Category Archives: American South

Whither Rainbowism: Has Unrequited Negrophilia Lost Its Allure In The SCV?

Kevin Levin writes: “This is about the fact that it was a group of African-American students who successfully petitioned their school to acknowledge their interpretation of the Confederate flag. It is a reminder that African Americans will never subscribe to … Continue reading

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SCLC Agitates Against Confederate Monuments and Holidays

For those who don’t know their history, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) was Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “civil rights” organization. It grew out of the Montgomery Bus Boycott which launched the “Civil Rights Movement”: “Valdosta, GA – Across the … Continue reading

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SCV and League of the South To Rally In Lexington

The Maryland/Virginia League of the South will be holding a protest in Lexington, VA this weekend on Saturday, July 26th, in response to the removal of the regimental Confederate battle flags from Lee Chapel at Washington and Lee University. The meeting … Continue reading

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Creative Loafing: Georgia Should “End” All Confederate Memorials

Last November, I organized a protest of the removal of the Tom Watson statue from the grounds of the Georgia State Capitol in Atlanta. Gov. Nathan Deal said at the time that the removal of the Watson statue was only … Continue reading

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Washington and Lee University To Remove Confederate Flags Inside Lee Chapel

The president of Washington and Lee University, Kenneth Ruscio, announced in an email this afternoon that the eight regimental Confederate battle flags on display in Lee Chapel, which rests above the crypt where Robert E. Lee and his family are … Continue reading

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Where Do Christian Conservatives Live?

Answer: The South Note: You have probably seen several versions of this map over the years here which illustrate how Dixie is a culturally distinct nation within the United States. In terms of religion, Missouri and Oklahoma are more Southern than Midwestern.

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Full Text: Southern Nationalism and The Media

Editor’s Note: Here’s the full text of my speech, Southern Nationalism and The Media, which I delivered at the 2014 League of the South National Conference. The speech was an analysis of the media coverage the League has received over the … Continue reading

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Review: 2014 League of the South National Conference

The 2014 League of the South conference was held in Wetumpka, AL this weekend. Compared to the 2012 and 2013 national conferences, the 2014 conference was a consolidation of the changes that have occurred within the League over the past … Continue reading

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Live Thread: 2014 League of the South National Conference

Alabama Check out the League of the South’s new website: http://leagueofthesouth.com Note: The new website is a change that was long overdue.

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“Secede From Obamaland” Demonstration in Kentucky

Kentucky H/T SNN Yesterday, the Kentucky League of the South had their first local secession demonstration. Below is a write up of the event by Chapter Chairman, Coleman Lacy: “On Saturday, we arrived in Carrollton, a small town around 3500 … Continue reading

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