Archive For The “Southern Heritage & Heritage Defense” Category

Florida’s Daughters of the Confederacy group wants time capsule found in statue

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Florida’s Daughters of the Confederacy group wants time capsule found in statue

Florida’s chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy wants ownership of the time capsule found inside of the Confederate monument that was removed this week from Lake Eola Park. The controversial “Johnny Reb” statue that stood in Orlando’s public park for over 100 years was dismantled Tuesday for its move to the Confederate veterans…

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Despite Growing Opposition, Richmond Mayor Pushes to Add PC "Context" to Confederate Monuments

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Despite Growing Opposition, Richmond Mayor Pushes to Add PC "Context" to Confederate Monuments

June 22. 2017Richmond, VirginiaEarlier today, the city of Richmond announced the formation of a “Monument Avenue Commission” to “help the city redefine the false narrative of the Confederate statues that line Richmond’s grandest Boulevard”.  The Virginia Flaggers are extremely disappointed that Richmond’s newly elected Mayor, Levar Stoney, has chosen to make war against the Confederate…

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Activists Get Stupid(er)

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Florida Clash Over Confederate Street Names Leads to Arrests HOLLYWOOD, Fla. (AP) — Five people were arrested after a clash about Florida streets named for Confederate generals spilled over into a city council meeting. News outlets report the protesters were charged with disrupting the Hollywood commission meeting Wednesday night. The disagreement involves three streets —…

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Confederate monument in Tampa will stay put

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CNN – Chloe Coney remembers what it was like to be one of the first black students to attend Hillsborough High School in Tampa, Florida, in the 1960s. The 66-year-old remembers classmates calling her insulting names including the n-word. She remembers fearing for her safety at a pep rally as students waved the Confederate Flag…

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Montgomery commissioners hear both sides of Confederate flag flak

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Montgomery commissioners hear both sides of Confederate flag flak

TROY, Ala. — “We ask you to consider taking the flag down, then the problem goes away.”Montgomery County Board of Commissioners Chair Jackie Morris capped a discussion on the flying of the Confederate flag over the Uwharrie Volunteer Fire Department with that statement. Then he added: “We’ll talk with our legal counsel and come back in…

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Battlefield comes back to life with anniversary this weekend

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Battlefield comes back to life with anniversary this weekend

Staunton River Battlefield State Park, VA – The Historic Staunton River Foundation and the Staunton River Battlefield State Park invite the public to attend the annual commemoration of the 153rd anniversary of the Battle of Staunton River Bridge in Halifax and Charlotte counties. An array of events and programs has been planned for Friday and…

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YES! And volunteer to be on a County Committee for…

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YES! And volunteer to be on a County Committee for…

YES! And volunteer to be on a County Committee for the Monument registry project and support www.slrc-csa.org Consider a $200 donation to the Monument Project: SLRC Special Project PO Box 1235 Black Mountain NC 28711 or $35/month for 6 months (RSS generated with FetchRss) From the Southern Legal Resource Center

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Judge: Work on St. Louis’ Confederate Memorial must stop for at least for 2 weeks

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Judge: Work on St. Louis’ Confederate Memorial must stop for at least for 2 weeks

St. Louis can’t take down the Confederate Memorial in Forest Park for at least two weeks, a judge ruled Monday. The Missouri Civil War Museum sued the city last week, arguing it is the rightful owner. And St. Louis Circuit Judge Robert Dierker ruled there were enough questions about who owned the statue that work…

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Confederate Gen. Leonidas Polk honored at site where he died in Kennesaw

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Confederate Gen. Leonidas Polk honored at site where he died in Kennesaw

The site of Confederate Gen. Leonidas Polk’s death by a Union cannonball is marked by a memorial pillar and is surrounded by a quiet neighborhood in what is now Kennesaw. Though the Civil War ended in 1865, the sound of rifle blasts rang out once more near the spot where the respected general took his…

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War memorials mean nothing any more….

