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Cruz calls it a ‘circus’: the State of the Union spectacle begins

January 26, 2014 10 comments

Cruz calls it a \’circus\’: the State of the Union spectacle begins

washington Times ^ | January 24, 2014, 03:25PM | Jennifer Harper

Posted on Sunday, January 26, 2014 11:48:31 AM by SoConPubbie

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It is is political theater at its most frantic: the State of the Union address – SOTU in popular parlance – may now stand for “so too” much. The annual rite is amplified by shrill news coverage and endlessly endlessly punctuated by partisan applause, planned distractions, mystifying protocols and annoying insider behaviors.

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The speech-as-spectacle has strayed from the austere path recommended in Article II, Section 3 of the U.S. Constitution which advises that the president of the moment shall from time to time give to Congress information of the State of the Union and recommend to their consideration such measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient.”

 

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Gunny G: Dr Ed Rivera : Taxes, Constitution, Etc….

December 14, 2013 1 comment

Gunny G: Dr Ed Rivera : Taxes, Constitution, Etc….

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The States of Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Michigan and part of Minnesota constituted the Northwest Territory, the subject of the Northwest Ordinance of July 13, 1787. 

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One of my students who lives in Wisconsin sent me the attached State of Wisconsin general property tax law.  This student wants to have his property removed from the real property tax rolls. Any other student wishing to accomplish the same thing must, of course, master the four Organic Laws of the United States of America and then the local general property tax law. 

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The Last Confederate General, General Joe Shelby

December 2, 2013 1 comment

The Last Confederate General, General Joe Shelby

http://www.ar15.com ^ | December 12, 2006 | Christopher Eger

Posted on Monday, December 02, 2013 10:25:15 AM by NKP_Vet

Refusing to surrender he led his men on an epic 1500 mile flight through the anarchy of a lost war to continue the fight.

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The US Is a Failed State –… “America is a very sick patient with a curable cancer that, if left alone, will cause death. The cancer is the Union or the state known as the U.S.A. More commonly, the Union and the U.S.A. are referred to as the U.S. government, the federal government or simply the government. It is the body established by the Constitution that administers the powers described in that Constitution. Phasing out and dissolving the U.S. government, which can be done by constitutional means, will remove the cancer and restore a degree of health.”

July 23, 2013 2 comments
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English: Abraham Lincoln, the sixteenth President of the United States. Latviešu: Abrahams Linkolns, sešpadsmitais ASV prezidents. Српски / Srpski: Абрахам Линколн, шеснаести председник Сједињених Америчких Држава. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

America is a very sick patient with a curable cancer that, if left alone, will cause death. The cancer is the Union or the state known as the U.S.A. More commonly, the Union and the U.S.A. are referred to as the U.S. government, the federal government or simply the government. It is the body established by the Constitution that administers the powers described in that Constitution.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Phasing out and dissolving the U.S. government, which can be done by constitutional means, will remove the cancer and restore a degree of health.

 

Ending the Union will certainly not cure all of America’s ills, because they trace back to wrong and false ideas.

 

 

 

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Remembering Mary Surratt; Marylander and Southerner

July 7, 2013 Leave a comment

 

 

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Remembering Mary Surratt; Marylander and Southerner

 

Huntington News ^ | July 5, 2013 | Calvin E. Johnson, Jr.

 

Posted on Saturday, July 06, 2013 5:46:26 PM by BigReb555

 

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The State Legislature of Maryland prepared to vote on secession in 1861 to join the Southern Confederacy but Federal troops were sent to squash their attempt.

 

 

 

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The New Preamble for the Age of Obama and Boehner

June 14, 2013 1 comment

The New Preamble for the Age of Obama and Boehner

 

June 13, 2013 | Tom Hoefling

 

Posted on Friday, June 14, 2013 1:27:15 AM by EternalVigilance

 

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English: U.S. President Barack Obama meets with Speaker of the House John Boehner during the debt ceiling increase negotiations. The official White House caption says “President Barack Obama meets with Speaker of the House John Boehner on the patio near the Oval Office, Sunday, July 3, 2011. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza” (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

 

 

“We the Politicians of the Democrat-Republican Party, in Order to destroy the Union, establish Injustice, insure domestic Planned Parenthood Violence, provide for our common national surrender to Islam and Communists, buy votes and control the people through individual Welfare Entitlements, and erase the Blessings of Liberty for ourselves and our Posterity via abortion, the homosexual agenda, and the creation of debt that we cannot possibly repay, do disdain and disestablish this Constitution of the United States of America.”

 

 

 

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The Great Civil War Lie…

June 11, 2013 44 comments

The Great Civil War Lie

NY Times Disunion ^ | June 5, 2013 | MARC-WILLIAM PALEN

Posted on Tuesday, June 11, 2013 7:48:08 AM by iowamark

Civil War buffs have long speculated about how different the war might have been if only the Confederacy had won formal recognition from Britain. But few recognize how close that came to happening — and how much pro-Southern sympathy in Britain was built on a lie…

Early British support for the South was further buttressed by something as mundane as a protective tariff — the Morrill Tariff — approved by Congress on March 2, 1861. This new tariff, passed to protect American infant industries, also unwittingly gave rise to a troublesome myth of mounting trans-Atlantic proportions.

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Articles: Lincoln Immortal?….. “Most students do not know that a score of years is twenty and, therefore, that Lincoln in 1863 references the year 1776 and the Declaration of Independence. And instead…”

April 28, 2013 2 comments

…..The typical college student does not know Lincoln. The phrase “Four score and seven years ago” from the Gettysburg Address is that one fine morsel that begets familiarity, but without meaning or significance.

