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  • Virginia City Removes Nearly 100-Year-Old Statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee
    The city said it would cost around $300,000 to remove the long-standing memorial to the famed Confederate General.The meeting was contentious as the pro-Lee and anti-Lee forces clashed. At one point, police even ejected at least four people from the meeting.
    Whitewashing Confederate history is an ingoing effort for cities throughout those areas where civil war battles were waged 150 years ago. Recently a battle was waged in New Orleans to remove all the city’s many civil war monuments. - (Confederacy)

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  • 150 years on, Sherman’s March to Sea still vivid
    Sherman’s name still evokes epithets - villain, war criminal, devil - for the horrors he countenanced, and even commanded. Sherman’s men ransacked houses, stole property, set fires. It was an unusually cold winter, harvests were taken or destroyed - “and there was no making up a crop.” People were left to starve. She winced relating stories of soldiers wantonly killing animals they couldn’t carry away. - (Confederacy)

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  • Gadsden teenager dies after vehicle strikes Emma Sansom monument
    The woman, Jaquela Robinson, was driving a 1989 Chevrolet S-10 pickup. "There didn't seem to be any damage to the monument." The Emma Sansom monument was constructed in 1906 to commemorate the actions of a 15-year-old Gadsden farmgirl who, in May 1863, helped Confederate Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest cross flooded Black Creek in pursuit of Union forces. - (Confederacy)

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Editor note: I have not updated this page in some time so some of the news links may have expired.

Coded American Civil War message in bottle deciphered
A message in a bottle delivered to a Confederate general during the American Civil War has been deciphered, 147 years after it was written. In the encrypted message, a commander tells Gen John Pemberton that no reinforcements are available to help him defend Vicksburg, Mississippi. "You can expect no help from this side of the river," says the message, which was deciphered by codebreakers. The text is dated 4 July 1863 - the day Vicksburg fell to Union forces. The small bottle was given to the Museum of the Confederacy in Richmond, Virginia, by a former Confederate soldier in 1896.

Downtown Confederate monument defaced with anti-white messages - (Newsroom)

Confederate Sailor Buried in Ala.
CSS AlabamaMOBILE, Ala. -- The remains of a Confederate sailor, recovered several years ago from a shipwreck at the bottom of the English Channel, were buried Saturday in a handmade wooden coffin pulled by a horse-drawn caisson. The unidentified sailor's skeletal remains were found on the underside of a cannon raised from the wreck of the CSS Alabama in about 200 feet of water. The Confederate warship was sunk in the channel off the coast of France on June 19, 1864, by the Union warship USS Kearsarge. More than 400 artifacts have been recovered from the site by American and French divers. The CSS Alabama had a crew of about 120 members, and most were rescued by boaters in the area, but about a dozen drowned or were never heard from again, said Robert Edington, a Mobile attorney and president of the CSS Alabama Association. Saturday's funeral procession began downtown at the site of the statue of Adm. Raphael Semmes, who was the commanding officer of the CSS Alabama, and ended at Magnolia Cemetery where the sailor was buried. The sailor's coffin was accompanied by members of the Sons of Confederate Veterans. The group, which was holding its annual convention in Mobile, arranged the funeral with the support of heritage groups and individuals. - (Confederacy)
Display of newly acquired photographs of the ship CSS Alabama

Carpetbagger Clinton Objects to Confederate Flag - (Newsroom)

Praise For Lee And Jackson - by Chuck Baldwin
January is often referred to as "Generals Month" as no less than four famous Confederate Generals claimed January as their birth month: James Longstreet (Jan. 8, 1821), Robert E. Lee (Jan. 19, 1807), Thomas Jonathan Jackson (Jan. 21, 1824), and George Pickett (Jan. 28, 1825). Two of these men, Lee and Jackson, are particularly noteworthy. This is especially true, as this year will mark General Lee's two hundredth birthday.

Robert E. Lee's birthday honored in Va
Robert E. LeeHistory buffs still captivated by Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee nearly 150 years after the Civil War planned lectures, a banquet and artillery salutes to mark the 200th anniversary of his birth. Events were scheduled throughout the weekend at Washington & Lee University in Lexington, at Lee's birthplace at Stratford Hall Plantation, and in Richmond, the former Confederate capital.

