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Fight Over Flag Brewing

By Cynthia Cisneros (10/02/06 - KTRK/ALVIN, TX) - The confederate flag is at the center of a growing controversy in Alvin. Two students at Harby Middle School are fighting for their right to wear the flag. They say it's about remembering the past and paying tribute to their school's namesake. But the district says the [...]

Fight Over Flag Brewing2015-04-04T20:36:20+00:00

A Stealth Fighter

This Cuban woman toiled as a man in the Civil War. So why has no one heard of her? By Johnny Diaz, Globe Staff | August 22, 2006 Loreta Janeta Velazquez sounded like a mythical figure: a Cuban-born woman raised in New Orleans, where she masqueraded as a male soldier and fought in the Civil [...]

A Stealth Fighter2017-03-25T00:24:21+00:00

Multi-Cultural Malarkey

Charley Reese: Multicultural malarkey poison pill for America Multiculturalism is a poison pill prepared by people who hate America. The poison lies in the fact that every race and ethnic group in the world is to be honored except Caucasians of European descent. Any such showing of pride is to be labeled “Nazism” or “white [...]

Multi-Cultural Malarkey2017-03-25T00:24:24+00:00

Blue Crab Battle Brewing

By Anthony DeMatteo The Blue Crab Festival and the owner of a local clothing store are at odds over the rights to sell a t-shirt depicting the Blue Crab Festival name. Dixie Outfitters, a retail business owner Jaydee Ritchie calls a “Southern heritage store,” plans to market 1,500 T-shirts depicting a blue crab in a [...]

Blue Crab Battle Brewing2015-04-04T20:36:20+00:00

Banning is Wrong Remedy

Earlier this month, in a letter sent to parents and guardians of Ithaca High School students, Principal Joe Wilson announced to the community that his school will no longer allow any students to wear or carry any item that contains an image of the Confederate Flag. The national banner of the ill-fated Confederate States of [...]

Banning is Wrong Remedy2017-03-25T00:24:35+00:00

Not Another War Letter

Letter to the Editor Davis Mauldin March 22, 2006 Dear Editor, Okay, I'll be the one to say it... the king has no clothes. Rev. Hall holds himself out to be "intelligent and well educated." For heavens sake he has a "Master's Degree." In spite of his high level of education, Rev. Hall's knowledge of [...]

Not Another War Letter2017-03-25T00:24:38+00:00

Is the PC Tide Turning?

Commentary by Frank Gillispie The tide is finally starting to turn. The distorted, politically correct version of American history is gradually giving way to the evidence in the historical record. And as serious historians start to explore those records, startling facts are emerging. This past Sunday night [Jan.15], the History Channel broadcast a two hour [...]

Is the PC Tide Turning?2017-03-25T00:24:41+00:00

Karl Marx & Lincoln

Karl Marx, Abraham Lincoln—Identical Agendas Al Benson, Jr. Over the years I have mentioned, in many articles, the connections between what went on in Europe in 1848 and what went on in America from 1861-1865. A few of these articles may still be out there on the Internet.Marx Many have looked askance, or down their [...]

Karl Marx & Lincoln2017-03-25T00:24:44+00:00

Debate On Meaning

Debate on meaning of Confederacy's banner's unflagging By Sherry Koonce Beaumont (Texas) Enterprise The Confederate battle flag we know as the Stars and Bars has survived 140 years beyond the Civil War, outlived Jim Crow and almost every other symbol of the Old South. It has survived contemporary political battles in several states and remains [...]

Debate On Meaning2015-04-04T20:36:20+00:00

Decay of America

Cowardice, Complicity and Usurpation: Decadence and the decay of America by Hari Heath America began with “the shot heard round the world.” Impassioned men and women fought against great odds to claim that great prize of liberty. Scholar/Warrior/Diplomats gave their all in a fight to end the reign of a tyrant king. King George and [...]

Decay of America2017-03-25T00:25:00+00:00