Category Archives: Dixie

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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SECEDE Billboard Returns In Tuscaloosa

I’m told the SECEDE billboard has gone back up … this time it has been moved to downtown Tuscaloosa near the University of Alabama’s football stadium just in time for football season. #RollTide #Secede … surely, that will attract comment. … Continue reading

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Review: A History of Appalachia

Richard B. Drake’s A History of Appalachia is an excellent introduction to the history and culture of the people of the region. The book can best be described as a scholarly overview of the literature that exists on the subject. … Continue reading

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Update: SCV Demands Apology From Washington and Lee University

Editor’s Note: Washington and Lee University has backtracked and confirmed the bullying did take place. This incident allegedly happened to a 15-year-old boy at the Washington and Lee demonstration last weekend: “Since it was my first time in Lexington I … Continue reading

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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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Stand for Coal Demonstration in Prestonburg and Pikeville, KY

While thousands of Americans in hundreds of cities protested the border surge which is a direct result of President Barack Obama’s executive order that bypassed Congress to implement the DREAM Act in 2012, the Kentucky League of the South was … 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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