 

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Most students do not know that a score of years is twenty and, therefore, that Lincoln in 1863 references the year 1776 and the Declaration of Independence.

 

And instead of simply saying, for instance, “Eighty-seven years ago,” Lincoln deliberately chooses to use the Biblical language of Psalm 90, demonstrating that the time since the founding exceeds the allotted lifetime of man. As time separated those of Lincoln’s generation from the founders, so too has time separated our own generation from Lincoln. But now the gulf is much greater.

 

 

 

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The Battle of Gettysburg Through a 13-Year-Old’s Eyes

April 24, 2013 18 comments

The Battle of Gettysburg Through a 13-Year-Old’s Eyes

http://www.historic-restorations.com ^ | March 6, 2013

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My children have long been urging me to give them in a short story my experience in the Battle of Gettysburg. I was then a girl of thirteen, living on the Seminary Ridge which today is known to every child who studies the history of the Civil War.

I shall never forget the June afternoon when I stood on the Seminary steps with my parents and other persons to see a Confederate host marching in the Chambersburg Pike. It seemed as if Pandemonium had broken loose. A more ragged and unkempt set of men would be hard to find. Many wore parts of Union soldiers’ suits which, I suppose, had been picked up on the field of battle, or had been discarded by our men. A squad from the main body was sent over to the Seminary to find out whether any Yankee soldiers were concealed there.

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Signs on Northbound on I-5 near Chehalis , WA (88 miles south of Seattle )… “The federal government is now petitioning to have these signs removed or Washington state will be denied additional monies for interstate highways. The State of Washington replied, they will secede from the Union rather than be intimidated. These are a matter of free speech paid for by a private citizen. It seems the Obama government…”

April 19, 2013 1 comment

Signs on Northbound on I-5 near Chehalis , WA (88 miles south of Seattle )

 

it makes sense blog ^ | Feb 6, 2011 | professor1

 

Posted on Friday, April 19, 2013 10:38:00 AM by diverteach

 

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The federal government is now petitioning to have these signs removed or Washington state will be denied additional monies for interstate highways. The State of Washington replied, they will secede from the Union rather than be intimidated. These are a matter of free speech paid for by a private citizen.

 

 

It seems the Obama government uses intimidation and ignores the first amendment when they want to silence someone.

 

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Alan Stang — Yankee Genocide Still Here… “Remember that at the beginning of the war Lincoln offered Lee command of the Union army. Imagine the humane result had he been able to accept. We make war “only upon armed men,” said Lee. “

April 11, 2013 1 comment

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Our source for the present discussion is War Crimes Against Southern Civilians, by Walter Brian Cisco Pelican, Gretna, Louisiana, 2007.

It is important to establish that the spiritual and political inheritors of the war criminals who committed those crimes do not deny them.

They ignore them, hoping that if they say nothing those crimes will fade away; and so far they have been successful. Remember, the winner of a war writes the history of the war. They will respond only if their crimes become sufficiently known.It is important to correct the record.

The crimes and the criminals need to be named. More, they must be explained, because the motives that inspired them continue to motivate the men who run our country, regardless of political party. As we shall see, little has changed. Only if we drag this continuing horror into the light do we have a chance of exorcising it.

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ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC PICTURES OF THE CIVIL WAR…

March 20, 2013 Leave a comment


ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC PICTURES OF THE CIVIL WAR

 

It is amazing how sharp they are;

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Click here: The Civil War, Part 1: The Atlantic

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(GyG: See Reader Responses… ) ~ Ten Neo-Confederate Myths…

March 10, 2013 Leave a comment

Ten Neo-Confederate Myths

 

March 9, 2013 | vanity

 

Posted on Sunday, March 10, 2013 11:19:44 AM by BroJoeK

 

Ten Neo-Confederate Myths (+one)

 

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“Secession was not all about slavery.”

 

In fact, a study of the earliest secessionists documents shows, when they bother to give reasons at all, their only major concern was to protect the institution of slavery.

 

For example, four seceding states issued “Declarations of the Immediate Causes Which Induce and Justify Secession from the Federal Union“.

 

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What Is Liberalism? (Answer: A Mental Disease!!!)

February 23, 2013 13 comments

What Is Liberalism? (Answer: A Mental Disease!!!)

Townhall.com ^ | February 23, 2013 | John C. Goodman

Posted on Saturday, February 23, 2013 9:06:21 AM

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The conventional view is that liberalism is an ideology. In fact it is a sociology.

An ideology is a set of ideas that cohere. Socialism is an ideology. So is libertarianism. Suppose I told you that socialists believe the government

President Obama is said to have made the case for a liberal public policy agenda in his State of the Union speech the other night. But what is liberalism?

The conventional view is that liberalism is an ideology. In fact it is a sociology.

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Medal of Honor recipient declines invitation to State of the Union

February 12, 2013 3 comments

Medal of Honor recipient declines invitation to State of the Union

 

CNN ^

 

Posted on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 4:54:34 PM by Arthurio

 

 

(CNN) — The former Army staff sergeant who was awarded the Medal of Honor by President Barack Obama Monday is declining the first lady’s invitation to be her guest at Tuesday’s State of the Union address.

 

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Lincoln and the Copperheads… « AMERICAN BLOGGER: GUNNY.G ~ WEBLOG.EMAIL

February 6, 2013 1 comment

In January 1863, Abraham Lincoln made a remarkable confession. He was, he told a senator, more worried about “the fire in the rear” than he was about the Confederates to his front…

 

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Disgusted Republicans termed them “Copperheads,” after the poisonous snake…

 

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By January 1863, their assaults on Lincoln, combined with the poor performance of the armies, were taking a toll on civilian morale. Midwesterners spoke openly about seceding and establishing another new country or aligning with the Confederate States of America.

