health Advisory Board report, Katrina Callsen also supported the resolution.  Koleszar stated that: “You know, Martin Luther King warned about how the Northern liberal was more dangerous than the white racist,” he said.  “I am not a Northern liberal,” Paige retorted. The room erupted in laughter. Not willing to wait for the School Board, Superintendent Haas said he would “use his authority to prevent students from wearing Confederate imagery in the meantime…. I am now saying that you cannot wear these outfits to school. “Chair Alcaro has since said: “I look forward to approving the anti-racism consent resolution in the next meeting.” We urge all of our readers in the area to attend the Feb. 28th meeting.




Leaders in the Nauck neighborhood are seeking to change the community’s name to “Green Valley.” The community is currently named for John D. Nauck, a German immigrant who served in the Confederate Army, then purchased a total of 79 acres of land in the area in 1874 and 1875.


In an open letter to the Nauck community distributed Friday (Feb. 15), longtime civic leader Dr. Alfred Taylor argues that it is “inappropriate for the diverse community to venerate a person who fought to preserve slavery and whose memory evokes painful reminders of laws that segregated and excluded African Americans from public life.”




A Confederate Flag on the license plate of the car from “Smokey and the Bandit” was enough for the Detroit City Council to deny a permit for a planned event at Cobo Center next week, according to the Associated Press.


Promoter’s for the Autorama car show, a 3-day annual scheduled for next weekend at Cobo Center had scheduled a stunt jump in tribute to late actor Burt Reynolds and the iconic car from the film. However, council members took exception to the flag on the license plate, citing the flag as a symbol of racism.


Councilman Scott Benson went on to say that Autorama “has a history of supporting imagery and symbols of racism, oppression and white supremacy.”


“In addition,” Benson added, “‘Smokey and the Bandit,’ which still proudly flies the Confederate flag, which is a symbol of oppression, slavery and home-bred American terrorism.”


Currently the car-show promoters are promissing to remove the Confederate Flag from the iconic Trans-Am in exchange for a reconsideration on the permits.




The Confederate monument removed from West Palm Beach in 2017 has been re-erected and re-dedicated by the SCV in Mobile, Alabama earlier this month at Confederate Rest Cemetery in Baldwin County.




The Democratic leader in the Arkansas House filed legislation Friday to remove a reference to the Confederacy from the law that explains the symbols on the State Flag.


The single blue star above the state’s name in the white diamond on the flag commemorates the Confederate States of America, that is, according to the 1924 resolution setting the current design of the flag. The design of the flag was later adopted into state law in 1987.


House Bill 1487, filed by House Minority Leader Charles Blake, D-Little Rock, would amend Arkansas Code Annotated 1-4-101 to state that the star “commemorates the heritage and contribution of the Quapaw, Osage, and Caddo tribes and other Native American nations who inhabited Arkansas,” prior to European contact.




16 states have sued President Trump to block his declaration of an emergency and to prohibit him from building a wall along the southern border. In response the President is demanding that California return 2.5 billion dollars to the Federal government that was misappropriated for a bullet-train project.


President Trump nominated Jeffry Rosen from the Transportation Department to replace Rod Rosenstein as Deputy Attorney General.




President Trump sent out a tweet on Wednesday claiming that New Mexico’s section of birder wall had been completed 47 days ahead of schedule.




Bernie Sanders has announced his candidacy for president in 2020. He hired Faiz Shakir of the SCLU as his campaign manager.




The Amerian Free Press (AFP) reports that the federal government collected a record $1.7 trillion in individual income taxes in 2018, according to the Treasury Department.




Microsoft plans to add a “NewsGuard” feature to its upcoming Edge web browser, sparking concerns over media censorship and attempts to dissuade readers from visiting alternative news websites such as AMERICAN FREE PRESS and DIXIE HERITAGE.


A company started by career mainstream media editors and journalists, NewsGuard uses a peer-reviewed nine-point grading system to evaluate news organizations on trustworthiness, transparency, and journalistic integrity, to name a few categories. Using a red or green indicator, NewsGuard claims to “help” users determine which news sources are reliable and which repeatedly publish “fake news.” It is no surprise that all of the “safe” news outlets are mainstream.




At noon on Saturday, March 9th, there will be a rally at the Arkansas State Capitol in Little Rock. The purpose of this rally is twofold, to oppose abortion and to oppose Red Flag laws.


There are two pending bills being considered by the State Legislature of particular interest to us. One would restrict abortions in Arkansas if the overturning of Roe vs. Wade by the SCOTUS in the near future allows states to pass their own laws concerning the issue.


