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Time to Repeal the Heritage Act

Rain and sleet do not deter Gary Votour, of SC Onward from attending his organized protest rally at the State House. Although inclement weather turned-away attendees, he was concerned that participants would show up without seeing a last-minute cancellation on Facebook. 323 more words


Battle of Chattanooga and Chickamauga - Part 2

The US Congress authorized the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park in 1890. 

Flags from each state involved in the battle hang in the Visitor Center… 23 more words


Birthdays and New Beginnings

Today, the 19th of January, is the birthday of the noble Son of the South, Robert Edward Lee. Born in 1807, Lee would prove in his lifetime to be one of the most capable commanders in military history. 311 more words

The Librarians Should Hit The Books A Little Harder

I should have enjoyed the show a lot. I did. Well, I enjoyed it, but like a dirt clod on the Mona Lisa, there was one scene that not only threw me out of the show, I couldn’t think of anything else the rest of the show. 602 more words

Personal Development

VMFA Flaggers Seen Adding Snow to Cars With Liberal Bumper Stickers

RICHMOND, Va. — Following last night’s snowstorm, Confederate flaggers normally seen outside of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts were spotted adding snow to cars with liberal bumper stickers. 172 more words


New Podcast and Award

Last week, I was invited to participate in a podcast courtesy of Dixie Heritage Newsletter. It was great fun talking to Dr. Ed about my books, my future plans, and my beliefs in Southern heritage. 80 more words