American history

American history

Lee McNelly

The Greatest of Men by Mustang The post-Civil War period in America was a dangerous time to be alive; this is especially true in the American Southwest, where a massive increase in human migration triggered conflict and profane behavior among those who were disenfranchised by the destruction of a ...
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New Billboard in Charlottesville, VA Honors Robert E. Lee

Justice comes in many forms.  The latest is the new billboard in Charlottesville, Virginia that has gone up honoring Robert E. Lee courtesy of patriots who stood up for their rights and our history aka The Virginia Flaggers: Six months ago, the Va Flaggers leased space for a billboard ...
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Women of The Civil War: Wives and Sisters Who Went Onto the Battlefield Dressed As Men

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While Progressives are determined to revise, correction erase our history, pre-Civil War, they must be denied.  It is OUR history and it is here to stay. Give Me Liberty H/T War History OnLine. A bit of our history the liberals are wanting to erase The Civil War. The Civil ...
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About Those Confederate Generals Up on Those Statues

Before he violated federal law by making war against his government, Thomas Jonathan (Stonewall) Jackson violated Virginia law by opening a school to teach black slave children to read, where he taught them every Sunday for several years while teaching at VMI. A contradiction, huh? There is a logical ...
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Once There Was a Magnificent Statue of King George III in New York

All we have left of the statue of King George III in Bowling Green is a painting.
Historian Peter Feinman, who founded the Institute of History, Archaeology and Education, seeks to bring the wonder of these subjects to the public and he has dealt with the subject of Confederate and other recently reviled statues. Few know that there once was a beautiful statue of King George ...
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From My CP: Black Supremacists, Commie Supremacists and Swamp Creatures

Unified Patriots by Nessa Its been raining here, three inches yesterday, that’s on top of two the week before. Not enough to damage the crops, maybe it’ll boost the yield but it makes the garden a mess. I’m getting a five-gallon bucket of green beans every four days, the ...
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Old Glory Is So….Old, Isn’t She?

Title 4 U.S. Code – Section 1: Flag; stripes and stars on: The flag of the United States shall be thirteen horizontal stripes, alternate red and white; and the union of the flag shall be fifty stars, white in a blue field.
“Robert E. Lee wasn’t a Nazi….. . That doesn’t change the fact that his statue is now associated with a campaign of racist violence ” And that is the new standard, folks. His statue is “associated” with …..something some skinheads did. And this didn’t come out of the mouth ...
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Donald Trump, the Media and the Historians

Some years ago an old friend, now passed, told me how his mother had been his religious mentor for most his life. There wasn’t a spiritual lesson that he had studied that had not been annotated by his mom. He told me this to explain one of his crucibles ...
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