Category Archives: Dixie

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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Poor Mark Patrick George

Here’s the latest wrinkle in the campaign against Confederate monuments in Georgia: “The Valdosta State University professor who recently called for ending all state Confederate memorials says the school – under pressure by officials – retaliated by closing his email … Continue reading

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If The South Was Right, Then Why Are There Rainbow Confederates?

Dr. Michael Hill has addressed the Rainbow Confederates in a new essay on the League of the South website: “Could there be any victory more complete than to have the descendants of one’s own defeated foes embrace the victor’s principles … Continue reading

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SPLC Article on Oxford

Keegan Hankes has published his article on the Oxford protest. I don’t have any objection to the content of the article. I will note, however, that we didn’t bring any signs to Oxford because we decided to go on the … Continue reading

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Marching Through Occupied Oxford

In response to the latest wave of political correctness run amok at Ole Miss, the Mid-South Flaggers held their “Marching Through Occupied Oxford” protest this afternoon in Oxford, MS. Approximately 50 flaggers participated in the event including about 15 League … Continue reading

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Marching Through Occupied Oxford

Change of plans … It is short notice, but several of us are going to Oxford, MS this weekend to protest decades of political correctness that has eaten away at Southern heritage at Ole Miss: – Renaming “Confederate Drive” – … Continue reading

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The Impoverishment of Appalachia

Here’s a critical passage from John Alexander Williams’ Appalachia: A History which explains how Appalachia, regardless of whether its people fought for the Union or the Confederacy, suffered a crushing defeat in the “Civil War,” which led to the subsequent … Continue reading

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Michael Peroutka’s Press Conference

In my speech on “Southern Nationalism and the Media” at the 2014 League of the South national conference, I mentioned how most of the publicity the League had received between the 2012 and 2013 national conferences was due to the … Continue reading

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Obama’s War on Coal Comes To Alabama

It’s not enough to open the borders and give millions of illegal aliens work permits to compete for Southern jobs in a depressed economy … Obama also has to kill the coal industry in Alabama with his executive orders: “BIRMINGHAM, … Continue reading

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Ole Miss Plans To Get Even More PC

Unbelievable? No, the latest capitulation to political correctness at Ole Miss doesn’t come as a surprise to anyone familiar with the university. It is part of a trend that stretches back to the 1990s. Ole Miss has already replaced Colonel … Continue reading

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