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       According to the long out of print text, Old Massa’s People, by Orland Kay Armstrong, first published in 1931, there were no State laws governing the return of runaway slaves prior to the mass murders performed by Nat Turner in February of 1831. That Nat Turner and his band butchered babies, children, women, […]

 Objections to Julia Ward Howe’s Battle Hymn of the Republic

     Of all the hymns that have found their way into our Christian hymnody, none is as poorly understood or as undeserving as Battle Hymn of the Republic. It is nothing more than a clever work of wartime abolitionist propaganda that has ever so slowly found its way into mainstream America. How sad that our […]

Neutrality: A Myth

Written upon the occasion of the banning of the Confederate flag upon the grounds of the museum of the Confederacy at Appomattox, Virginia. By Dr. H. Rondell Rumburg Past Chaplain-in-Chief SCV with closing remarks by Rex Miller “He that is not with me is against me,” declared Jesus Christ the Son of God (Matthew 12:30). […]

Importance of the Rule of Law

Rex Miller       Genesis 1:26,27 says in part: “And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness…So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them.” Genesis 1:7 states: “And the Lord God formed man of the dust of […]

Does a National Flag Belong in a Church Sanctuary?

          It is with some trepidation that I present this information to my brothers and sisters in Christ. Facts have become clouded with fiction in the past century or more of misinformation and aggressive indoctrination. So many and varied seeds have been sown of warped humanistic patriotism as to make facts invisible […]


(as it might have been) * Although the 16th** U.S. President’s Gettysburg Address is pretty poetry, its’ embedded falsehoods have led a people into gross error with regards to their history and Constitutional responsibilities. I have taken the liberty of removing the error and have re-named the address after the foremost American President of the […]

Clueless? I think not.

       A cartoon recently came across my desk in which it was intimated that the United States Congress and the White House are completely clueless with regard to events in our economy. That between them they cannot discern appropriate measures to remedy the downward spiral that appears to be driving us into national bankruptcy. […]

“Civil War” Sesquicentennial – Slavery

A War to End Slavery .      About 50 years ago we began hearing how the so-called “American Civil War” was all about freeing the slaves. How the North’s pure motives were vindicated by ultimate success and therefore how evil and wrong the South must have been. More recently that mantra has become so pervasive […]

“Civil War” Sesquicentennial

A Northern War to Prevent Southern Secession .       We have entered into an historic period that cycles through the  decades only once every fifty years and we are witness to the anniversary of its third cycle. How times have changed since 1911 and 1961. Though systems have supposedly advanced and improved, I contend that […]

  “Civil War” Sesquicentennial

A War to Save the Union      It has been nearly 15 decades since the carnival of blood, euphemistically called the American “Civil War” came to a close. Incredibly expensive, yet it enabled Northern politicians, industrialists, merchants, bankers and their International   Banking handlers to amass immense wealth. They were living the dream of  Hamilton’s, Clay’s […]