Category Archives: Dixie

Escape From Bullock County

While former Alabama State Senator Myron Penn and the Mayor of Union Springs have focused their attention on the burning issue of Confederate flags decorating Confederate graves in a Confederate cemetery on Confederate Memorial Day, the real problems facing the … Continue reading

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Confirmed: City of Union Springs Removes Confederate Flags From Confederate Graves In Confederate Cemetery

Just checked on the flags in the Confederate graveyard in Union Springs. They have all been removed. #HeritageLost

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The Sesquisentennial of the War for Southern Independence as Symbolic of the Fallen State of the South

Excellent read. “With the Sesquicentennial of the epic war of American history winding down, many may think this War no longer particularly relevant and we can move on to more current concerns. Such an attitude, which I dare say prevails … Continue reading

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A Tour of Union Springs, AL

Here are some of the highlights of Union Springs, AL. While I was down there yesterday evening, I took the liberty of snapping some photos around town. My travelogue essay on Selma was a big hit. Hopefully, these photos will … Continue reading

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Deadline Passes: Confederate Flags Still In Union Springs Confederate Cemetery

As promised, I drove to Union Springs, AL this evening in the hope of catching Union Springs city employees on video in the act of removing the Confederate Battle Flags from the Confederate graves in the Confederate cemetery. The flags … Continue reading

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Mayor of Union Springs Issues Executive Order to Remove Confederate Flags From Confederate Graves In Confederate Cemetery

The Confederate Battle Flag controversy in Union Springs is escalating. Yesterday, I reported that some Southern patriot had restored 10 of the small Confederate Battle Flags to the graves of the Confederate soldiers buried in the Confederate cemetery in Union … Continue reading

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Confederate Flags Restored In Union Springs

H/T Johnny Adams News They’re back. Note: I wish I could take credit for this, but someone else beat me to it. BTW, the Flagging Union Springs event on June 19 is gaining steam. Come to 75 percent black Union … Continue reading

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Myron Penn Removes Confederate Battle Flags From Confederate Cemetery

This is a story that strikes close to home. Myron Penn, a black attorney with the law firm Penn & Seaborn, who used to be my Alabama state senator in District 28 from 2003 to 2011, has created a huge … Continue reading

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Texas: Confused College Students Deface and Seek Removal of Jefferson Davis Statue

Attacks on traditional heritage sites seem to be increasing with each passing day, with a century-old statue dedicated to Confederate President Jefferson Davis the latest to feel the wrath of mentally-challenged groups of the Leftist persuasion. Standing on the University … Continue reading

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Knoxville Confederate Flag Rally

H/T CofCC Kyle Rogers reports on the dueling Black Lives Matter and Confederate flag rallies this afternoon at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville: “Members of the CofCC, the South Knox Ten Mile Club, and others participated in a Confederate … Continue reading

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