 

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Lincoln and the Copperheads…

February 2, 2013 4 comments

Lincoln and the Copperheads

NY Times Disunion ^ | January 28, 2013 | JENNIFER L. WEBER

Posted on Saturday, February 02, 2013 8:07:52 AM by iowamark

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Michael O’Laughlen after his arrest for conspiracy in the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

In January 1863, Abraham Lincoln made a remarkable confession. He was, he told a senator, more worried about “the fire in the rear” than he was about the Confederates to his front…

Disgusted Republicans termed them “Copperheads,” after the poisonous snake…

By January 1863, their assaults on Lincoln, combined with the poor performance of the armies, were taking a toll on civilian morale. Midwesterners spoke openly about seceding and establishing another new country or aligning with the Confederate States of America.

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Stirrings of Secession…(See Reader Responses…What “The Folks” Are Saying!)

November 30, 2012 5 comments

“When in the course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another …”

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So begins the Declaration of Independence of the 13 colonies from the king and country to which they had given allegiance since the settlers first came to Jamestown and Plymouth Rock.

The declaration was signed by 56 angry old white guys who had had enough of what the Cousins were doing to them. In seceding from the mother country, these patriots put their lives, fortunes and honor on the line.

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Four score and five years later, 11 states invoked the same right “to dissolve the political bands” of the Union and form a new nation. After 620,000 had perished, the issue of a state’s right to secede was settled at Appomattox. If that right had existed, it no longer did.

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Parting Company…

November 28, 2012 5 comments

For decades, it has been obvious that there are irreconcilable differences between Americans who want to control the lives of others and those who wish to be left alone. Which is the more peaceful solution: Americans using the brute force of government to beat liberty-minded people into submission or simply parting company? In a marriage, where vows are ignored and broken, divorce is the most peaceful solution.

 

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Similarly, our constitutional and human rights have been increasingly violated by a government instituted to protect them. Americans who support constitutional abrogation have no intention of mending their ways.

 

Since Barack Obama’s re-election, hundreds of thousands of petitions for secession have reached the White House. Some people have argued that secession is unconstitutional, but there’s absolutely nothing in the Constitution that prohibits it. What stops secession is the prospect of brute force by a mighty federal government, as witnessed by the costly War of 1861. Let’s look at the secession issue.

 

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Secessionist or Federalist–which reclaims the Providential wisdom of America’s founding?

November 15, 2012 1 comment

By Alan Keyes

Among those still enthralled by the GOP, I guess that a majority would say they still respect America’s Revolutionary founders. And among those who do, some would even profess to adhere to the principles of the Revolution the founders made. Of course, that Revolution was not completed when the representatives of the people in their respective states moved to declare their independence on July 2, 1776.

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Nor was it completed once they had supported the declaration made on July 4th by successful battle. But the aim they fought for was provisionally achieved once they united to ordain and establish the Constitution of a general government that respected the Revolution’s principles.

I frequently consult the famous articles on the Constitution produced by some of the American revolutionaries as part of the effort to persuade the people of the respective states to ratify the Constitution. In its compiled and edited form, their commentary has come to be known as “The Federalist.” In Federalist 10, Madison wrote: “In the extent and proper structure of the Union, therefore, we behold a republican remedy for the diseases most incident to republican government. And according to the degree of pleasure and pride we feel in being republicans, ought to be our zeal in cherishing the spirit and supporting the character of Federalists.”

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Secession Craze in Post-Coup America… (“According to the World English Dictionary, the French term coup d’état means “a sudden violent or illegal seizure of government.” The federal government of the United States of America has been seized by enemy forces from within our nation.”)

November 15, 2012 1 comment

According to the World English Dictionary, the French term coup d’état means “a sudden violent or illegal seizure of government.”

The federal government of the United States of America has been seized by enemy forces from within our nation.

Although not overtly violent at this point, this seizure has been illegal from top to bottom. Since the likely ineligible candidate Barack Obama (or whatever his name is) was installed in our presidency back in January 2009, this takeover has rapidly infected every area of our government and military. It is being run by a Communist-Islamist axis of like-minded, anti-American subversives.

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Ron Paul: Secession Is an American Principle…

November 14, 2012 39 comments

Ron Paul‘s Video Updates / Ron Paul: Secession Is an American Principle

Ron Paul: Secession Is an American Principle

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By RonPaul.com on November 13, 2012

Ron Paul: This weekend I got a couple of calls from the media asking me questions about Rick Perry, our governor here in Texas and the statements he made about possible secession.

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Congressman Ron Paul at an event hosted in his honor at CPAC 2011 in Washington, D.C. Please attribute to Gage Skidmore if used elsewhere. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Now, he didn’t call for secession, but he was restating a principle that was long held and at least in the original time of our country, and that is that there was a right to secession.

Actually, after the Civil War, nobody believes there is a so-called right to secession, but it is a very legitimate issue to debate because all of the states that came into the Union before the Civil War believed they have a right to secede and New England in the early part of the 19th century actually considered it, and nobody questioned them about whether they had the right to do it or not.

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(Lincoln’s Great Gamble… (See Reader Responses/Related Links attached))

September 24, 2012 3 comments

Countless school children have been taught that Abraham Lincoln was the Great Emancipator.

Others have been taught — and many have concluded — that the Emancipation Proclamation, which Abraham Lincoln announced on Sept. 22, 1862, has been overemphasized, that it was inefficacious, a sham, that Lincoln’s motivations were somehow unworthy, that slavery was ended by other ways and means, and that slavery was on the way out in any case.

The truth is that Lincoln’s proclamation was an exercise in risk, a huge gamble by a leader who sought to be — and who became — America’s great liberator.

