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Don’t Tread on Me

October 7, 2011 Hunter Wallace 20

Greater Appalachia The phrase “Don’t Tread on Me” resonates with the “Tea Party” which strongly identifies with the American Revolution … in spite of fact […]

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Founding Dixie

October 6, 2011 Hunter Wallace 9

South Carolina Here’s a story that is never told to children in American classrooms: it is the story of where the Southern people came from, […]

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Truth Comes Out

October 6, 2011 Hunter Wallace 4

Dixie The truth finally comes out about BRA – there is no such thing as “White America,” at least not yet. Instead, the United States […]

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Crackers and Cavaliers

October 5, 2011 Hunter Wallace 6

Virginia Stonewall Jackson and J.E.B. Stuart … served together at West Point. This is hilarious. It is a dialogue between Virginia Crackers and Virginia Cavaliers […]

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Labor Day Roundup

September 5, 2011 Hunter Wallace 16

United States As always, I spend 95 percent of my time following our “national conservation” in the mainstream. I use my telescope (the internet and […]

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The 5 Words

August 28, 2011 Hunter Wallace 2

Alabama How about this one for a counterpoint to David Lane: “The South Shall Rise Again.” Note: Barry Obama is down to 38 percent approve, […]

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End The USA

August 22, 2011 Hunter Wallace 11

Virginia Ron Paul is right that we need to “End the Fed.” Unfortunately, he doesn’t go nearly far enough for my tastes. We need to […]

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Horrendous Leadership

August 19, 2011 Hunter Wallace 52

District of Corruption At The American Interest, Walter Russell Mead complains of the “horrendous leadership” of the American South in the 1850s. The real excellent […]

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August 18, 2011 Hunter Wallace 8

Dixie The black mascot of Wall Street has declared war on the nation of Dixie. The tyrant in Washington is using executive orders to force “diversity” […]

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April 6, 2011 Hunter Wallace 17

Texas The anniversary of the birth of a real nation is quietly sneaking up on us – 150 years ago, on April 12, 1861, Confederate […]

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The Real Deal

November 19, 2010 Hunter Wallace 10

Georgia Georgia is a state that I know well. My family is originally from Central Georgia. I have lots of relatives on the other side […]