Archive For The “Southern Nationalism” Category

Poor Robert Mugabe

Poor Robert Mugabe

by Hannes Wessels After 37 years of murderous and destructive rule, it looks like the curtain is finally coming down on the Mugabe regime. Military coups are seldom welcome, but few of Zimbabwe’s beleaguered citizenry are unhappy with this dramatic turn of events. After decades of misery, the prospect of life under “Gucci Grace,” the…

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Lincoln’s myths dispelled once and for all

Lincoln’s myths dispelled once and for all

​​By: By: David DietemanCSA edited content.  Lincoln becomes the American solar myth, the chief butt of American credulity and sentimentality…the varnishes and veneers have been busily converting Abe into a plaster saint…Worse, there is an obvious effort to pump all his human weaknesses out of him, and so leave him a mere moral apparition, a…

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Their America, and Ours.

Their America, and Ours.

By Patrick J. Buchanan “Meet you at Peace Cross.”In northwest D.C. in the 1950s, that was an often-heard comment among high schoolers headed for Ocean City. The Peace Cross, in Bladensburg, Maryland, was a 40-feet concrete memorial to the 49 sons of Prince George’s County lost in the Great War. Paid for by county families and…

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What I Learned at “Racial Justice” Re-indoctrination Camp

What I Learned at “Racial Justice” Re-indoctrination Camp

By Thomas DiLorenzo Several months ago the president of Loyola University Maryland, Brian Linnane, announced to the faculty that he had been thinking a lot about the Baltimore riots that took place two years earlier.  (The riots, you may recall, were a response to the death of a local black drug gangster while in a police…

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America’s Hamiltonian Empire of Lies

America’s Hamiltonian Empire of Lies

​By Thomas DiLorenzo In his essay, “Anatomy of the State,” Murray Rothbard wrote of how states preserve their power with a number of tools, most notably an alliance with “intellectuals.”  In return for power, positions, and pelf, the “intellectuals” work diligently to persuade “the majority” that “their government is good, wise and, at least, inevitable.”  This…

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Historic Christ Church Falls To Political Correctness

Historic Christ Church Falls To Political Correctness

By Paul Craig RobertsPaulCraigRoberts.orgChrist Church in Alexandria, Virginia, was constructed during the years 1765 and 1773. It was designed by James Wren, a relative of Sir Christopher Wren, the most famous English architect. The colonial era, pre-Revolutionary War church, is a national historic landmark. It was my church when I lived in Old Town Alexandria, a…

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Bestselling Author and Former ESPN Host Releases Confederate Generals Civil War Portrait Book to Protest the Removal of Statues and Monuments

Bestselling Author and Former ESPN Host Releases Confederate Generals Civil War Portrait Book to Protest the Removal of Statues and Monuments

NEWS PROVIDED BY Mike Rothmiller ​ PHOENIX, Sept. 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Bestselling author and historian Mike Rothmiller released a new photographic portrait book featuring over 400 Confederate Generals of America’s Civil War to protest the removal of confederate monuments. Witnessing the senseless plague of monument destruction and erasure of American history, he initiated his protest by calling for the perseveration…

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A Legion of Devils

A Legion of Devils

​By Al Benson ​A review of Karen Stokes, A Legion of Devils: Sherman in South Carolina (Shotwell Press, 2017). Many of us have read about the horrendous things William Tecumseh Sherman did as he and his “bummers” marched through Georgia, things a lot of us would rather not have read about. However, if we are to properly…

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The Palmyra Massacre: Union Total War Policy in Missouri 1862

The Palmyra Massacre: Union Total War Policy in Missouri 1862

​By Mike Scruggs – “This war differs from other wars, in this particular. We are not fighting armies but a hostile people and must make old and young, rich and poor, feel the hard hand of war.”—Union General William T. Sherman. Some of the first indications of Union leanings toward a Total War philosophy occurred…

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A “Civil War” To Commemorate 100 Years Of Communism?