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How Libertarians Ought To Think About The U.S. Civil War (Excerpt!!!!!)

September 9, 2012 Leave a comment

 

How Libertarians Ought To Think About The U.S. Civil War

 

Reason Papers ^ | Spring 2006 | TIMOTHY SANDEFUR

 

Posted on Monday, September 17, 2007 5:35:27 PM by Delacon

 

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How Libertarians Ought To Think About The U.S. Civil War

 

By Timothy Sandefur

 

[Reason Papers vol. 28, pp. 61-83, Spring 2006]

 

I. Introduction

 

For decades, outspoken libertarians have seen the Civil War not

 

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historical calamity, but as a political calamity as well. According to many libertarians,

 

the Union victory in the Civil War, and the presidency of Abraham Lincoln in general,

 

represented a betrayal of American Constitution and of the fundamental principles of

 

American political philosophy.

 

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If BHO is reelected, Time for Texas to Secede (Vanity)

July 7, 2012 7 comments

If BHO is reelected, Time for Texas to Secede (Vanity)

July 7, 2012 | no dems

Posted on Saturday, July 07, 2012 1:55:47 PM by no dems

Being a native-born Texan, it is my understanding that Texas is the only State in the Union that can legally secede from the Union, because it was once a Republic on it’s own. (The Republic of Texas.)

Now, someone help me out here: Is that a fact? If so, I’m calling on all Texas FReepers to join me in laying the groundwork to make it happen if Barack Obama is reelected. What do we need to do to start a Secession Movement, and where do we begin? If you’re not a Texan, you don’t understand the Texas mind-set. If BHO is reelected, I guarantee you that Texas would vote 60% – 40% FOR Secession.

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DICK ACT of 1902. . . CAN’T BE REPEALED (GUN CONTROL FORBIDDEN) The Trump Card Enacted by the Congress Further Asserting the Second Amendment as Untouchable

June 13, 2012 1 comment

DICK ACT of 1902 . . . CAN’T BE REPEALED (GUN CONTROL FORBIDDEN) The Trump Card Enacted by the Congress Further Asserting the Second Amendment as Untouchable

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Prison Planet.com » Hubris as the Evil Force in History

June 13, 2012 2 comments

I have always been intrigued by the Battle of Bull Run, the opening battle of the US Civil War, known to southerners as the War of Northern Aggression. Extreme hubris characterized both sides, the North before the battle and the South afterwards.

Republican politicians and their ladies in their finery road out to Manassas, the Virginia town through which the stream, Bull Run, flowed, in carriages to watch the Union Army end the “Southern Rebellion” in one fell swoop. What they witnessed instead was the Union Army fleeing back to Washington with its tail between its legs. The flight of the northern troops promoted some southern wags to name the battle, the Battle of Yankee Run.

The outcome of the battle, left the South infected with the hubris that had so abruptly departed the North. The southerners concluded that they had nothing to fear from cowards who ran away from a fight. “We have nothing to worry about from them,” decided the South. It was precisely at this point that hubris defeated the South.

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2nd Amendment in action: Battle of Athens, 1946 – Annoyed Army Forum

June 4, 2012 Leave a comment

I had never heard of this episode before. I imagine that after having survived the European and Pacific theater battles, these men were in no mood to put up with a corrupt political machine, and they did something about it………the hard way. The video tells the story better than I could.

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To any liberal who tells you what this militia is supposed to mean, call them a liar and show them this video. THIS is the militia in action.

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“I wore this frock coat in Washington, before the war. We wore them because we belonged to the Five Civilized Tribes. We dressed ourself up like Abraham Lincoln. You know, we got to see the Secretary of the Interior.

He said, “Boy! You boys sure look civilized!” He congratulated us, and he gave us medals for looking so civilized. We told him about how our land had been stolen. Our people were dying. When we finished, he shook our hands and said, “Endeavor to persevere.” They stood us in a line–John Jumper, Junior McIntosh, Buffalo Hump, Jim Pockmark, and me.

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Craig Maus: Gods and Generals… « CITIZEN.BLOGGER.1984+ GUNNY.G BLOG.EMAIL

May 30, 2012 11 comments

Dear Confederates and Fellow Patriots (bcc herein),

General Robert E. Lee

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‘It will not be the first time that Washington has visited itself upon another’s Nation within the contiguous boundaries of this original Republic.

But now they feed upon what little remains of their own Social Democracy for the remaining sustenance that supports their insastiable thirst for total domain.

I believe we are entering the morning mist of the final Battle that will decide the fate of this Christian Republic once and for all.’

“All the South has ever desired was that the Union, as established by our Forefathers, should be preserved, and that the Government, as originally organized, should be administered in Purity and Truth.”

General Robert E. Lee, 5 January 1866

….and, as most of you know, and just prior to his death several years after he said this and after witnessing the lies, usurpation & ReConstruction at the hands of the Federals, he then said :

“I would have preferred to have died with my men, holding my sword in my right hand rather than witnessing what they (the Federals) have done too us.”

I have visited just about every Battlefield in this land and, at each, I have felt an eerie & growing uneasiness.

From Ft. Donnellson overlooking the River; to Vicksburg at the Heights; Shiloh and the Bloody Pond; Chickamauga and, of course, Gettysburg to name but a few.

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Arlington National Cemetery—A Memorial Day Tribute

May 27, 2012 4 comments

The world famous Arlington National Cemetery in located in the shadow of the Custis-Lee Mansion (Arlington House) that was home to General Robert E. Lee and family until 1861 at the beginning of the War Between the States.

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Monday, May 28, 2012, 11 a.m. A wreath-laying ceremony and concert will be held at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in honor of Memorial Day.

