Category Archives: the South

I Got my Rebel Face Masks Today

The 2021 American Renaissance conference is less than two months away, and that means I’ll be spending time at airports pretty soon. Airports are the perfect place to wear Rebel insignia, and show our support for America, freedom and all … Continue reading

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When Might Reparations Make Sense?

For those of y’all who don’t already know, I’m married to a Quora space called “It’s Okay to be White.” When I say “married,” I don’t mean like a regular marriage, where each spouse gets some alone time now and … Continue reading

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What the Confederate Battle Flag Means to Us

I’m reposting Paul White’s excellent article on the Confederate Battle Flag from Quora, with his permission: What do white people think when they see the rebel flag, aka, the ‘Confederate Flag’? What is now known as the ‘Confederate Flag’ never … Continue reading

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The Government is the Political Arm of the Corporate Media

Who controls the past controls the future. In an age where the vast majority of the population gets its information from a Corporate Media that is owned by only a handful of players, the phrase “money talks” takes on new … Continue reading

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AUTHENTIC HISTORY KU KLUX KLAN, 1865-1877 Part Two

This is part two, and the final, part of my review of Authentic History Ku Klux Klan, 1865-1877 by Susan Lawrence Davis. I’ll focus on various facts (according to Mrs. Davis) and the Klan’s relationship to various ethnic groups. Here’s … Continue reading

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AUTHENTIC HISTORY KU KLUX KLAN, 1865-1877 Part One

Diversity Chronicle sent me a link to the PDF version of Authentic History Ku Klux Klan, 1865-1877. It was written by Susan Lawrence Davis, who came from an old Ku Klux Klan family, and recalled playing chess with Nathan Bedford … Continue reading

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“Be Less White” the Song

Here’s a nice song from Buddy Brown: If you look at the comments, you’ll see one from Karlyn Borysenko. She says she’s the one who first published the story. This might be the case, as she’s got a popular “Walk … Continue reading

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Not even the White House can speak the truth

I’m worried for our country, and I’m worried for our freedoms, especially our freedom of speech. Kayleigh McEnany is brilliant, and maybe we’d be better off having her as president than Trump. Beauty, intelligence and a strong personality. But even … Continue reading

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How the English Failed to Stamp Out the Scots Language

I came across an old article, from Atlas Obscura, that echoes something I’ve been saying for years, how governments work to destroy native languages and dialects. The article tells the story of the Scots language, not to be confused with … Continue reading

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The Old Confederate Flag Canard

Conservatism Inc. strikes again, this time in the guise of Rich Lowry, writing for the National Review. Of course, the proximate cause of the protests this time is the coronavirus lockdowns rather than Obamacare, although the feel of the demonstrations … Continue reading

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