Senate Bill 149 by Jason Rapert of Conway sponsored the legislation which is expected to pass and be signed into law by the governor, allowing Arkansas to join North and South Dakota and Mississippi and Louisiana with similar preemptive laws ready to take effect should Ruth Bader Ginsberg be replaced by a less liberal judge on the Supreme Court.


The second bill is a Red Flag gun confiscation bill which could be used to target conservatives or politically incorrect persons for reporting by anyone


Rep. Gred Leding and Sen. Will Bond are sponsors of the bill, supported by the governor, which would allow a citizen’s firearms to be seized by force without any criminal conviction or due processs to see them disarmed.


The right to bear arms is in the Constitution. The right to bury babies isn’t.


All supporters of the second amendment and the sanctity of unborn life are invited to attend these peaceful rallies, which are expected to be opposed by a coalition of radical feminist and LGBTQP activists, including Antifa, who are in favor of disarming law abiding Americans and murdering pre-natal children.




Peter Tork, bass player for The Monkees passed away this week at age 77.


by Al Benson, Jr.


Al Benson, Jr., is the Editor of the Copperhead Chronicle. In addition to writing for Southern Patriot and other publications, he is a member of the Confederate Society of America and the League of the South.


One of those who receives my blog articles is a good friend in Illinois, Tom Parent, who has been a political observer and writer over the years.


He recently commented on one of my article on public education in this country. Tom wrote: “The Socialists and Communists peddle the lie that, before public education, only the rich could afford a proper education for their children. Hence the need for public education. Christians have fallen for this lie hook, line and sinker.


Thus believing this, they’re erroneously led to believe that they have to reform the public schools instead of seeing the real need for Bible-based Christian education. Until this illusion regarding public education is revealed for the lie it really is,we will gullibly continue to support the idea for the need of public schools.”


I have to admit that Tom has a valid point. Christians have been sold a bill of goods when it comes to public education and, unfortunately, the vast majority of them have just not bothered to do any homework on the subject at all. Someone peddles to them the old line about the crying need for public schools and it never occurs to them to ask any questions. They blindly accept what they’re told or what they have always seen and the thought of asking “why” never enters their minds. Harmless as doves they are-wise as serpents they ain’t! As Tom says, most of what they have been told in this area is a bald-faced lie.


Back in the early 1980s author Sam Blumenfeld (now deceased) wrote an informative book called Is Public Education Necessary? Mr. Blumenfeld contended it wasn’t. Lest you wonder who Sam Blumenfeld was, he was an education expert and author of several books on education, among which were How To Start Your Own Private School-And Why You Need One and Alpha-Phonics: A Primer for Beginning Readers.


In the preface for Is Public Education Necessary? Blumenfeld noted: “Out of this labor came some fascinating discoveries: that American intellectual history is inseparable from its religious history; that public education was never needed, and that literacy in America was higher before compulsory public education than it is today; that socialists, who were very active in the public school movement, began operating covertly in secret cells in America as early as 1829, before the word socialism was even invented.”


Blumenfeld also went into the influence of Unitarianism on public education. Observing the Unitarian push for government schools he noted, on page 57: “The distance between subsidized common schools locally controlled by those who voluntarily established them and a national compulsory system of education run by a hierarchal elite as practiced in Prussia was considerable. It would take at least thirty years to bridge the gap, and the Harvard-Unitarian elite would be the principal builders of that bridge…Clearly, by 1823, the American people had about as much public education as they needed. In Massachusetts they had had too much, and the trend outside of Boston was away from the public school on the secondary level to the private academy. However, the Harvard-Unitarian elite, moved by their exalted vision of human perfectibility, had only begun to do their work.” In other words, the people of Massachusetts (and by extension, other states as well) were going to get public schools-whether they wanted them or not!


The Unitarians were undeterred and Blumenfeld noted: “The perfect man had yet to be created, but the Unitarians would not get the chance to create him if the people of Massachusetts kept whittling away at public education. It is interesting that the only thing the Unitarians liked about the Calvinist commonwealth was its education laws, which compelled communities to establish public schools. Time and again, in their drive to revive and expand public education, the Unitarians would piously quote these laws and bemoan their erosion and disuse.”