Danny Finale of Raleigh, North Carolina says "I Hate the South"warning - language
He is waiting for a "nod from hell" to kill racists and their babies "so that they don't breed anymore"
Historic U.S. Flag Returns to Tennessee
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- When the first U.S. flag known as Old Glory was last flown prominently here, the nation was embroiled in the Civil War. Now, more than 140 years after the flag became a legend when it was flown atop the state Capitol to celebrate the capture of the city from Confederate forces in 1862, the flag has returned to Tennessee.
The Government of the Confederate States of America never officially surrendered to the Federal Union
and thus still exists as an occupied government under the control of the Federal Union (UNITED STATES, INC.)

The CSA is currently registering ALL races and creeds in every Confederate state and territory.
Applications can be downloaded from the Confederate government website at: http://csagov.org/
Teen Fights S.C. School's Confederate Ban
LATTA, S.C. -- A 15-year-old girl led a small protest march Monday over her high school's ban on Confederate flag clothing, which she is also challenging in court. Candice Hardwick walked with about a dozen people, about half of them family members and some wearing Confederate T-shirts, a few blocks to Latta High School. Hardwick wore a Confederate belt buckle and button and had the Confederate flag on her cell phone cover. She removed those items before entering the school, where she is a sophomore.
S.C. Schools Work Through Confederate Day
Confederate Memorial Day is a mandatory state holiday in South Carolina, but you wouldn't know it from the classrooms.

Girl Sues School Over Confederate Clothes
Candice Michele HardwickS.C. -- The family of a high school sophomore has filed a suit seeking to force school officials to allow the girl to wear clothing with Confederate flag images. The federal lawsuit was filed Thursday by the North Carolina-based Southern Legal Resource Center, a Confederate heritage legal advocacy group. Candice Hardwick, 15, said she wants to wear the Confederate emblem to pay tribute to an ancestor who fought for the South in the Civil War. Latta High School officials say the symbol, which many people consider racially charged, is disruptive in school, and that district policies allow principals to ban such clothing.

Fire Destroys Home of Yankee Civil War Abolitionist General and 'historically black' Howard University founder

Student Settles Over Confederate Dress
LEXINGTON, Ky. -- A former high school student barred from her prom because she wore a dress styled as a Confederate battle flag has reached a settlement with the school district, her attorney said. Jacqueline Duty filed a lawsuit after Greenup County school officials called the dress too controversial and kept her out of Russell High School's May 1, 2004 prom.
What if the South had won the Civil War?
Col. John Singleton Mosby

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Robert E. Lee Area ceremonies honor Lee as hero
At celebrations held Thursday throughout the Capital City, admirers used the same words to describe the character of the highly regarded military hero and dedicated family man General Robert E. Lee: valiant, heroic and honorable. - (Newsroom)

Link noticed 7 Jan 2006Christian Revival Crusade - "In God we Trust"
"online Bible, message board, chat room, articles of interest and much more" * Jefferson Davis * Confederate

The Confederate Alliance
"Nothing fills me with deeper sadness than to see a Southern man apologizing for the defense we made of our inheritance. Our cause was so just, so sacred, that had I known all that has come to pass, had I known what was to be inflicted upon me, all that my country was to suffer, all that our posterity was to endure, I would do it all over again.'' --- President Jefferson Davis
  • Police force invades high school where Confederate flag was raised
    Students at Western Wayne High School were greeted by nearly two dozen police officers Monday morning when they showed up at school. They even had to pass through a metal detector before they entered the building. - (Smilin' Jack)
  • Police: Suspended teen ran up Confederate flag at school
    SOUTH CANAAN TWP. – A suspended Western Wayne High School student was arrested Thursday because police believe he recently replaced his school’s American flag with a Confederate flag, court papers said. The day before the flag swap, 18-year-old James A. Bronson Jr., a senior at the school, was suspended for making racial remarks to several black students in the cafeteria. He also shouted “white power” several times as he left the cafeteria. (reader link)  
  • Confederate Flag Raises Controversy At San Diego Bay - (reader link)  
    Brenda LeSane is appalled it's flying on a private boat – Exodus II.
    "What the guys out here call me is a redneck pirate Jew," boat owner Bill Hix said.
    That's right, Hix is Jewish, and also flies the Israeli flag. He says he's definitely not racist, showing us a picture of a child he sponsors in Africa.

  • Bloomington high school bans confederate flags
    Bloomington High School South has banned students from wearing the Confederate battle flag on their clothing, backpacks and by other means after the contentious symbol caused several recent disturbances at the school. - (aryan_barbarian)
  • "Why the South lost the Civil War" - by Ned Harrison, Greensboro, N.C.