Read more at: http://dc.about.com /od/hoildaysseasonalevents/a/MemorialDay.htm

Arlington National Cemetery is the final resting place for those who fought for the Confederacy and Union during the War Between the States. It is also the burial place for men and women who fought our nation’s wars since the War Between the States.

There are 245,000 Servicemen and Women, including their families, buried at Arlington?

The world famous Arlington National Cemetery in located in the shadow of the Custis-Lee Mansion (Arlington House) that was home to General Robert E. Lee and family until 1861 at the beginning of the War Between the States. This cemetery is on the Virginia side of the Potomac River and Washington, D.C. is across the river.

In 1864, Union soldiers were first buried here and by the end of the war the number rose to 16,000.

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U.S. Civil War Took Bigger Toll Than Previously Estimated

April 4, 2012 1 comment
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The Civil War — already considered the deadliest conflict in American history — in fact took a toll far more severe than previously estimated. That’s what a new analysis of census data by Binghamton University historian J. David Hacker reveals.

Hacker says the war’s dead numbered about 750,000, an estimate that’s 20 percent higher than the commonly cited figure of 620,000. His findings will be published in December in the journal Civil War History.

“The traditional estimate has become iconic,” Hacker says. “It’s been quoted for the last hundred years or more. If you go with that total for a minute — 620,000 — the number of men dying in the Civil War is more than in all other American wars from the American Revolution through the Korean War combined. And consider that the American population in 1860 was about 31 million people, about one-tenth the size it is today. If the war were fought today, the number of deaths would total 6.2 million.”

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America Flexing Its Muscles

April 3, 2012 Leave a comment
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The Constitution says:

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

It certainly does NOT say:

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Federal Precedence Over The States | revisedhistory

March 14, 2012 Leave a comment

by Al Benson Jr.

Reviewing the infamous 14th Amendment in a nutshell, we can see that it accomplished certain ends that were entirely consistent with Northern revolutionary aims for both the War of Northern Aggression and for the revolutionary period after that war. We might as well get used to referring to the war as a revolution, for, in truth, it was the real American Revolution. It was a revolution in which God-given liberties were exchanged for “privileges and immunities” granted by an all-powerful federal government in Washington–the same as today.

After the shooting phase of that revolution was over, the United States played the part of Esau on a national scale. We had traded our God-given rights for a mess of federal pottage, and now we weep, as did Esau, because we do not have God’s blessing. We don’t have that blessing now because, in our apostasy, we don’t deserve it now.

Instead of enjoying God’s blessing, we now labor under such apostate vehicles as Thaddeus Stevens’ inglorious 14th Amendment.

I have heard conservatives and patriots defend the 14th Amendment and I can only wonder what public brain laundry they were “educated” in. How many realize that the 14th Amendment redefined citizenship in this country? Up until the War, a man was a citizen of the United States due to being first a citizen of a particular state. A man was a U.S. citizen because he was first and foremost a citizen of Texas or Louisiana, or New Jersey. His state citizenship gave him status as a U.S. citizen.

After the adoption of the 14th Amendment, however, a man became foremost a citizen of the United States. His state citizenship was, to all intents and purposes, secondary at best and beneath notice at worst. This and the mindset it produced was consistent with Northern revolutionary aims and opened the door for future federal intervention in the various states, in areas the federal government had no business being in, such as education, and today, health care and oversight of school lunches and all manner of programs so dear the the hearts of those who run the Nanny State.

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The Reddest of the Red | revisedhistory

March 5, 2012 1 comment

By Al Benson Jr.

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The title of this article is what August von Willich was called by many in Cincinnati, Ohio, where he was the editor of a radical, far-left German newspaper. He had settled in this country in 1853 after fleeing Europe because of his participation in the 1848 socialist revolutions there.

He was also called “the communist with a heart.” If you want to know what a “communist with a heart” looks like, hunt up an old photo of “Uncle Joe” Stalin or that gentle old “agrarian reformer” Mao Tse Tung and read about the millions they slaughtered. That’s “communism with a heart.”

Willich was an officer in the Prussian army when he chanced to meet that beneficent reformer, Karl Marx. Shortly after that Willich became what one web site called a “Marxian socialist.” Another web site listed him as a “convinced republican.” Seems a bit contradictory until you understand how the term “republican” is used by Communists. By Communist definition a republic is “a collectivist, totalitarian state dependent on and subservient to the Soviet Union, Red China, or other Communist power center.” Now admittedly that is a modern definition given the countries mentioned, but it fits. This is how Communists define a “republican”—someone subservient to their wishes. If you want to check as to where this definition comes from check out Amazon.com and see if you can find a book called A Communese-English Dictionary written by Professor Roy Colby.

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RE: Friedrich Engels and the Forty-eighters…~ revisedhistory…

March 2, 2012 2 comments
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This is one of those nagging little questions the “history” books will never bother to answer, not even address, if their authors can avoid it.

Fully 95% of the information dealing with the “Forty-eighter” socialists involvement in the Union army and the early Republican Party has been carefully swept into a nice, neat little pile and quietly dumped down the memory hole.

It is fervently hoped by most public educators that most students will continue on in their programmed ignorance, not even knowing in what century the War of Northern Aggression was fought in, nor what the real issues were.

That way none of the educrats parading as historians will ever have to answer any embarrassing questions. But, here and there, some little tidbit, like a dust bunny caught in the breeze, manages to avoid the memory hole and comes back to haunt the educrats.

Years ago, when researching for our book Lincoln’s Marxists I came across an interesting quote from Friedrich Engels that was noted in his biography, Friedrich Engels written by Gustav Mayer and published back in 1936 by Alfred A. Knopf, New York.