A survey done in 1817 in Boston showed the shocking lack of need for any public schools. At that time, there was a Latin school, an African school for black children, and “a school in the Almshouse for the children of paupers.” The city had eight public schools, 154 private schools and eight “charity free schools” The survey noted that “there were 283 children aged seven and under who attended no schools. Thus, an astonishing 96 percent of the town’s children were attending school, and the 4 percent who did not, had charity schools to attend if their parents wanted them to. Thus there was no justification at all for the creation of a system of public primary schools,…”


Of course the Massachusetts Unitarians kept rather quiet about the fact that they had gotten some of their ideas about early childhood education from socialist Robert Owen, who advocated that children be removed from the influence of their parents as early as possible so their “educators” could mold their thinking free of any parental involvement.


So today, when you hear all these educators’ plead for having the kiddies start school as early as three years old, you will know where those ideas originated. It was and is a socialist concept, and the idea of kindergartens is right along those same lines.


Christians need desperately to be aware of all this and most are not. Your children are being stolen from you in a broad daylight child highway robbery scenario guaranteed to let the educrats cleanse their brains of anything you parents have taught them about their place in history, their heritage and their culture. By the time the “educators” get through with your kids you will have little left of them but a rowdy batch of “social justice warriors” under the control of their teachers and professors. As Christians, you need to ask yourselves if that’s what you really want. If it isn’t, then you better get the kids out of the public school system.


by Dr. Pat Buchanan


Pat Buchanan has been a senior advisor to three Presidents, three times a candidate for the Presidency.


Both of America’s great national parties are coalitions.


But it is the Democratic Party that never ceases to celebrate diversity – racial, religious, ethnic, cultural – as its own and as America’s “greatest strength.” Understandably so, for the party is home to a multitude of minorities.


It is the domain of the LGBTQ movement. In presidential elections, Democrats win 70 percent of Hispanics, Jews and Asian-Americans, and 90 percent of African-Americans.


Yet, lately, the party seems to be careening into a virtual war of all against all. Democratic Governor Ralph Northam and Attorney General Mark Herring of Virginia have both admitted to using blackface.


Northam imitated Michael Jackson’s “moonwalk” in a 1984 dance contest. Herring, in 1980 at the University of Virginia, did a blackface impression of rap icon Kurtis Blow, who called it ugly and degrading.


The resignations of both have been demanded by Virginia’s black leadership. Northam and Herring, however, are defying the demands.


Meanwhile, Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax, only the second black ever to win statewide office, has been charged by two women with rape. And the demands for his resignation are growing louder and most insistent.


Yet if Fairfax is forced out, while the white governor and white attorney general get a pass, black leaders warn, all hell is going to bust loose.


The Democratic Party of Virginia was already convulsed over all the monuments, statues, schools, parks, highways and streets that bear the names of slave owners, Confederate soldiers and 19th- and 20th-century segregationists.


Across the Potomac, Ilhan Omar, the first ever Somali-American to serve in Congress, and a Muslim, ignited a firestorm last week when she gave this as the reason Congress faithfully votes the AIPAC line on Israel: “It’s all about the Benjamins, baby.”


The reference is to $100 bills, on which Ben Franklin’s face appears. The line is a rap lyric from a 1997 song by Puff Daddy.


Omar was saying Congress has been bought.


The House Democratic leadership demanded and got an apology from Omar for her use of an “anti-Semitic trope.”


But Omar now has company in the House. Palestinian-American Rep. Rashida Tlaib, also a Muslim, shares and airs her views on Israel.


The problem for Democrats?


These provocateurs are magnets for media. They speak for a rising minority in the party that regards Israel as an apartheid state that oppresses Palestinians. And they find an echo among millennials on the party’s socialist left.


As Thursday’s Washington Post headlined, this Omar flap “could forecast a Democratic divide on Israel.”


Indeed, it may have already done so.


When Senate Republicans proposed legislation to allow states to refuse to hire individuals or contractors who support the BDS movement to boycott Israel, Senators Kamala Harris, Cory Booker, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders all voted no.


The four say they are supporting freedom of speech to condemn Israeli policy. But to others it looks like a progressive Democratic blessing for those urging that Israel be treated the same way Ian Smith’s Rhodesia and apartheid South Africa were treated.


Within the Democratic coalition, Asian-Americans are now in conflict with blacks and Hispanics over admission policies at elite schools and universities.


Asian-Americans are “overrepresented” where students are admitted based on test scores or entrance exams. Black and Hispanic leaders are demanding that student bodies, regardless of test scores, look like the community. And if this requires affirmative action based upon race and ethnicity, so be it.


The LBGTQ community is now in court demanding all the rights and protections of the civil rights laws of the ’60s. This will bring gay groups into constant collisions with religious communities that adhere to traditional moral views on homosexuality.


The minorities of color in the Democratic coalition are growing, as the base of the GOP is aging and shrinking. But these minorities are also becoming more rivalrous, competitive and demanding. And the further they move left, they more they move outside the American mainstream.


