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Treasury Of Counterfeit Virtus

The Treasury of Counterfeit Virtue   By Clyde Wilson Mar 4, 2015   Not long ago, a well-known conservative historian lamented that the American public had not been morally engaged to undergo sacrifice after the 9/11 attacks, unlike their heroic predecessors after Fort Sumter and Pearl Harbour.   Wait a minute. Pearl Harbor and 9/11 [...]

Treasury Of Counterfeit Virtus2017-10-15T17:31:08+00:00

Hidden History: North Built On Slavery

New England’s hidden history   More than we like to think, the North was built on slavery.   By Francie Latour September 26, 2010   In the year 1755, a black slave named Mark Codman plotted to kill his abusive master. A God-fearing man, Codman had resolved to use poison, reasoning that if he could [...]

Hidden History: North Built On Slavery2017-09-04T23:55:26+00:00

Historical Ignorance

Historical Ignorance II   Walter E. Williams Jul 22, 2015   We call the war of 1861 the Civil War. But is that right? A civil war is a struggle between two or more entities trying to take over the central government. Confederate President Jefferson Davis no more sought to take over Washington, D.C., than [...]

Historical Ignorance2017-08-11T19:27:56+00:00

Didn’t Know Blacks Owned Slaves In America?

Didn’t Know Blacks Owned Slaves in America? You Were Taught History…   By Rodney Lee Aug 1, 2017   I never knew that blacks owned slaves in America. I always considered myself pretty smart. I got good grades in school. I paid attention. I was the teacher’s favorite, the one who ruined the curve for [...]

Didn’t Know Blacks Owned Slaves In America?2017-08-08T16:17:23+00:00

Lied To About Lincoln

YOU’VE BEEN LIED TO ABOUT LINCOLN   BY FORREST PLASTER JULY 8, 2016   “Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.” As beautiful as that is and as much as I’d like [...]

Lied To About Lincoln2017-07-16T16:20:15+00:00

1864: Women Deported After Mill Destroyed

Civil War: In 1864, 400 Roswell women deported after mill destroyed   Mitchell Northam The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Friday, July 7, 2017   Many folks living in metro Atlanta think of General William T. Sherman and the city’s 1864 burning when the Civil War is mentioned.   But months before that, Sherman ordered his men to [...]

1864: Women Deported After Mill Destroyed2017-07-10T12:10:50+00:00

The Cherokee Nation Allied With The CSA In 1861

July 4, 2016   Why the Cherokee Nation Allied Themselves With the Confederate States of America in 1861   By Leonard M. Scruggs as originally published on LewRockwell.com   January 7, 2004 Cherokee_Confederates_Reunion   Many have no doubt heard of the valor of the Cherokee warriors under the command of Brigadier General Stand Watie in [...]

The Cherokee Nation Allied With The CSA In 18612017-05-31T21:17:07+00:00