Whatever else he was, Engels was a keen observer and Mayer noted his comments regarding the two armies, Northern and Southern, at the beginning of the War. Engels had observed that: “…at first neither side had a real army, and their was an appalling lack of trained officers; and (as Engels pointed out) had it not been for the experienced soldiers who entered America after the European revolution–especially from Germany–the organization of the Union army would have taken still longer than it did.” Stop and analyze that statement.

Some have analyzed the number of men in the Union army at the start of the War to be around 15,000 men, coming from all over the country.

When the Southern states legally seceded many of those men went south to fight for their states. Thus the size of the Union army, not large to begin with, was further reduced. It has been estimated that between 4-5000 Forty-eighter socialists fled to this country as their revolutionary activities in Europe started to wind down. Not all ended up being soldiers, but a lot did.

What Engels was telling us is that, at the start of the War, the backbone of the Union army was the Forty-eighter socialists! Now that’s from an original source who was around at the time. Maybe Engels…..

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Civil War POW Camps

February 29, 2012 Leave a comment

Mike Wright wrote, “On both sides of the war, men and women were locked away in dark prisons or held in outdoor camps under blistering sun and freezing snow. They were fed too little and lived and died under primitive conditions.” [1] There were approximately 193,743 Northerners and 214,865 Southerners held during the war.

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The Lincoln War Crimes Trial: A History Lesson

February 24, 2012 Leave a comment
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…..Meanwhile, Lee waited outside Washington without attacking and the Confederate government renewed the offer made in 1861 and never answered, to negotiate all issues with the US in good faith, on principles of justice and equity.

Many of the remaining Union soldiers slipped quietly away, consoling themselves with a popular song in the New York music halls, which went, “I ain’t gonna fight for Ole Abe no more, no more!”

There then occurred one of the extraordinary unexpected historical events, which brought about a dramatic shift in the situation. Lincoln attempted to escape Washington, as he entered, in disguise.

He was taken prisoner by Colonel Mosby, a Confederate partisan who operated freely in northern Virginia. Very shortly after, Mosby’s men intercepted a band of assassins intent on killing Lincoln.

It was soon revealed that Booth, a double agent, had been hired by the “Union” Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton, and certain Radical Republican leaders in Congress, to remove “Honest Abe” and make way for a military dictatorship under a reliable Republican.

Subsequently indicted by the US for his part in the attempted assassination, Stanton hanged himself in his prison cell, shouting, “Now I belong to the ages!” Vice President Hannibal Hamlin fled to Boston and then to Canada where he issued a statement that he bore no responsibility for the illegal acts and aggressions committed by the administration.

Relieved of military pressure, Maryland, Delaware, Kentucky, and Missouri convened conventions of the people in free elections, seceded from the Union, and asked to join the Confederate States.

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The Republican Charade: Lincoln and His Party by Clyde Wilson

February 24, 2012 Leave a comment

…..Another founding block of the Republican party, often overlooked, were German refugees from the 1848 revolutions. Their numbers in the Midwest, as much as fifteen per cent of the population in some states, were great enough to form a major voting block and to account for the change of the Midwest from Democrat to Republican between 1850 and 1860.

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In other words, there were just as many state rights democrats in the Midwest in 1860 as there had been in 1850, but they could now be outvoted. Lincoln cultivated this cohort early by secretly subsidizing its newspapers and involving its leaders as activists in his behalf.

For the new Germans the predominant nativist Puritans of the North made an exception to their dislike of all non—Anglo-Saxons. In the German revolutionaries they found spiritual kinsmen.Pre-1848 German immigrants, German Catholics, and those belonging to quieter Protestant sects did not participate in Republican fervor.

Let’s understand who these German Republicans were. They were military nationalists. You can call them proto-communist or proto-fascist, it doesn’t matter. It amounts to the same thing. When the foremost among them, Carl Schurz, arrived in America he complained that the Americans were too laid-back and unideological in their politics and he vowed to change that.

These Germans believed that the unified and aggressive nation-state was the height of human existence, that progress toward it was inevitable, and that obstacles to centralization and revolution should be violently destroyed like the provincial aristocracies and petty princes of Europe.

These Germans were among the most active and aggressive of Republican orators and campaigners and motivated Union soldiers. Before they arrived, America had been marked by a regional conflict between Northerners and Southerners with contradictory interests and inclinations.

With the rise to influence of the Forty-Eighters the manageable competition of different regions became in the Northern mind an ideological class conflict.On one side was Freedom and the nation.

On the other side an evil force called the Slave Power, a deadly enemy that must be destroyed like any other obstacle to the ascent of the nation toward perfection.So that, as he records in his memoirs, General Richard Taylor of the Confederate Army, son of a President of the United States and grandson of a Revolutionary officer, when he surrendered in 1865, was lectured by a German in a federal general’s uniform about how Southerners were now going to be forced to learn the true principles of America.

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Gunny G Mini-Sites: Was Abraham Lincoln influenced by communism – Red Republicans and Lincoln’s Marxists

February 24, 2012 2 comments
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Red Republicans and Lincoln’s Marxists

Was Abraham Lincoln influenced by communism when the Union condemned the rights of Southern states to express their independence?

It’s shocking to think so.

But that’s precisely what Walter D. Kennedy and Al Benson Jr. assert in Red Republicans and Lincoln’s Marxists. The pair completely reassess this tumultuous time in American history, exposing the “politically correct” view of the War for Southern Independence as nothing less than the same observation announced by Marx himself. During the American Civil War, Marx wrote about his support of the Union Army, the Republican Party, and Lincoln himself. In fact, he named the president as “the single-minded son of the working class.” In addition to shedding light on this little-known part of our history, Kennedy and Benson also ask pertinent questions about the validity of today’s federal government and why its role seems so much larger than the liberty found in the states it represents.

