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10 Lies Taught To Us In School

The school system is a bastion of education and enlightenment, a fortress of higher learning where our children can safely discover the facts about the way our world works. 2,070 more words

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Captain Jesse Sharpe Barnes, 4th NC Infantry

Captain Jesse Sharpe Barnes enlisted in the 4th North Carolina Infantry, Co. F at the age of 18 on May 16, 1861 and a little over a year later he was dead,  killed at the Battle of Seven Pines in Virginia on May 31, 1861.  232 more words

US civil war pictures 1861 1865

The American Civil War, also called War Between the States, was a four-year war (1861–65) between the United States and 11 Southern states that seceded from the Union and formed the Confederate States of America.


The Inspiring Nature Of The Confederate Cause And Why Its Flag Represents Our Cause

One of the most frequently used symbols of the White Nationalist movement is probably the Confederate battle flag. Its provocative nature turns heads and stimulates apprehension, but do its White Nationalist bearers consider what it truly represents? 385 more words


Port Gibson, Mississippi: "Too beautiful to burn"

(Supposedly that’s what US Grant said about it.)

I wasn’t planning on visiting this town, but my GPS took me through it when it was navigating back towards Natchez from the more untamed parts of Claiborne County. 230 more words


Black Confederate Soldiers

Yes, they did really exist, even though dailykos states that they were a myth concocted by right wing “wingnuts”. There were never very many Black Confederate soldiers and I very much doubt any of them ever saw combat, but they did exist. 1,307 more words