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About rhett

Rhett Barber is President, Artist and Programmer at Dixie Outfitters working on the finest line of Southern Heritage Apparel the world has ever seen. Long live Dixie!

Dixie Heritage News – 4/12/2019

OBJECTIVE MY A** The monument was erected in 2014 by the Durham camp of the Sons of Confederate Veterans. This is at least the second time the monument has been vandalized. In July 2015 we reported that cemetery workers found "Black Lives Matter" and "Tear It Down," painted in black on the memorial. "It is [...]

Dixie Heritage News – 4/12/20192019-04-14T12:25:48+00:00

Rally In Tally – April 16, 2019

Save Southern Heritage Capital Day & Rally Save Their Honor! Our American Veteran Observances Deserve Respect Come One Come All: Show Up To Support Our Statewide Protection Bill REGISTER NOW STAND UP FOR OUR VETERANS MONUMENTS IN TALLAHASSEE!!!! TIME IS RUNNING OUT IN THIS LEGISLATIVE SESSION TO PASS THE SOLDIERS & HEROES MONUMENTS & MEMORIALS [...]

Rally In Tally – April 16, 20192019-04-12T16:41:19+00:00

Call To Action St. Augustine: Stand Up & Fight Back

Save Southern Heritage The #heritagehaters and those useful idiots complicit with them plan to take a wrecking ball to our authentic history and disgrace our families and veterans. Don't think it can't happen here? Did you hear about Lakeland? Bradenton? Tampa? THEY ARE SERIOUS and WE MUST WAKE UP! They want our history and our [...]

Call To Action St. Augustine: Stand Up & Fight Back2019-04-12T16:27:11+00:00

Dixie Heritage News – 4/5/2019

Sometimes good men need encouragement The Georgia House voted to increase the penalties against those who damage the state's public and private monuments - and to make it more difficult to remove or relocate monuments, including Confederate monuments. It passed 100-71. The bill's sponsor, Chickamauga Republican State Sen. Jeff Mullis, has said he proposed Senate [...]

Dixie Heritage News – 4/5/20192019-04-05T14:32:59+00:00

Litigation Continues Despite Munn Park Memorial Removal

SAVE SOUTHERN HERITAGE - PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release Media Contact: David McCallister 813-778-1202 Email: floridasshe@gmail.com LITIGATION CONTINUES DESPITE MUNN PARK MEMORIAL REMOVAL. IF IT PREVAILS, MEMORIAL MAY BE RESTORED ? Lakeland - Plaintiffs in the Federal Lawsuit to prevent the City of Lakeland'x removal of the historic Cenotaph to the "Confederate Dead" announce today [...]

Litigation Continues Despite Munn Park Memorial Removal2019-03-29T19:34:46+00:00

Dixie Heritage News – 3/29/2019

COMING HOME TO A TWEET FROM HILLARY Of all of our country's Confederate monuments, the one in the Martha's Vineyard community of Oak Bluffs is perhaps the most unique. And until recently, even the SPLC didn;t know that Martha's Vineyard had a Confederate monument? Why? Because technically speaking, it is a Union monument. A Union [...]

Dixie Heritage News – 3/29/20192019-03-29T13:45:02+00:00

Alexander Stephen’s Corner Stone Speech

A more thorough analysis of the Corner Stone speech and a look at its context: As with the secession documents, the other “go to” document for purveyors of the Righteous Cause myth is Alexander Stephen’s Corner Stone speech. Stephens’s Corner Stone speech is touted as proof of the “reason” (singular) the South seceded - “slavery.” [...]

Alexander Stephen’s Corner Stone Speech2019-03-25T16:22:23+00:00

Dixie Heritage News – Friday, 3/22/2019

POSTCARD: WISH YOU WERE HERE On a summer day in 2017, a group of protesters went to a Memphis park and called for the city government to take down Confederate statues. A man with a bushy gray beard came to the park too in an attempt to reason with the activists. He said that instead [...]

Dixie Heritage News – Friday, 3/22/20192019-03-22T13:21:28+00:00

GOLDSBOROUGH, N. C., March 24, 1863. – Major General J. G. FOSTER, Federal Army

SIR: Two communications have been referred to me as the successor of General French. The prisoners from Swindell’s company and the Seventh North Carolina are true prisoners of war and if not paroled I will retaliate five-fold. In regard to your first communication touching the burning of Plymouth you seem to have forgotten two things. [...]

GOLDSBOROUGH, N. C., March 24, 1863. – Major General J. G. FOSTER, Federal Army2019-03-19T17:40:55+00:00