The pledge of allegiance this writer recited every day of school, reads: “I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.”


Today, the antifa left desecrates the flag, as liberals praise NFL players who “take a knee” during the national anthem. Militant migrants march under Mexican flags to protest border security policies. The “republic” has been by “our democracy.”


We are no longer “one nation … indivisible” We have almost ceased talking to one another. As for “under God,” added in 1954, Democrats at their Charlotte Convention sought to have God excised from the party platform.


“Liberty” has been supplanted by diversity, “justice” by equality.


But as Revolutionary France, Stalin’s USSR, Mao’s China, Castro’s Cuba and Hugo Chavez’s Venezuela proved, regimes that promise utopian and egalitarian societies inevitably reveal themselves to be undertakers of freedom, America’s cause.


by H. K. Edgerton


H. K. Edgerton is a former president of the NAACP. He is now an activist for Southern heritage and member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans. He is on the board of the Southern Legal Resource Center.


It could not be more fitting and proper for the Honorable Attorney David R. McCallister to seek a seat in the State House of the Great State of Florida.


A State that its people and Governor tout as being the most friendly to Veterans in the whole of the Union.


While I cannot attest to the validity of that statement, I can attest to the lone voice of Mr. McCallister coming from the deep, deep Forest of Veteran Despair as Memorials to these warriors of the people past and present, are vandalized and destroyed with no penalty for the desecration. Yet always standing before the body he now seeks to be a part of, seeking just resolution for the Florida sons and daughters deemed Veterans.


The Hillsborough County Commissioners vowed that it would seek a way to to input the trends and issues important and impacting the diverse communities that it serves; so they formed a Diversity Advisory Council to help them deliver that Charge.


And from the deep, deep Forest of Diversity Despair, stepped the infamous and highly respected Attorney David R. McCallister, who not only volunteered to serve on the Council, but because of his highly recognizable forte; he was chosen by the Council President to Chair a committee to restructure its policy and goals to meet the intent of the County Commission.


And for those of us no matter where in the south forty we may be, who rant and rave about the judicial system’s bias against Southern Heritage and our historical past, with seemingly no equal protection afforded under the law, and the unwarranted defamation of our people ……. let us not miss the opportunity to send a true champion of the people whose knowledge and gift of persuasion will win the day.


Help Mr. McCallister with a monetary donation, and leg support so needed to win the first of his battle; “Getting There.”


His web site is:


by James Bovard


James Bovard is the author of Lost Rights, Attention Deficit Democracy, and Public Policy Hooligan. He is also a USA Today columnist. Follow him on Twitter @JimBovard .


Bill Barr is now the Attorney General. While the questions in his Senate hearing focused heavily on Barr’s views on Special Counsel Robert Mueller, nobody was asking about Barr’s legal crusade for blanket immunity for federal agents who killed American citizens.


Barr received a routine questionnaire from the Judiciary Committee asking him to disclose his past work including pro bono activities “serving the disadvantaged.” The “disadvantaged” that Barr spent the most time helping was an FBI agent who slayed an Idaho mother holding her baby in 1992. Barr spent two weeks organizing former Attorneys General and others to support “an FBI sniper in defending against criminal charges in connection with the Ruby Ridge incident.” Barr also “assisted in framing legal arguments advanced… in the district court and the subsequent appeal to the Ninth Circuit,” he told the committee.


That charitable work (for an FBI agent who already had a federally-paid law firm defending him) helped tamp down one of the biggest scandals during Barr’s time as Attorney General from 1991 to early 1993. Barr was responsible for both the U.S. Marshals Service and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, two federal agencies whose misconduct at Ruby Ridge ” helped to weaken the bond of trust that must exist between ordinary Americans and our law enforcement agencies,” according to a 1995 Senate Judiciary Committee report.


After Randy Weaver was entrapped by an undercover federal agent, U.S. marshals trespassed on Weaver’s land and killed his 14-year-old son, Sammy. The following day, FBI sniper Lon Horiuchi killed his wife, Vicki, as she was standing in the cabin doorway. Horiuchi had previously shot Randy Weaver in the back after he stepped out of the cabin. The suspects were never given a warning or a chance to surrender and had taken no action against FBI agents. Weaver survived.


After an Idaho jury found Weaver not guilty on almost all charges, federal judge Edward Lodge slammed the Justice Department and FBI for concealing evidence and showing “a callous disregard for the rights of the defendants and the interests of justice .” A Justice Department internal investigation compiled a 542-page report detailing federal misconduct and coverups in the case and suggested criminal charges against FBI officials involved in Ruby Ridge.


