PTSD is really a reaction to being exposed to death, and anyone who’s been exposed to death in even a single incident, like a car accident ~ you don’t want to go back and think about that all the time. But you can’t not think about it.
Civil War (1861-1865)
Try as they might, and even enabled by the liberal media, the Democrat Party cannot run from their complicity in slavery, their legislative enactment of the Jim Crow Laws, the Ku Klux Klan, the lynchings and terror of Blacks, and the racial hatred and bigotry, any more than they can run from their attempt today, to re-enslave Black America. Through their use of government welfare and handouts, the Democrats are luring people of color to the New Government Plantation with the federal government as the overseer.
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Many of us have been to the dark side and never returned to
July 29 marks WWI’s 100th anniversary. It was called the war to end all wars. Never again was heard.
War is big business ~ and it operates in the service of big business regardless of the lives that are sacrificed.
– Every soldier’s grave made during our civil war is a tribute to American valor…we should share in the care of the Confederates’. Pres. McKinley
– Happy Saint Patrick’s Day from Dixie, and the Sons of Confederate Veterans
– The Victors Write the War History, but Should Their Lies be Immortal?
As part of our Sesquicentennial series, we wanted to put together an informative piece on genealogy to inspire others to start their own family roots search.
The War Between the States has a many parallels with 911…
The intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance support critical to operations in Afghanistan got its start 150 years ago this month, when a balloonist showed then-President Abraham Lincoln how a gas-filled balloon could help the Union Army prevail in the Civil War.
Annually America’s warrior tradition is commemorated in major media editorials and op-eds, honoring fallen men and women for reasons not explained.
The U.S. criminal apparatus extreme violations and assaults on human self-dignity and global citizenry decency is unprecedented in documented historical recorded events.
Once upon a time where was no political correctness about the Civil War. There were differences of opinion yes, but they were not exploited for political reasons like they are today.
April is Confederate Memorial Month where various commemorations held throughout the month, primarily in the South. In the other states I would venture to say that most have never even heard of it, a combination performance of historical revisionism, political correctness, and amnesia. But I am happy to report that we are seeing more events being held each year,and better attended.
Tuesday marks 150 years since the start of the U.S. Civil War. Newspapers everywhere are proclaiming it the deadliest war in U.S. history, the costliest U.S. war in terms of the loss of human life.
Over the next four years Americans will be able to remember and teach our children the tragic events of the War Between the States, the War of Southern Independence, or Civil War as it is called. Southerners don’t like the term civil war as they were not attempting to take over the country or DC […]
What makes the most fantastic and undocumented war-launching and war-prolonging lies credible are differences and prejudices, against others and in favor of our own. Without religious bigotry, racism, and patriotic jingoism, wars would be harder to sell.
At 98, Brown’s part of an exclusive group – the surviving children of Civil War soldiers, removed by a single generation from the nation’s bloodiest conflict. Records show fewer than 100 sons and daughters of the blue and gray veterans remain nationwide. Tennessee boasts four Confederate sons – two in the Knoxville area, including Brown – along with a Union son and daughter.
“We went to war on account of the thing we quarreled with the North about. I never heard of any other cause of quarrel than slavery. Men fight from sentiment. After the fight is over they invent some fanciful theory on which they imagine that they fought.” — Confederate Col. John Mosby
Massa Governor McDonnell of the Confederate State of Virginia Shamed into Apologizing for Being a Traitor to the USA
Memo to Massa Govenor McDonnell of Virginia: The USA is one nation under god. We are NOT the Confederacy of the Slave Owning States of the Stonewall Jackson. We won the war and do NOT celebrate the losses of our enemies!
By Jake Palmateer A local research institute specializing in the study of black Civil War soldiers is expanding its efforts to include Revolutionary War veterans. So far, the initiative has led to a greater understanding of the life of Cato Freedom, a freed black man who served in a Connecticut regiment, and whose grave was […]
Resolution Specifies That It Cannot Be Used in Reparations Cases By Krissah Thompson Washington Post Staff Writer The Senate unanimously passed a resolution yesterday apologizing for slavery, making way for a joint congressional resolution and the latest attempt by the federal government to take responsibility for 2 1/2 centuries of slavery. "You wonder why we […]
* Hundreds of women in both armies dressed as men so they could serve * Confederate anthem "Dixie" was a favorite of Abraham Lincoln’s * Confederate President Jefferson Davis was effectively mugged by a gang of women * Paul Revere’s grandson fought at the Battle of Gettysburg By Eric Johnson Perhaps your history teachers […]
TUCSON — Bishop Gerald F. Kicanas says it is time the few remains of soldiers from the 1860s through the 1880s who died in the then Arizona Territory be given a final resting place. “They need land where they will have final peace,” the bishop of the Diocese of Tucson said Friday morning. Prior to […]
By Stephen C. Webster When asked if Georgia would be better off as an independent nation or as part of the United States, 43 percent of Republicans in the state selected independent nation, according to a poll published Friday.Asked, “Would you approve or disapprove of Georgia leaving the United States?” 32 percent of Georgia Republicans […]
Secession wrong play for GOP By Jim Thompson Athens Banner-Herald There’s no question Senate Resolution 632, a legislative proposal that should have been packaged with cases of survival rations and bottled water, a stash of automatic weapons, a mountain hideaway and enough tinfoil to make fashionable headgear for the entire family, was a Republican play […]
Op-Ed Columnist By CHARLES M. BLOW Published: April 17, 2009 The United States Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Intelligence and Analysis issued a report last week suggesting that current political and economic conditions are energizing right-wing extremist groups, that many of these groups follow extremely conservative ideologies and that some may seek to recruit […]
As a veteran of the United States Marine Corps, I take very much to heart the well being of the republic, not just for my own best interests but for every one elses as well, not the lunatic fringe element how ever that I read about who seem bent on burning down the country now […]