BREAKING: Memphis Willfully Defies State Law – Heritage Preservation Act

At the Memphis city council meeting tonight, the city voted to remove the Forrest statue and Jefferson Davis statue immediately. At this moment the parks are surrounded by Memphis City police and cranes are on site, the statues will be moved tonight. They are willfully violating the Heritage Preservation act; the City has broken state law. This has been a well-organized, behind the scenes plan by the city. They deliberately did this after hours to prevent action on our part.

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The City of Dallas – Hate Above Help

While the rest of Texas, and indeed, the nation scrambles to send aid, money and supplies to the parts of Texas hit hard by the hurricane; Dallas is concerned only with removing all Confederate monuments, street names, park names and school names. Their latest resolution shows that they would rather spend money on statues that apparently have the power to cause physical injury and mental anguish, rather than helping their fellow Texans. #BoycottDallas Don’t spend a dime on anything in

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In today’s society, what ISN’T hate?

Those of us that are attempting to defend the heritage, heroism and legacy of our ancestors have a very big problem right now. The media isn’t displaying images of Southerners, descendants of those brave dead, feeding the homeless. They aren’t showing those who truly represent the South giving blankets out in parks, or socks and new boots to the barefoot. They aren’t showing us raising money for cancer patients, or for widows. They aren’t showing us attending Church faithfully. They

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Black Confederate Soldiers

There are a lot of folks up North that want to take away the service and heritage of those black slaves, former slaves and free blacks who took up arms against the Northern aggressors to protect their homes, their families and their possessions, and yes, in many cases, those of their masters. But let me make absolutely clear, having gone in to war at the side of a master does not in any way detract from the service. These men

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The Founding of the SCV in 1896

Attached is a link to an audio recording on Ponca City’s Camp 2180 website, of the program put on by Oklahoma Vindicator and Camp Commander Charles Wilson of Ponca City, OK regarding the founding of the SCV by the UCV. It’s very informational, and much of the information comes directly from the “Minutes/Proceedings of the Reunion of United Confederate Veterans in 1896 held in Richmond, Virginia“, as well as from addresses by our own Confederate Veterans and Oklahoma leaders of the late 1800’s.

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Last Night’s Save the Confederate Monument Rally

Sadly, with such short notice, only around nineteen (19) compatriots showed up to defend our honor and our heritage last night in Dallas at Pioneer Plaza Cemetery. Fortunately, the opposition was unable to put together a crowd much larger than thirty (30) people. I’m very proud of those 19 of my compatriots that showed up to vindicate the cause of our honored ancestors. Our ancestors, like these 19, were willing to leave the comfort of their homes and families to

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