Statement from TX Lt. Com. John McCammon On Statue Removal

Compatriots, The agenda to remove all memory of the Confederacy continues. This reinforces the need for us to unite and fight our enemies at every turn. This means local observation, reconnaissance, working with other heritage groups, reading on line papers and participating in local politics. We need to unite and fight our enemies who continue to attack us, relentlessly and with hate, until they accomplish their goal of removing all Confederate History and then, “re-educating” our children. If this isn’t

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Francis Bellamy – Life and Legacy

There has been confusion as to the author of the United States Pledge of Allegiance, and his origin. Several newspapers, including the Kansas City Star of Kansas City, Kansas and the Dennison Review of Dennison, Iowa, have inaccurately passed on the notion that the author of the pledge was a Kansan. They indicate that the birth of the Pledge took place in Cherryvale, Montgomery County, Kansas, near Coffeyville. This couldn’t possibly be further from the truth. The legend goes as follows: A

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SHOULD THE SOUTH CHANT THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE?

Some southern groups have removed the federal flag from their meetings and stopped robotically chanting the pledge.  Here is a quote from one site: “Some Florida SCV Camps no longer fly the American Flag and most won’t recite the Pledge of Allegiance. As a former SUV Camp Commander and active/loyal SCV member JOHN V. said, “There is nothing in the SCV By-Laws that FORCES us to say the pledge!” The REB reenactor WebSite has called for the removal of the

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HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!

My dearest friends, family and fellow Sons of Confederate Veterans members; I wish for you nothing but the best in this new year. May it be filled with happiness, prosperity and success. May none of you experience pain, neglect or sorrow. But most of all, my wish for you is that you will grow in faith, good deeds and in your prayer life. The world isn’t getting any safer, better or more secure. There simply is no better time to

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When Congress Officially Declared that the Civil War was Not About Slavery

It was July of 1861, and things were looking bad for the United States. The December before, South Carolina had seceded, and the gulf states followed in quick succession throughout January, with Texas joining on February 1. Then, as it became unmistakable that the United States intended to invade the seceded states, and force all other states to take up arms against them, the mid-Southern states had no choice but to secede as well, starting with Virginia’s departure from the

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The Leftist Love Affair with Hamilton

Gary North is right to point out that Vice President-Elect Mike Pence “got what he deserved” when he was booed at and jeered by the ill-mannered and ignorant crowd of New York leftists at the Broadway performance of the musical “Hamilton” recently.  At the end of the show he was also given a lecture on leftism and “diversity” by one of the idiotic cast members.  (They praise “diversity” despite the fact that the online casting call for the musical reportedly

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SHE COULD NOT ALLOW THE TRUTH TO BE COVERED UP AND NEGLECTED…

Katheryne Boone Hamilton the descendant of a free black man who served for the Confederacy in the Civil War said, “There are some naysayers that say it never happened. I tell people, ‘You don’t have to believe me. Just let this be a catalyst for you to do your own research.’ I don’t try to force it on anyone, but I simply suggest to do… your own research.” Her great-grandfather, Jason Boone, was born and raised in the Skeetertown area

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