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Slavery Myths

Slavery Myths by Laurence M. Vance “No subject has been more generally misunderstood or more persistently misrepresented.” ~ Jefferson Davis Much of what we hear today about slavery from the Black community, the news media, the pulpit, the high school classroom, and the university lectern is a myth. This does not mean that slavery was [...]

Slavery Myths2017-03-25T00:29:36+00:00

Crimes Of Yankee Invaders

War Crimes Of The Yankee Invaders Dear All, Below is a letter which was published the two Volume Book the Rise & Fall of the Confederate Gov't papers of Pres. Jefferson Davis. The letter was from a Rev. Dr. John Bachman who was an aging Lutheran Pastor who witness and was himself a victim a [...]

Crimes Of Yankee Invaders2017-03-25T00:34:51+00:00

NB Forrest -A Leader

General Nathan Bedford Forrest - the first true civil rights leader The subject of the Mississippi State Flag has dominated current news headlines for several weeks and will likely continue to do so until a decision is reached concerning the Confederate standard and what role it plays in our modern day Mississippi society. Much, if [...]

NB Forrest -A Leader2017-03-25T00:29:38+00:00

Yankee Invaders

War Crimes Of The Yankee Invaders Dear All, Below is a letter which was published the two Volume Book the Rise & Fall of the Confederate Gov't papers of Pres. Jefferson Davis. The letter was from a Rev. Dr. John Bachman who was an aging Lutheran Pastor who witness and was himself a victim a [...]

Yankee Invaders2017-03-25T00:34:55+00:00

Forrest & KKK a MYTH

Forrest's ties to KKK a trumped-up myth By BILL WARD For The Times GUEST COLUMNIST I've grown to become amused at things that are based on bad history, especially when they are written with such obvious political intent. Such was the recent Times article by Rick Lavender, "Portrait of Forrest sparks campaign spat." The misinformation [...]

Forrest & KKK a MYTH2017-03-25T00:29:39+00:00

Army Liberated The Indians

How Lincoln’s Army 'Liberated' the Indians In a recent issue of The American Enterprise magazine devoted to the War between the States (see my LRC article, "AEI is Still Fighting the Civil War") Victor Hanson, a visiting professor at the U.S. Naval Academy, defends and makes excuses for Lincoln’s intentional waging of war on Southern [...]

Army Liberated The Indians2017-03-25T00:35:12+00:00

Jackson & Slaves

Jackson's Relations With Slaves By Martha M. Boltz April 7, 2007 STONEWALL JACKSON: THE BLACK MAN'S FRIEND By Richard G. Williams Jr., Cumberland House Publishing, $20.95, 224 pages, illustrated Just when you thought there was nothing left to write about Confederate Gen. Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson, along comes this book by Richard G. Williams Jr. [...]

Jackson & Slaves2017-03-25T00:29:18+00:00

Lincoln Cartel Fault

More Trouble for the Lincoln Cartel by Thomas J. DiLorenzo The majority of academic historians have as their first and foremost goal remaining a member in good standing of their profession. This means never seriously challenging the template of ideas that is closely guarded by the gatekeepers of the profession – the "senior scholars" who [...]

Lincoln Cartel Fault2017-03-25T00:29:39+00:00

Southern History

History is often rewritten today in order to satisfy "Political Correctness." We feel that this is an injustice, and attempt to counter this by providing a more realistic account of the War For Southern Independence. Below are links which contain FACTS, not politically correct rhetoric.

Southern History2015-10-01T16:36:03+00:00

Molding American Character, Pt 2

The Molding of the American Character--Part Two by Al Benson Jr. Samuel Blumenfeld noted that after Horace Mann departed from orthodox Christianity he constructed his own peculiar theology. In fact, Mann, himself, said: "From that day, I began to construct the theory of Christian ethics and doctrine respecting virtue and vice, rewards and penalties, time [...]

Molding American Character, Pt 22017-03-25T00:35:43+00:00