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Alan Stang — Yankee Genocide Still Here

February 23, 2012 3 comments

Our source for the present discussion is War Crimes Against Southern Civilians, by Walter Brian Cisco Pelican, Gretna, Louisiana, 2007. It is important to establish that the spiritual and political inheritors of the war criminals who committed those crimes do not deny them. They ignore them, hoping that if they say nothing those crimes will fade away; and so far they have been successful. Remember, the winner of a war writes the history of the war.

They will respond only if their crimes become sufficiently known.It is important to correct the record. The crimes and the criminals need to be named. More, they must be explained, because the motives that inspired them continue to motivate the men who run our country, regardless of political party. As we shall see, little has changed. Only if we drag this continuing horror into the light do we have a chance of exorcising it.Let’s begin with a revealing contrast. In 1863, Confederate General Robert E. Lee invaded the North.

The South by then had suffered two years of Yankee crimes and some Southerners thought the invasion was their chance to retaliate. Not so, said Lee. In a proclamation he reminded his men that “the duties exacted of us by civilization and Christianity are not less obligatory in the country of the enemy than in our own.”

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“The commanding general considers that no greater disgrace could befall the army, and through it our whole people, than the perpetration of the barbarous outrages upon the unarmed and defenseless and the wanton destruction of private property, that have marked the course of the enemy in our own country. . . .”Remember that at the beginning of the war Lincoln offered Lee command of the Union army.

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Will Ron Paul Destroy the ‘Party of Lincoln’? (“And Would This Be Bad?”) by Thomas DiLorenzo

January 29, 2012 5 comments

Former Bush administration speechwriter Michael Gerson, who is now a columnist for the company newspaper of the company town known as Washington, D.C., recently authored yet another hysterical neocon rant over the Ron Paul candidacy. Ron Paul is on a “quest to undo the Party of Lincoln,” blared Gerson’s headline. Every freedom-loving, patriotic American can only hope and pray that Ron Paul succeeds.

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Gerson’s tone is dripping with venomous hatred when he accuses Ron Paul of being some kind of nut by calling the Civil War “senseless” and of saying that Lincoln ruled with an iron fist. Generations of historians have also called the Civil War “senseless” or something similar. “The bumbling generation” is how some historians describe the Civil War-era politicians who plunged the nation into war, the most preeminent of whom was Lincoln himself. But when Ron Paul refers to the war in that way what he has in mind is the true historical fact that all other countries of the world that ended slavery in the nineteenth century – including most of the Northern states in the U.S – did so peacefully. The British, French, Spaniards, Dutch, Swedes, Danes, and others ended slavery in Argentina, Colombia, Chile, all of Central America, Mexico, Bolivia, Uruguay, the French and Danish colonies, Ecuador, Peru, and Venezuela without resorting to the mass murder and destruction of war. (See Jim Powell. Greatest Emancipations: How the West Ended Slavery; Robert Fogel and Stanley Engerman, Time on the Cross: The Economics of American Negro Slavery; and Slavery in New York, published by the New York Historical Society).

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The State of His Policies (“Obama has done nearly everything he wanted. That’s the problem.”)

January 25, 2012 Leave a comment

The State of His Policies (“Obama has done nearly everything he wanted. That’s the problem.”)

WSJ ^ | JANUARY 25, 2012 | WSJ

Posted on Wednesday, January 25, 2012 12:08:27 PM by Qbert

President Obama delivered a State of the Union address Tuesday night that by the account of his own advisers is more campaign document than a plan for governing. He’s running against Republicans in Congress, Reaganomics, wealthy bankers and inequality.

Normally a President at the start of his fourth year would be running on his record, accentuating the legislation he’s passed. Mr. Obama can’t do that with any specificity because the economic recovery has been so weak and the legislation he has passed is so unpopular. So last night he took credit for the shale gas revolution he had nothing to do with…

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The nearby chart compares rates of quarterly growth during the Reagan and Obama economic recoveries. The comparison is apt because both recoveries followed deep recessions in which the jobless rate reached more than 10%. Once the Reagan recovery got cooking, in 1983, growth stayed above 5% for 18 months and never fell below 3.3% for 13 consecutive quarters.

In the Obama recovery, growth has never exceeded 4% in any quarter and fell off markedly in mid-2010 through the third quarter of 2011. For the first nine months of 2011, growth averaged less than 1.2%. The economy finally picked up again in the fourth quarter, but still at a rate that is subpar for a recovery that long ago should have become robust and durable.

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1,000 Days Since Democrat-Controlled Senate Has Passed a Budget

January 23, 2012 Leave a comment

1,000 Days Since Democrat-Controlled Senate Has Passed a BudgetBreitbart News ^ | January 23, 2012 | Wynton HallPosted on Monday, January 23, 2012 3:48:30 PM by redstateonePresident Barack Obama will deliver his fourth State of the Union address on Tuesday, January 24th–the very day that marks the 1,000th day since the Democrat-controlled United States Senate last bothered to pass a budget…

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Prison Planet.com » Lionel: “If Voting Made Any Difference, It Would Be Illegal.”

January 7, 2012 2 comments

…..When the founding fathers contracted with the states to form the Union they did it by contract it’s called the Constitution of the United States, and it’s for the United States of America also known as the Union.

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Article 4 sec. 4 guarantees a Republican form of government.

In the Republican form of government that was set up only adult male land owners could elect.

And the people of the community knew who the land owners were.

There was no voter registration or state ID required.

Back then you could own land and did not pay an advalorem tax, also known as a property tax in the state script, (fiat paper currency).