  • Plan to Show Confederate Flag Draws Heat
    SPRINGFIELD, Ill. -- An organizer of a planned memorial to honor Confederate soldiers who died at an Illinois prison camp says the rebel flag will be displayed at the memorial's dedication, despite opposition. "We consider this an honorable flag. This is a soldier's flag," said Ron Casteel, national chief of staff for the Sons of Confederate Veterans, one of the memorial's planners. "There will be no substitute."
    - (whitegoblin)

The mill, located on the banks of the Tallapoosa River about 30 miles east of Montgomery, originally cleaned, spun, wove, bleached and dyed cotton, manufacturing Confederate uniforms and tent material during the Civil War. It was also used as an armory for Confederate troops.

Battle Over Confederate Symbols in Tenn.
A proposal in predominantly black Memphis aims to rename Confederate Park, Jefferson Davis Park and Nathan Bedford Forrest Park, and would place the statues of the two Confederate leaders in museums.

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Vanderbilt U. Loses 'Confederate' Bid
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Vanderbilt University would violate a decades-old contract if it stripped the word "Confederate" from the name of a dormitory built with the help of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, a court ruling released Wednesday said.
The heritage group donated a third of the building's cost. In return, the name Confederate Memorial Hall was chiseled into stone over the main entrance. The state appeals court said Vanderbilt must leave the name intact or pay the group the current value of the $50,000 given when the building was constructed in 1935. It was not immediately clear what that amount would be in today's dollars.

Alabama: Confederacy cheered at Capitol
People gathered around the Confederate Monument on the Capitol lawn and sang "Dixie" to celebrate the state holiday for Confederate Memorial Day. Jeannette Taylor of Springville, a chapter president with the United Daughters of Confederacy, said she came to remember "the most noble army to ever take the field of battle." "Their cause was just," she said. - (Tyrone N. Butts)

  • Hate Crime! Confederate Veteran's Memorial Vandalized
    You might not have realized it, but there is a Confederate Veteran's Memorial in Seattle. And someone just discovered it and ripped it apart. It has stood at the Lakeview Cemetery on Capitol Hill for 80 years. But, two weeks ago, someone pried off a bronze cross, a Confederate seal and a bronze portrait of Robert E. Lee. - (Edelweiss)

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Southerners and Nationalism
Guest column by Greg Kay

Scalawags, Carpetbaggers and Damn Yankees

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God Save the South!

Psa 83:4    They have said, Come, and let us cut them off from being a nation... bible


Confederate battle flagThe federal republic founded under the Constitution essentially collapsed with the *Civil War. With the election of Lincoln, an elite comprised of Abolitionists and Yankee capitalists converted the USA into an empire by force of arms.

*where you see "Civil War"   -   read "War Between the States"   -   (WBTS)


The South was Right Federal Tyranny and the rape of the Constitution
did not just start with Waco and Ruby Ridge,
or with school integration and busing,
or even with the Income Tax in 1913...

America's Caesar
Abraham Lincoln and the Birth of a Modern Empire

by Greg Loren Durand 
link courtesy of "The Ohio Confederate" - We're Dixie North!

I'll take my stand...
Unreconstructed Rebel
Oh, I'm a good old Rebel,
Now that's just what I am;
For this "fair land of Freedom"
I do not care a damn.
I'm glad I fit against it-
I only wish we'd won.
And I don't want no pardon
For anything I've done.

Play that tune boys!
Words by Major Innes Randolph, CSA
Music :"Joe Bowers"

"I'm A Good Ol' Rebel" MIDI file
created and by Barry Taylor
For use by 37th Texas Cavalry.
All rights reserved.
Ref: Bobby Horton, Songs of the C.S.A. Vol. I -  "Oh I'm a Good Old Rebel" 



Flags of the Confederacy
The Great Seal of the Confederacy
The Great Seal of the Confederacy, or "Deo Vindice" seal
was smuggled through the Union blockade, along with its pressing equipment, during the war. It proudly displays the Confederate motto of Deo Vindice, which is Latin for "God will Vindicate."
In keeping with the Southerners belief that their struggle was continuing the beliefs of America's founding fathers, the seal displays a mounted General George Washington in the center of the seal.
Deo Vindice links: DV1 | DV2

News From The Confederacy Archives
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The Destruction of a Copperhead Newspaper

The Copperhead Chronicle


Should descendents of Negro slaves be awarded 'back wages'?

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