A “Civil War” To Commemorate 100 Years Of Communism?

by Al Benson Jr. Member, Board of Directors, Confederate Society of America October of 2017 is now upon us, with a rather fiery beginning in Las Vegas, Nevada, which we will comment on below. This is a very special time for Communists around the world. It is the 100th anniversary of the October Revolution. It is…

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An Open Letter to Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe

An Open Letter to Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe

​I was born in Los Angeles, California and raised in Ohio. I have taught Political Science at the collegiate level in Cincinnati, been published in The Wall Street Journal and am in my 12th year of research for a forthcoming book on Columbine. For the past seven years I have made Rockbridge County, Virginia, my…

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Why The War Was Not About Slavery

Why The War Was Not About Slavery

By: Clyde Wilson ​​Conventional wisdom of the moment tells us that the great war of 1861—1865 was “about” slavery or was “caused by” slavery. I submit that this is not a historical judgment but a political slogan. What a war is about has many answers according to the varied perspectives of different participants and of…

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Real Life Slavery Today Not Nearly As Important As Taking Down Confederate Monuments

Real Life Slavery Today Not Nearly As Important As Taking Down Confederate Monuments

by Al Benson Jr.Member, Board of Directors, Confederate Society of AmericaMany of us have observed, with growing indignation, as the seemingly insane (but actually well-planned and coordinated) campaign to tear down Confederate monuments here in the South proceeds. In fact, it is proceeding so smoothly that you have to recognize none of this is “spontaneous”…

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Adding a Label to Houston’s Confederate Monuments?

Adding a Label to Houston’s Confederate Monuments?

By: Joan Hough In a recent meeting concerning Confederate monuments (statues) in Houston, the council and mayor asked Texans appearing before them two questions: about the monuments 1) “would you be OK with us removing them and putting them a museum? and 2) “would you be OK if there was a second placard added in front…

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A Eulogy for a Confederate sister

A Eulogy for a Confederate sister

​  The Confederate Society of America has lost one of its valued Directors, Ms. Carolyn Saunders Walters.   Carolyn embodied and represented the grace and beauty associated with a land called Dixie that is quickly fading into oblivion thanks to the ascetic efforts resulting from a diseased government which, like much of the world today, is as…

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The So-Called Civil War Was Not Over Slavery

The So-Called Civil War Was Not Over Slavery

​By Paul Craig Roberts When I read Professor Thomas DiLorenzo’s article the question that lept to mind was, “How come the South is said to have fought for slavery when the North wasn’t fighting against slavery?” Two days before Lincoln’s inauguration as the 16th President, Congress, consisting only of the Northern states, passed overwhelmingly on March 2, 1861,…

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If We Erase Our History, Who Are We?

If We Erase Our History, Who Are We?

By Patrick J. Buchanan When the Dodge Charger of 20-year-old Nazi sympathizer James Alex Fields Jr., plunged into that crowd of protesters Saturday, killing 32-year-old Heather Heyer, Fields put Charlottesville on the map of modernity alongside Ferguson.Before Fields ran down the protesters, and then backed up, running down more, what was happening seemed but a bloody…

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Lincoln Unmasked

Lincoln Unmasked

By Tom Woods Thomas DiLorenzo’s The Real Lincoln (2002) was as much an event as it was a book. Here was a brutally frank treatment of a political figure we are all expected to treat with a quiet awe, and certainly not with the kind of serious and sustained scrutiny reserved for mere mortals. With every major aspect…

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A Southern Legacy

A Southern Legacy

The South has a legacy of welcoming and integrating other races and nationalities into its midst and assimilating them into its culture. Charleston, SC had a huge number of French immigrants. As well, Charleston was the home of the first Jewish synagogue organized on this continent. It was the South that sent the first Jewish…

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“The Worst Elements of Society”: America’s Bolshevik Wannabes

“The Worst Elements of Society”: America’s Bolshevik Wannabes

By Thomas DiLorenzo reprinted from Lew Rockwell.com They’ve attacked and beat up elderly people attempting to attend Trump-for-President rallies; attacked people with solid iron bicycle locks, bike racks, clubs, rocks, mace, baseball bats, and bottles filled with urine and feces.  They threw cement blocks through storefront windows in D.C. on inauguration day, claiming it to be…

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