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America’s Story (part 1) – The Speech that redefined us, November 19, 1863

November 18, 2011 Leave a comment

America’s Story (part 1) – The Speech that redefined us, November 19, 1863

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Posted on Friday, November 18, 2011 12:17:22 AM by NEWwoman

One hundred fifty years ago, Civil War broke out in the United States. In my opinion, this war was the worst war in our 235 + year history. It divided us as a people on many issues – slavery only one of them. The casualties – including both the Union and Confederate soldiers – were the greatest of any of our wars – even the American casualties during World War II – the worst war of the 20th century.

The video scene below from Cold Mountain (2003) and extended lyrics from When Johnny Comes Marching Home give a sense of the intensity of the fighting during the Civil War:

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State Sovereignty| The Post & Email

November 15, 2011 Leave a comment

ARE THERE STILL “FREE AND INDEPENDENT STATES?”

by Steven Wayne Pattison, ©2011

Black’s Law Dictionary was first published in 1891. The Ninth Edition was released in 2009.

(Oct. 31, 2011) — The following information is a result of word searches of the bolded words or terms from the Black’s Law Dictionary (8th ed. 2004). Before we get to the dictionary, there must be an understanding that what we have in this dictionary is a long-time scheme to defraud the American people.

The meanings of the words that are used in law are important, and hopefully you will be able to prove to yourself where our problem with the Federal Government stems with a little help from the following research.

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YANKEE GENOCIDE STILL HERE ~ By: Alan Stang « ~ BLOGGER.GUNNY.G.1984+ ~ (BLOG & EMAIL)

November 1, 2011 Leave a comment

…It is important to correct the record. The crimes and the criminals need to be named. More, they must be explained, because the motives that inspired them continue to motivate the men who run our country, regardless of political party. As we shall see, little has changed. Only if we drag this continuing horror into the light do we have a chance of exorcising it.

Let’s begin with a revealing contrast. In 1863, Confederate General Robert E. Lee invaded the North. The South by then had suffered two years of Yankee crimes and some Southerners thought the invasion was their chance to retaliate. Not so, said Lee. In a proclamation he reminded his men that “the duties exacted of us by civilization and Christianity are not less obligatory in the country of the enemy than in our own.”

“The commanding general considers that no greater disgrace could befall the army, and through it our whole people, than the perpetration of the barbarous outrages upon the unarmed and defenseless and the wanton destruction of private property, that have marked the course of the enemy in our own country. . . .”

Remember that at the beginning of the war Lincoln offered Lee command of the Union army. Imagine the humane result had he been able to accept. We make war “only upon armed men,” said Lee. Taking vengeance for the “atrocities of our enemies” would lower ourselves and offend “against Him to whom vengeance belongeth.” What atrocities is he talking about? Our source is divided into the states of the Confederacy. Let’s begin with Missouri.

Union Brigadier General James H. Lane: “We believe in a war of extermination. I want to see every foot of ground . . . burned over – everything laid waste. . . .” Whoa! A war of extermination?

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We Are Losing Because….by Alan Stang « ~ BLOGGER.GUNNY.G.1984+ ~ (BLOG & EMAIL)

November 1, 2011 1 comment

…One of many ways to understand this would be to compare the behavior of the two sides in Lincoln’s Communist War to Destroy the Union. The Yankees came out to First Manassas as if to a picnic. It was to be an afternoon’s diversion. The ladies came along in summer finery, bearing snacks. The Yankees would quickly whip the upstart rebels and go home.

But it was there, at Manassas, that Stonewall Jackson stood like a stone wall and became one of the Immortals. The Americans sent the Yankees fleeing in disorder back to Washington. Had this really been a “civil” war, in which both sides were contending to control the national government – had Jackson and the others understood what they were really fighting – the Americans would have pursued the fleeing Yankee rabble all the way back to Washington, overthrown the perverted government, arrested Lincoln and the other imperialists, given them fair trials before hanging and restored the Union.

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Chuck Baldwin — Abraham Lincoln’s America

October 16, 2011 Leave a comment

More than any other single person, Abraham Lincoln shaped and formed modern America. It was Abraham Lincoln who was the first President to flagrantly and deliberately violate his oath to preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States. His disregard and contempt for the Constitution cannot be overstated.

In order to “preserve the Union,” Lincoln destroyed the very principles upon which the Union was created. His audacity is without equal. For example, to prevent a possible vote of secession by the Maryland legislature, Lincoln ordered federal troops to seize and arrest the Maryland congressional delegation. And of course, he was more than willing to sacrifice hundreds of thousands of America’s finest and best to destroy Jefferson’s declaration that the states of our Union are “Free and Independent States.”

I invite all those pro-Lincoln apologists out there to seriously answer this question: Does an abusive husband who beats and batters his wife have the right to force her (at the point of gun) to remain married to him? (Even the God of the Bible, Who cast marriage in the most sacred terms, recognizes the right of lawful separation.) If you answer no, how can you continue to justify Abraham Lincoln’s actions? In a political and governmental sense, that is exactly what Lincoln did. Forced union, of any kind, is slavery. In the name of emancipating slaves, Lincoln enslaved an entire nation.

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Jefferson and Nullification by Clyde Wilson

July 1, 2011 Leave a comment

Jefferson and Nullification by Clyde Wilson

Jefferson and Nullification by Clyde Wilson:

“In a later generation, another minority president seemingly destroyed forever the constitutional role of the States by declaring the open, democratic, deliberative acts of fourteen States to be only ‘combinations’ of criminals who refused to obey him.

Lincoln made that stick by a brutal war of conquest that did not ‘preserve the Union‘ but changed the Union into a central state with no limits to its power. Those who hope to revive a constitutional role for the States as counters to the present U.S. Empire, must hope to make the States once more into self-conscious, viable polities who have the political will to enact nullification and stand by it.”

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