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Across the South, Confederate statues take their final stand by Jennifer Brett

NEW ORLEANS – For more than 130 years, a statue of Gen. Robert E. Lee has towered over the Crescent City from atop a 60-foot marble column. His days there appear to be numbered. The statue, unveiled in 1884 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1991, is one of several historic [...]

Across the South, Confederate statues take their final stand by Jennifer Brett2017-03-25T00:21:39+00:00

Kutztown University lifting unconstitutional ban on Confederate flag

Kutztown University has just announced that it’s lifting its ban on Confederate flags (and Nazi flags), a ban that extended even into students’ own dorm rooms:   Kutztown University recently announced a proposed change to its housing decoration policy restricting the display of symbols that promote messages inconsistent with the values of the university. Upon [...]

Kutztown University lifting unconstitutional ban on Confederate flag2017-03-25T00:22:17+00:00

Robert E. Lee’s Name to Remain on Texas School

Robert E. Lee's Name Will Remain on NEISD High School Posted Tuesday, December 8th 2015 @ 12pm The name of Confederate General Robert E. Lee will remain on a North East ISD High School, News Radio 1200 WOAI's Morgan Montalvo reports. The board voted 5-2 not to change the name of Robert E. Lee High School [...]

Robert E. Lee’s Name to Remain on Texas School2017-03-25T00:22:19+00:00

VA Flaggers: Mechanicsville Christmas Parade

Over the years, we have enjoyed participating in the Mechanicsville Christmas Parade.  It is always very Confederate friendly, and we receive a warm welcome and support from organizers and spectators.  We had to wonder, with the PC anti-Confederate backlash set in motion since Governor Haley stripped the Confederate Flag from the Confederate Monument in Columbia [...]

VA Flaggers: Mechanicsville Christmas Parade2017-03-25T00:22:20+00:00

BUSTED! SPLC’s Fabricated Hate Crimes Brought to Light

BUSTED! SPLC’s Dothan Police Drug Planting Claim Is A Hoax DECEMBER 3, 2015 “Leaked documents reveal Dothan, Ala., police planted drugs on young black men for years.” Southern Poverty Law Center [SPLC] December 2nd, 2015 Left-wing websites have been buzzing about a claim that over twelve Dothan, AL police officers framed innocent black men. The [...]

BUSTED! SPLC’s Fabricated Hate Crimes Brought to Light2017-03-25T00:22:21+00:00

UNLV president says school needs to keep Rebel name

UNLV president says school needs to keep Rebel name; no ties to Confederacy Published November 30, 2015 Associated Press Facebook45 Twitter0 Email Print Feb. 1, 2014: In this file photo, UNLV mascot Hey Reb warms up the crowd before an NCAA college basketball game in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Isaac Brekken) CARSON CITY, Nev. –  UNLV President [...]

UNLV president says school needs to keep Rebel name2017-03-25T00:22:21+00:00

Petition On Denton Statue

Regarding "Petition seeks to remove Denton Confederate statue" From: BlckRbl@aol.com To: ddenmon@wfaa.com http://www.txcn.com/sharedcontent/dws/news/localnews/tv/stories/wfaa080428_mo_statuedebate.aced19a6.html Good Day to you! Once again," political correctness" rears its ugly head in beautiful Denton, Texas. As an African American I find the selective inclusion of "acceptable" aspects of black history to the exclusion of others to be highly racist and willfully [...]

Petition On Denton Statue2017-03-25T00:34:28+00:00

City Council’s Email Address

City Council's email address   From: wildbill4dixie@yahoo.com   Chuck   In looking for people to "cc" before sending this email, I happened upon an email address which is for the Auburn city council, and which does not appear to be listed on the SHNV blog. You might want to pass it along to your readers. [...]

City Council’s Email Address2017-03-25T00:37:35+00:00

USA Federalism

American federalism: What Changed between 1787 and 2004? Commentary by Steve Scroggins With Thanksgiving coming this week, I was looking for some relevant links to place on the GHC website, such as George Washington's first Thanksgiving Proclamation. I found a website containing "the Papers of George Washington." The introduction gave background on the first Thanksgiving [...]

USA Federalism2017-03-25T00:29:38+00:00