Category Archives: American history

Don’t care much about history

The reputation of the region of the United States below the Potomac today suffers from (the) same forces from which the Middle Ages suffered at the hands of historians during the Enlightenment. Chroniclers of Southern history often do not grasp … Continue reading

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Yankee abolitionists: evil and wrong

https://www.abbevilleinstitute.org/blog/a-disease-of-the-public-mind/  

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Political intentions and historical distortions

The major take away from this election is that (liberals) hate (Southerners); they have always hated us; their Federal Empire was created by those who used bloody bayonets to destroy our right to be left alone and live in a … Continue reading

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Musing on the 4th of July

The official temperature today is 92 degrees F, but the “RealFeel” is 106 degrees. It’s very humid and thunderstorms are predicted (65% chance). We were outside briefly this morning (along with thousands of tourists heading for the southeastern North Carolina … Continue reading

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Historical myths about the “underground railroad”

In the continuing chicanery of cultural Marxists to eradicate historic people and symbols from American culture, yet another attempt is underway—replace President and American war hero Andrew Jackson’s picture on the $20-dollar bill. The mythical “Harriet Tubman” is being promoted … Continue reading

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Don’t know much about history

Author and historian Victor Davis Hanson at the site below exposes the ignorance and the hypocritical stupidity of many modern college students. These children are products of our education systems that have been infiltrated with Marxist, anti-American subversives spawned from … Continue reading

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American flags

On Saturday, March 5, 2016 the Twenty Eighth Annual Confederate Flag Day Observance and Celebration was held at the State Capitol in Raleigh, North Carolina. The program was sponsored by the North Carolina Division Sons of Confederate Veterans. Since 1988 … Continue reading

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