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War memorials mean nothing any more….

War memorials mean nothing any more. When is enough enough? http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11878350 Anzac cove memorial defaced by the Turkish Government, stripping the inscription. (RSS generated with FetchRss) Read the Rest at the Sons of Confederate Veterans

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Save Southern Heritage Florida

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Save Southern Heritage Florida

Save Southern Heritage Florida is working evey day to protect Southern History and Heritage. (RSS generated with FetchRss) Read the Rest at the Sons of Confederate Veterans

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SCV Semmes Camp 1321 and Cleburne Camp 2257

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SCV Semmes Camp 1321 and Cleburne Camp 2257

On this date in 1864, the C.S.S. Alabama, captained by Cmdr. Raphael Semmes, was sunk in battle against the U.S.S. Kearsarge off the coast of Cherbourg, France. Over 40 crew members from the Alabama were killed in the battle, and another 70 or so were taken prisoner by Union forces. Captain Semmes and around 30…

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Need serious volunteers to serve on County Confederate…

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Need serious volunteers to serve on County Confederate…

Need serious volunteers to serve on County Confederate Monument Committees – Need your name & county- my staff will contact you. Looking for at least 10 – 15 volunteers per County. Duties include putting together info files for each monument in your County and Monument Watch- where needed. Check out & like National Confederate Monument…

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Leaving for SAM Davis Camp in VA join…

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Leaving for SAM Davis Camp in VA join…

Leaving for SAM Davis Camp in VA join “National Confederate Monument Registry Project” and support www.slrc-csa.org (RSS generated with FetchRss) From the Southern Legal Resource Center

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The utter disrespect for this nation…

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The utter disrespect for this nation…

The utter disrespect for this nation and her veterans is a disgrace. https://harrisburg100.blog/2017/06/13/antifa-to-burn-flag-and-desecrate-graves-in-gettysburg/ “ANTIFA” are planning on holding a rally at Gettysburg National Battlefield on July 1st, asks it’s members to “Bring and Burn Confederate Flags”. The group urges their followers to “find the… (RSS generated with FetchRss) Read the Rest at the Sons of…

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Southern Heritage Group Forces Anti-Monument Foe To Back Down

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Southern Heritage Group Forces Anti-Monument Foe To Back Down

Then last week, nationally known pollster, Gravis Marketing, polled likely voters in the county and released the results showing an overwhelming majority opposed removing the memorial to soldiers who died in the war between North and South. (RSS generated with FetchRss) Read the Rest at the Sons of Confederate Veterans

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The Religious Faith of the Left

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by Al Benson Jr. As we witness the destruction caused by the Leftists in their demonstrations and riots around the country, their vitriol toward Donald Trump, and their seemingly irrational hatred of anything good and decent, we are forced to admit, whether we want to or not, that these people have an underlying theological belief…

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Let’s hope the UDC makes an example…

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Let’s hope the UDC makes an example…

Let’s hope the UDC makes an example out of the Mayor of St Louis! Please do not denigrate our sisters in your comments – they will be erased. By. Chris Stritzel (RSS generated with FetchRss) Read the Rest at the Sons of Confederate Veterans

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Is there anything normal in New Orleans any more?

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Is there anything normal in New Orleans any more?

Is there anything normal in New Orleans any more? The July 4th flotilla in Louisiana has been canceled this year because the parade founder thinks the symbolism of the event is off-base, following the 2016 election. (RSS generated with FetchRss) Read the Rest at the Sons of Confederate Veterans

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It’s never been just about Confederate…

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It’s never been just about Confederate…

It’s never been just about Confederate monuments. http://newjersey.news12.com/story/35667242/vandals-cause-thousands-in-damage-to-belmar-ww1-statue Vandals caused thousands of dollars of damage to a nearly 90-year-old World War I memorial statue in Belmar. (RSS generated with FetchRss) Read the Rest at the Sons of Confederate Veterans

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