Category Archives: The War of Southern Aggression

Sunday Sermon: Confederate Memorials

If you haven’t read it yet, New Orleans’ mayor Mitch Landrieu gave one hell of a speech (boldface mine): Thank you for coming. The soul of our beloved City is deeply rooted in a history that has evolved over thousands … Continue reading

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Remembering History Versus Honoring It

As Neo-Confederates continue to defend the American Swastika, they keep talking about ‘remembering history.’ But there’s a difference between remembering what happened versus celebrating it. Listening to them, one would think a statue of Robert E. Lee or a high-flying … Continue reading

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Gun Rights: Veering Into Terrorist Territory

Why stop at threatening non-violent citizens groups like Moms Demand Action, when you can go after the real threat? The professoriate: This past week, Kutztown students, faculty and staff were first learning of the university‚Äôs new weapons policy which opens … Continue reading

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How the South Rose Again: Massive Keynesian Stimulus

Over Thanksgiving, I finished Better Off Without ‘Em: A Northern Manifesto for Southern Secession by Chuck Thompson. I might get around to giving it a full review, but one thing struck very true: the Southern argument that the South is … Continue reading

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