Category Archives: American South

Selma 2015: Fifty Years Later, Who Was Really On The Wrong Side Of History?

Is there anything left to say about Selma? When I heard that Barack Obama, George W. Bush, and some 94 members of Congress were going to parachute into town for the annual photo op on that bridge, I made plans … Continue reading

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Al.com Investigates Big Poultry

None of this comes as any surprise. Here in Alabama, Big Poultry produces and sells over a billion chickens annually. It is a $15 billion dollar industry that dwarfs every other agricultural commodity produced in this state. Georgia, Alabama, and … Continue reading

Posted in Alabama, American South, Capitalism, Diversity, Dixie, Hispanics, Immigration, Race Relations | 43 Comments

League of the South To Celebrate Lincoln’s Assassination In Maryland

“That means nigger citizenship. Now, by God, I’ll put him through. That is the last speech he will ever make.” – John Wilkes Booth “After being hunted like a dog through swamps, woods, and … chased by gun boats till … Continue reading

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Sanctity of Marriage Rally In Montgomery, AL

H/T SPLC While several members of the Alabama League of the South were preoccupied with protesting immigration in Florida, a new group called “Sanctity of Marriage Alabama” was holding its own demonstration against gay marriage in Montgomery: Note: As some … Continue reading

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Gainesville and Alachua Demonstrations

Heading into 2015, the League of the South plans to continue our street activism and build upon the network we have created over the past two years. This weekend we held two anti-immigration demonstrations in Gainesville and Alachua, FL. The … Continue reading

Posted in Activism, American South, Dixie, Florida, Immigration, Southern Nationalism | 18 Comments

Southern Baptist Convention Leaders Call For “Integrated Churches”

In related news, the Southern Baptist Convention is also in the business of peddling Americanism with a cross: Note: As with Pope Francis and the Catholic Church, secular liberalism is the dominant culture of the West. If you want to … Continue reading

Posted in American South, Christianity, Diversity, Dixie, PC, Race Relations | 46 Comments

Ain’t That America: Americans or Alabamians?

John Archibald has a thought provoking article at Al.com this afternoon: Are we American? Or just Alabamian? “The question is simple. Are we Americans? Or are we Alabamians? Are we Americans, loyal above all else to the notion of liberty … Continue reading

Posted in Ain't That America, Alabama, American South, Americanism, Dixie, Homosexuals, Southern Nationalism | 27 Comments

League of the South Unveils New #SECEDE Billboard In Harrison, AR

Why not? Note: As the SPLC has already pointed out, the League has an anonymous donor who is willing to match up to $10,000 in donations to our general billboard fund between now and Feb. 20. That can pay for … Continue reading

Posted in Activism, American South, Arkansas, Dixie, Southern Nationalism | 16 Comments

Federal Judge Strikes Down Alabama Gay Marriage Ban

It seems like we just spent most of last week here discussing the nature of liberal republican governments and whether or not they are plagued by perpetual cycles of ever expanding rights claims: “A federal judge in Mobile on Friday … Continue reading

Posted in Alabama, American South, Americanism, Dixie, Homosexuals, Liberalism, Politics, Progressives | 30 Comments

League of the South Participates In Lee-Jackson Day In Lexington, VA

H/T SNN Here’s a write up of the League of the South’s participation in the recent Lee-Jackson Day festivities in Lexington: “League of the South members attended the annual pilgrimage to Lexington Va. Lexington is the final resting place for … Continue reading

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