Barr told the New York Times in 1993 that he was not directly involved in the Ruby Ridge operation. Two years later, the Washington Post revealed that “top officials of the Bush Justice Department had at least 20 [phone] contacts concerning Ruby Ridge in the 24 hours before Vicki Weaver was shot,” including two calls involving Barr.


In January 1995, FBI director Louis Freeh announced wrist slaps for the FBI officials involved, including his friend Larry Potts, who supervised the operation from headquarters and who approved the shoot-without-provocation orders that “contravened the constitution of the United States,” according to the Justice Department internal report. When Attorney General Janet Reno later nominated Potts for deputy director of the FBI, top newspapers and members of Congress protested but Barr told the New York Times that his friend Potts ” was deliberate and careful, and I developed a great deal of confidence in his judgment… I can’t think of enough good things to say about him.” A few months later, the FBI suspended Potts after suspected perjury regarding Ruby Ridge. (Potts was not charged and retired two years later.)


The Justice Department paid $3 million to settle a wrongful death lawsuit from the Weaver family. But when Boundary County, Idaho filed criminal charges against Horiuchi, Barr sprang to action seeking immunity for FBI snipers. He spearheaded efforts to sway the court to dismiss all charges because holding a sniper liable would ” severely undermine, if not cripple, the ability of future attorneys general to rely on such specialized units in moments of crisis such as hostage taking and terrorist acts.”


When the Justice Department won an initial appeals court victory in the case in 2000, federal judge Alex Kozinski warned in a dissent of a new James Bond “007 standard for the use of deadly force” against American citizens. The same court reversed that decision the following year. Kozinski, writing for the majority, declared:


” A group of FBI agents formulated rules of engagement that permitted their colleagues to hide in the bushes and gun down men who posed no immediate threat. Such wartime rules are patently unconstitutional for a police action.”


Does William Barr still endorse “wartime rules” and a “007 standard” that absolve federal agents for questionable shootings of Americans? Does Barr consider “illegal government killings” to be an oxymoron? Best of all, can Barr explain to us his understanding of the phrase “government under the law”?




Dr. Ed is a pastor, author, public speaker, radio personality, lobbyist, re-enactor, and the Director of Dixie Heritage.


Earlier this week, Jim Schutze, who has been a columnist in the Dallas Observer since 1998, described the United Daughters of the Confederacy in that publication as having, “basically always been a bunch of war-torn rebel bitches standing around giving a big old middle finger to the Yankees and to African-Americans.”


Meanwhile, I received the following from one of our subscribers, explaining to me why she is cancelling her subscription:


Dear Chaplain Ed:


I am writing to inform you why I unsubscribed. In the beginning, the Dixie Heritage Newsletter was more about Southern heritage and history, but now it’s mostly politics. To me, Dixie Heritage means a history of the South: I expected stories from our history.


Wendy Xxxxxxx


My reply to her, and to all of our readers follows:


The battle to save our heritage is part of a larger “Culture War,” but it is one that must inevitably be fought in the political arena. Short of an armed conflict, those who seek to extinguish Southern Heritage must be defeated there, because that’s where laws and ordinances affecting Southern History are made by politicians and judges.


The ideals for which our ancestors fought in the 1860s were no less POLITICAL than were those of theirparents and grandparents who founded this nation. Today, those very political ideals are under tremendous assault, and to as great an extent as they were during the War of Yankee Invasion.


Wasn’t the War of Yankee Invasion an essentially “political” conflict? Our forebears seceded because of the principle of State’s Rights, a guarantee found in the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution. Their commitment to principle compelled them to leave the Union and form a separate nation: It doesn’t get any more political than that!


Your message indicates you do not fully understand or appreciate the history you accuse us of ignoring: You seem to think our political enemies should be given a free pass to engage in cultural genocide against the ideals and principles held sacred by our ancestors.


This calls into question whether you are even worthy of your own Southern Heritage, since you seem unwilling to participate in any manner to preserve it.


The Cultural Marxists have now targeted Christopher Columbus and other non-Confederate icons from our history because they figure their war against Southern Heritage is already won. They assume this because there are too many Wendys in our nation who abdicate their moral responsibility to honor their forebears and the principles by which they lived and died. So long as there is breath within me, I shall continue in the fight. Hopefully, I can count on the rest of you to remain as well.


Until Next Week,
Deo Vindice!
Chaplain Ed


Dixie Heritage
P.O. Box 618
Lowell, FL 32663