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July 4, 1905

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On July 4, 2009
Fascinating front page of the Atlanta Constitution from July 4, 1905. Lead story was not Independence Day, and in fact I can’t find a single reference to the holiday on the page; either it was not the practice at the time, or…. you know. It’s good to see, however, that the mainstream media was once […]

Civil War!!!!!!

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On November 30, 2008

Oregon State represents Christianity, capitalism, and tradition. Oregon represents the creeping evils of secularism, miscegenation, and gay marriage. Go Ducks!!!!!

And another thing…

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On July 21, 2008
My wife asked the other day why I seemed so interested recently in the self-evident absurdity of “Black Confederates.” The short, pragmatic answer is that I’m teaching a course on the US Civil War era this fall, and I plan to spend no small amount of time exploring some of the popular fantasies that continue […]

Surprise Surprise

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On July 16, 2008

You’ll all be stunned to learn that the Sons of Confederate Veterans have laid claim to the grave of another selfless bondsman who loved his master so very much that he was willing to serve in d

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