Getting Married

Missouri

As many of you already know, I am getting married this coming weekend to Renee Baum whose father is the CEO of the Council of Conservative Citizens. Lately, there has been a lot of discussion online about the need for White Solidarity. We expect that our marriage will further that goal in the South.

Marriage License

Note: I’ve already had several people ask me about our registry. If you would like to buy us a wedding gift, you can do so through Target.

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31 Comments

  1. I am 100% in support of this marriage…

    M’thinks the groom to be is only 51% in support of this life changing/male freedom ending event – he seemed to purposely lose his wallet and his identity cards in some lame attempt to delay this marriage.

    🙂

    Fortunately a nice, honest, Black African American Christian woman in East Nashville TN called to return HW’s wallet and keep the wedding on schedule.

    Let’s keep some good ‘ol Southern boys with shut guns on hand in to get HW to make it to the church on time.

  2. And wouldn’t you know it. After a few days rest, I’m now back on the other side of the state for business, again. ‘Tis the life of a lobbyist/PR hack.

    Congrats to you and Renee, and all the best and many happy returns. And as a St. Louisan, you’re welcome for the marriage license. Old Town St. Chuck is a good place to get married.

    Barbour County…that’s where George Wallace was born and raised.

  3. What lovely news. I echo Robert in sending my very best wishes that you and Renee may live long and happily together.

  4. Glad to see everything is progressing without many issues. Y’all be good to one another and I hope to see you both in December in South Carolina. Thanks for linking to your registry. I hope the matter we discussed in Manchester doesn’t create a big fuss and dissension. I would think that a mutual friend/acquaintance of ours might not agree with your plans.

  5. Congratulations Hunter! I got you the garlic press. Eat lots of garlic, kimchi and drink a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar in a glass of water twice a day.

    And when you have kids

    1. No processed foods.

    2. No television.

  6. Well done Hunter. About time you paid your debt to society. May your tribe increase.

    Best wishes to both of you.

  7. So happy! God bless and keep the two of you through many long years! I needed some good news after the Republicans decided to fund the government rather than let Washington collapse.

    Nice license too. I notice there’s no “Person A / Person B”, at least not yet.

  8. Congrats on your new life together. December will mark one year that I have been married. We got married in a little country church in South GA.

    Do you have paypal? I wanted to send a gift via Target but dadgum, the shipping fee is just as costly as the gift itself. I’m just a poor farmer of the most humble means but I’d like to send a small wedding gift to cover the Bud Light on the Wedding Night.

  9. Bless you both!!! Many many years of happiness to you. And make a lot of BABIES!!!

    A token of my affection will be forthcoming.

  10. Congratulations on your wedding.

    As a side note, it appears that the town where you live is 89% black. Must be difficult to run a white racialist movement from such a place.

  11. Crusader wrote:

    Nice license too. I notice there’s no “Person A / Person B”, at least not yet.

    I respond:

    Missouri was the first state (2004) to amend its constitution to define marriage the way it has been defined for virtually all of human civilization.

  12. Alaska, Nebraska, and Nevada all banned gay marriage through constitutional amendment before Missouri (Alaska in 1998, Nebraska in 2000, and Nevada in 2000 and 2002). Nebraska’s gay marriage amendment went further than Missouri’s by banning both gay marriage and gay civil unions.

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