The Great History Heist

The Great History Heist

Stealing Our Statues Won’t Eradicate Our Affection for Southern Heroes THERE ARE MANY GOOD PEOPLE OUT THERE resisting the Cultural Bolsheviks working day and night to erase not just Southern history but rewrite Western history in general to match their politically correct narrative—no matter how far it actually is from the truth. One of those…

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The H.L. Hunley Reveals its Last Secret

The H.L. Hunley Reveals its Last Secret

The H.L. Hunley—the world’s first successful attack submarine, in service with the Confederate Navy in 1864—has finally revealed its propulsion secret more than 17 years after being raised off the ocean floor. The Hunley was nearly 40 feet long, was built at Mobile, Alabama, and launched in July 1863. She was then shipped by rail on August…

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New Orleans Starts Removing Confederate Monuments

New Orleans Starts Removing Confederate Monuments

In a dramatic lesson of the power of demographics determining destiny, the first of four Confederate monuments in New Orleans—the Liberty Monument, which paid tribute to vigilantes who sought to overthrow the city’s Reconstruction era government—was removed last week in the middle of the night. In the coming weeks, three statues honoring Generals Robert E.…

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Joe Shelby: The Undefeated Rebel

Joe Shelby: The Undefeated Rebel

By Clint Lacy. For many in the South, the war did not end immediately with the surrender of Gen. Robert E. Lee on April 9, 1865, at Appomattox Court House in Virginia. In the West, many Confederate troops and their commanders refused to capitulate, preferring to continue the fight or leave the country. One of…

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How the South Might Have Won ‘Lincoln’s War’

How the South Might Have Won ‘Lincoln’s War’

Pat Shannan. If the south had won its war for independence, as the United States did some 80 years earlier, the world might today be a much better place for all of us—Northerners and Southerners, white and black alike, believe it or not. The author shows how it could rather easily have happened, had the…

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