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Florida–Another False Flag? Probably!

Florida–Another False Flag? Probably!

by Al Benson Jr. Member, Board of Directors, Confederate Society of America During the reign of Comrade Obama there were several school shootings and others that were labeled by those who follow this kind of thing as “false flags.” False Flag events are designed to elicit a certain response from the general public and are…

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Did Lincoln’s Theological Views Reflect His Political Actions?

Did Lincoln’s Theological Views Reflect His Political Actions?

​by Al Benson Jr.Member, Board of Directors, Confederate Society of America The title of this article is a legitimate question–not only for Lincoln, but for the rest of us as well. Do our political actions reflect our theology? If you look today at some of these Democrats and RINO’s that hate Trump and will do…

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America’s Most Deified Politician . . .

America’s Most Deified Politician . . .

By Thomas DiLorenzo . . . has a birthday today that is celebrated throughout the land, especially at neocon think tanks and tabloids.  I speak of course of the man the “Straussian” wing of neoconworld refers to as “Father” Abraham Lincoln.  So I thought I’d offer some reading suggestions as part of today’s birthday celebration. Lincoln…

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The Lies and Hypocrisy of the Civil War

The Lies and Hypocrisy of the Civil War

​By Jacob G. HornbergerThe Future of Freedom Foundation More than 150 years after the Civil War, the nation is engulfed in controversy over statues of people who fought for the Confederacy. Many people want the statues taken down. The statues, they say, depict men who were slaveowners, slavery proponents, and traitors. Those who want the statues…

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Hate the South Week

Hate the South Week

​By: Joseph R. Stromberg​ General Uncivil BackgroundBlessed as we are — so the economists say (they never lie) -– with relentless, inescapable digital bother and cyber-mania, any one of us might occasionally visit news sites and blogs. The ever hopeful soul, seeking its bliss, foolishly expects to find wisdom of some kind on the Internet. Well,…

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A Government Shutdown Solves Lots of Problems for the Democrats

A Government Shutdown Solves Lots of Problems for the Democrats

by Al Benson Jr.Member, Board of Directors, Confederate Society of AmericaWell, looks like we may have another government shutdown, compliments of the socialist members of Congress who are still cheeky enough to refer to themselves as Democrats.  But then, I guess you can still fool some of the people some of the time, though it…

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How “History” Professors View the “Civil War”

How “History” Professors View the “Civil War”

by Al Benson Jr.Member, Board of Directors, Confederate Society of AmericaMany who will read this are already aware of how our current crop of “historians”–so called, view the War of Northern Aggression. However, some who read it may not be all that aware, and so this is written for those unaware ones who still labor…

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The Whitewashed Tyranny of Abraham Lincoln

The Whitewashed Tyranny of Abraham Lincoln

By Tara Dodrill The Health Wyze Report ​Abraham Lincoln was the best U.S. President, motivated by a patriotic and Christian desire to preserve the union of states and free the slaves. At least that is what modern textbooks suggest. There is a bigger story to the 16th President of the United States than the Gettysburg Address…

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The Desire For Total Control

The Desire For Total Control

The latest commentary by our two political commentators as they take a long view on history.Al Benson Jr. The Desire For Total Control by Schwartz & Viscount It goes way, way back. Check out the Tower of Babel in the Book of Genesis in the Old Testament. Man wanted to reach to Heaven by his…

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Nathan Bedford Forrest and the Battle of Fort Pillow, 1864

Nathan Bedford Forrest and the Battle of Fort Pillow, 1864

By Ed Kennedy ​​Although just a minor tactical action in the greater scheme of the Civil War, the April 12, 1864 battle at Fort Pillow became a strategic issue. The effects of the battle unintentionally rose to the very highest levels of both the Union and Confederate governments. There were a number of issues that caused this…

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Our Double Standard

Our Double Standard

by Al Benson Jr.Member, Board of Directors, Confederate Society of AmericaDoes anyone honestly doubt that we labor with a monstrous double standard in this country–one set of rules for the Statist Elite and a totally different set for us ordinary folks, us “deplorables,”–“we the peons.”All the time I hear these windy politicians get up and…

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Southern Nationalist Radio Episode 062 – GOP Stab In The Back

Southern Nationalist Radio Episode 062 – GOP Stab In The Back

Occidental Dissent – LISTEN HERE. Harold Crews and Brad Griffin of Occidental Dissent discuss the Roy Moore loss in the Alabama Senate race. The primary focus of the discussion is the Republican establishment’s role in that loss and the class divisions in the Alabama Republican Party and the US at large that causes their preference to…

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What to make of Roy Moore’s defeat

What to make of Roy Moore’s defeat

Michael Hill, League of The South – Yesterday, liberal Democrat Doug Jones defeated conservative Republican Roy Moore by a razor thin margin (about 1% or some 13,000 votes) in Alabama’s special Senate election to fill the remainder of the term of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. The result came as a big surprise to most everyone….

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Required Reading: The Foundations of Southern Nationalism

Required Reading: The Foundations of Southern Nationalism

Identity Dixie – There is perhaps an assumption current amongst us in the various Southern Nationalist circles that we have all read the same works, that we have all thoroughly understood them, and that this canon of thought informs our perspectives on the present. To a great extent, this is so, but the existence of…

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People of the Lie

People of the Lie

Editor’s note: This article fascinated me because I immediately thought of the big lie that lays at the foundation of the Republican party, dishonest Abe. The big lie that was told and sold after the war between the States was that it was merely fought over the plight of the slaves. All those poor city…

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Blood and Soil: How Southerners Became a Separate and Distinct People 

Blood and Soil: How Southerners Became a Separate and Distinct People 

Identity Dixie – Why is there a “South”? What is this place we call the South? What makes it different from other parts of the United States? Many years ago, the Alabama writer Clarence Cason wrote that the South was “self-conscious enough and sufficiently insulated to be thought of as a separate province.” Echoing the…

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Independence Hypocrisy

Independence Hypocrisy

By Walter E. Williams Officials in Catalonia, Spain’s richest and most highly industrialized region, whose capital is Barcelona, recently held a referendum in which there was a 92 percent vote in favor of independence from Spain. The Spanish authorities opposed the referendum and claimed that independence is illegal. Catalans are not the only Europeans seeking independence….

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You Will Never Be One Of Us

You Will Never Be One Of Us

Identity Dixie – We’ve all seen it, some tractor rap urbanite, hipster soyboy, or boomer claiming that they’re Southern. These claims are generally followed with inflammatory comments about Southern culture and history or nearly incomprehensible ramblings on how great the American Empire is. These people are not Southern, they are indoctrinated and they are Reconstructed. These people…

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The Causes of the “Civil War” in the Words of Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis

The Causes of the “Civil War” in the Words of Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis

By Thomas DiLorenzo “When [the states] entered into the Union of 1789, it was with the undeniable recognition of the power of the people to resume the authority delegated for the purposes of that government, whenever in their opinion, its functions were perverted and its ends defeated . . . the sovereign States here represented have…

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