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Dixie Heritage News – 10/12/2018

Dixie Heritage News - Friday, October 12, 2018   Old Soldiers Never Die?   VIRGINIA MAN ASSAULTS TEENS OVER FLAG   According to a Police report, a 53-year-old Poquoson man was arrested for assault and battery on Friday at York High School's Bailey Field for confronting a Poquoson High student who was waving a Confederate [...]

Dixie Heritage News – 10/12/2018 2018-10-14T11:48:02+00:00

Tennessee Lawsuit To Determine Where – Not If

Dixie Heritage News - Friday, October 5, 2018   Battlefront moving to Statuary Hall?   TENNESSEE LAWSUIT TO DETERMINE WHERE - NOT IF   The future of Franklin's public square has been a disputed topic the past couple months among city leaders and the county court system.   While Franklin aldermen voted unanimously Tuesday to [...]

Tennessee Lawsuit To Determine Where – Not If 2018-10-14T11:46:08+00:00

Twitter Account Inciting Criminal Activity Exposed

Save Southern Heritage - Florida Saturday, September 29, 2018   Twitter Account Inciting Criminal Activity Exposed   PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release Media Contact: David McCallister - (813-778-1202) Email: floridasshe@gmail.com   HISTORIC PRESERVATION GROUP EXPOSES TWITTER ACCOUNT TARGETING LOCAL STATE PARK FOR DESTRUCTION CALLS FOR CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION   Bradenton - At a News Conference held [...]

Twitter Account Inciting Criminal Activity Exposed 2018-10-02T17:07:41+00:00

Dixie Heritage News – 9/21/2018

Dixie Heritage News - Fri, September 21, 2018   We expose who was behind Silent Sam's toppling   OBAMAFIED   To inaugurate the school year at Barack H. Obama Magnet School in Jackson, Mississippi (formerly named for Jefferson Davis) the city commissioned a mural of the school's namesake, Obama. This is the first year the [...]

Dixie Heritage News – 9/21/2018 2018-09-24T18:26:21+00:00

Monument Honoring South Carolina Secession

As Confederate debate mounts, new monument honoring SC’s secession comes to Abbeville   By Joseph Cranney September 9, 2018   ABBEVILLE — Robert Hayes, work shirt covered in dirt on a sweltering August midday, takes a break from mowing the lawn.   He sits and looks across his two acres of land on a shady [...]

Monument Honoring South Carolina Secession 2018-09-09T23:18:30+00:00

Today’s Scalawags Are Guilt-Ridden

Today’s Scalawags Are Pathologically Guilt-Ridden   September 2, 2018 by Al Benson Jr.   Member, Board of Directors, Confederate Society of America   Back after the War of Northern Aggression the term “scalawag” had a bad connotation in the South. A scalawag was a Southerner who sold out his own people and cooperated with the [...]

Today’s Scalawags Are Guilt-Ridden 2018-09-09T22:59:58+00:00

Dixie Heritage News – 9/7/2018

Dixie Heritage News - September 7, 2018   Farewell Burt - rest in peace   GEORGIA STATUE TOPPLED   The people of Sylvania feel like they lost a piece of history. Inspired by the toppling of Silent Sam, an unknown person(s) have toppled a statue of a Confederate soldier in the Screven County Memorial Cemetery. [...]

Dixie Heritage News – 9/7/2018 2018-09-09T22:55:06+00:00

Revisiting The “Cornerstone Speech”

Revisiting the “Cornerstone Speech”   By Michael Martin August 27, 2018   Most mainstream historians point to the “Cornerstone” speech by Alexander Stephens as the clearest piece of evidence that slavery and white supremacy alone were the reasons for Southern secession. After all, most transcriptions show Stephens having stated that the Confederate government was founded [...]

Revisiting The “Cornerstone Speech” 2018-08-29T21:47:44+00:00

Dixie Heritage News – 8/24/2018

Dixie Heritage News - August 24, 2018   We can no longer remain silent!   Organizers of a festival in central Wisconsin that includes a Civil War re-enactment say they'll make changes in future events after it was criticized for flying Confederate flags during the re-enactment.   A folk duo that performed at the LogJam [...]

Dixie Heritage News – 8/24/2018 2018-08-26T14:26:19+00:00