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Dixie Heritage News – 2/16/2018

Dixie Heritage News - Fri, Feb 16, 2018   We are winning some and we are losing some   I can't remember the last time that OLD news stirred such a controversy.   Last week, I was laying in bed watching Laura Ingraham (she comes on after Hannity on the Fox News Channel) and while [...]

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Bill To Protect Historic Displays Advances

West Virginia bill to protect historic displays advances   A West Virginia bill that aims to protect historic displays is advancing.   The Register-Herald reported the "West Virginia Monument and Memorial Protection Act of 2018" passed out of the Senate Committee on Government Organization Tuesday. The bill prohibits the removal, renaming, alteration or relocation of [...]

Bill To Protect Historic Displays Advances 2018-02-15T14:33:52+00:00
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The South’s Stockholm Syndrome

The South’s Stockholm Syndrome   Walter D. (Donnie) Kennedy Feb 12, 2018   The Stockholm Syndrome is a condition where captives or hostages develop a psychological attachment and loyalty to their captors. Psychologists often describe this syndrome as a “survival strategy.” This strategy is employed by captives when all hope for returning to a normal [...]

The South’s Stockholm Syndrome 2018-02-15T14:22:55+00:00
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Dixie Heritage News – 2/9/2018

Dixie Heritage News - Fri, Feb 9, 2018   CHIEF WAHOO and our beloved Confederate symbols   49-year-old Tyler Watkins Davis, of Middleburg, Florida (near Jacksonville) was arrested at his home on Buggy Whip Trail by Clay County deputies charging him with malicious wounding, according to his Clay County arrest report. The Florida deputies arrested [...]

Dixie Heritage News – 2/9/2018 2018-02-09T15:08:56+00:00
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In The Eye Of The Beholder

In the Eye of the Beholder   By John Marquardt February 5, 2018   Once upon a time in America, in a far different and far more gentle age, it was possible for four young men from Memphis, Tennessee, to appear at a performance in a Northern city dressed as Confederate officers and sing a [...]

In The Eye Of The Beholder 2018-02-05T19:19:46+00:00
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Killed For The Flag

Killed for the Flag   By Michael Martin February 2, 2018   Anthony Hervey was born in Water Valley, Mississippi in 1965. He grew up in Oxford, served in the military for a short period, then went on to the University of Mississippi, where he studied sociology and Afro Studies. He then traveled to London, [...]

Killed For The Flag 2018-02-02T18:52:38+00:00
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Dixie Heritage News – February 2, 2018

Dixie Heritage News - February 2, 2018   MARYLAND MY MARYLAND or not?   Proposed legislation to remove Confederate statues or memorials or to rename highways died in two separate committees Wednesday.   In the House, a Counties, Cities and Towns subcommittee voted 6 - 2 - with one Democratic vote from Del. Steve Heretick [...]

Dixie Heritage News – February 2, 2018 2018-02-02T18:08:17+00:00
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Virginia: Legislation Killed To Let Cities Remove Confederate Statues

Virginia General Assembly kills legislation to let cities remove Confederate statues   By GRAHAM MOOMAW, Richmond Times-Dispatch January 31, 2018   Recycled talking points from Republican Ed Gillespie’s gubernatorial campaign weren’t enough to save legislation to make it easier for Virginia localities to decide the fate of their Confederate statues.   On Wednesday, a House [...]

Virginia: Legislation Killed To Let Cities Remove Confederate Statues 2018-02-01T13:15:28+00:00
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Demystifying The Myth Of Black Confederates

Demystifying the myth of black Confederates   By WALTER B. CURRY JR. Guest columnist January 17, 2018   I have read with great interest works of noted historians examining the positions of those who claim that blacks who served in the Confederacy were not soldiers. Some have even suggested there are no records verifying blacks [...]

Demystifying The Myth Of Black Confederates 2018-01-26T19:36:41+00:00
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Dixie Heritage News – 1/26/2018

Dixie Heritage News - January 26, 2018   Is CNN's DON LEMON a Black Confederate Flag promoter?   Last week we reported that it has been a number of years since the State of Virginia, which closes each legislative session by honoring a dead Virginian of note, had closed its session in honor of Jackson [...]

Dixie Heritage News – 1/26/2018 2018-01-26T19:26:40+00:00