Category Archives: Kentucky

Stand For Coal: Middlesboro and Harlan Demonstrations

Editor’s Note: The coal industry is shifting its operations from Appalachia to the Interior West, but this is driven in part by EPA regulations. H/T SNN “On Saturday October 25, 2014, the Kentucky League of the South had its 2nd demonstration … 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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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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The Cost of the Union: Federal Judge Strikes Down Kentucky Gay Marriage Ban

As I was saying yesterday, the US citizen has no “voice” or input in the American system. Federal judges, oligarchs, and corrupt executives have the final say and can gut any law or overturn the result of any popular election … Continue reading

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The Cost of the Union: Obama Declares War on Coal Country

District of Corruption In the video below, President Barack Obama announces his plan to destroy the coal industry and thousands of Southern jobs in Appalachia with a suite of unpopular new EPA regulations designed to fight “climate change.” West Virginia Rep. … Continue reading

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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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Secede From Obamaland Demonstration: (Carrollton & Warsaw, KY – May 31st)

Kentucky Here’s the event page of the next League demonstration. Note: This will be the first event in Kentucky.

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Kentucky Unionism

Kentucky I’m currently reading Kent Dollar, Larry Whiteaker, W. Calvin Dickinson’s book, Sister States, Enemy States: The Civil War in Kentucky and Tennessee. The book explores why Kentucky, officially, chose to remain in the Union while Tennessee, officially, seceded and joined the Confederacy. … Continue reading

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Rainbow Confederates: Kentucky Racial Attitudes

Kentucky Here’s an except from the chapter “Kentucky Unionism” in Kent T. Dollar, Larry H. Whiteaker and W. Calvin Dickinson’s book, Sister States, Enemy States: The Civil War in Kentucky and Tennessee: “Although the average mid-century Kentuckian may have been … Continue reading

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The White Ghetto

Kentucky National Review has a new article on poor White Southerners in Greater Appalachia: “Owsley County, Ky. – There are lots of diversions in the Big White Ghetto, the vast moribund matrix of Wonder Bread–hued Appalachian towns and villages stretching from … Continue reading

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