Category Archives: American South

Review: Little Rock Central: 50 Years Later

If you ever get the chance, I highly recommend watching the HBO documentary “Little Rock Central: 50 Years Later.” Fifty years after President Eisenhower used the 101st Airborne Division to integrate Central High School in Little Rock in 1957, two … Continue reading

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Apopka Immigration Hurts Florida Workers Demonstration

Editor’s Note: I counted 20 people on our side in Apopka. More had planned to come but were deterred by the bad weather which didn’t clear up until around noon. It looked for a while like we were finally going … Continue reading

Posted in Activism, American South, Dixie, Florida, Hispanics, Immigration, Race Relations, Southern Nationalism | 20 Comments

Little Rock Central High School: 57 Years Later, A Blighted Ghetto

While we were in Little Rock last weekend, several members of our group went to check out Central High School, which was at the center of the 1957 integration crisis. The integration of Central High by President Eisenhower – who … Continue reading

Posted in American South, Arkansas, Diversity, Dixie, History, Negroes, Race Realism, Race Relations | 9 Comments

Memphis Photos

We briefly stopped in Memphis on the ride home from Arkansas to visit the monument and grave of Nathan Bedford Forrest as well as the Lorraine Hotel where the “Rev.” Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated in 1968. Note: Memphis … Continue reading

Posted in American South, Dixie, Race Relations, Southern Nationalism, Tennessee | 11 Comments

Little Rock Southern Marriage and Family Defense Rally

In May, Pulaski County Circuit Judge Chris Piazza struck down the Arkansas constitutional ban on gay marriage. The Arkansas Supreme Court swiftly stepped in and suspended Piazza’s ruling. The matter is still tied up in the courts and the Arkansas … Continue reading

Posted in American South, Arkansas, Dixie, Homosexuals, Southern Nationalism | 44 Comments

EXCLUSIVE: SPLC Publishes Sensationalist Article on “The Indomitables”

The SPLC has published the dumbest, most unfounded, sensationalist article that I have ever seen on the Hatewatch and that’s saying something because I have been reading their blog on a daily basis for years now. The core assertion of the … Continue reading

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#Secede Billboard Goes Up Near Perry, GA

The League of the South has erected its fourth #Secede billboard this year on I-75 North near Perry, Georgia: The #Secede billboard can be seen by commuters heading northbound from Florida toward Atlanta around Exit 121 on I-75 just south … Continue reading

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Review: Hillbilly – The Real Story

Narrated by Billy Ray Cyrus, The History Channel’s “Hillbilly – The Real Story” is a two hour documentary that aims to dispel negative stereotypes and tell the true history of the people of Appalachia who although “long misunderstood as isolated … Continue reading

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Gainesville and Greenville Protests

We’ve set a new highwater mark: at least 80 to 100 activists, probably more, protested immigration this weekend in Georgia and South Carolina. Gainesville Exactly a year after the inaugural Uvalda and Vidalia, GA demonstrations, the League of the South … Continue reading

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National Day of Action on Immigration

We have something new coming up this weekend: Immigration Hurts Southern Workers Demonstration in Gainesville, GA Secure The Border Rally in Greenville, SC We have two organizations in two Southern states which will be protesting US immigration policy this weekend. … Continue reading

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