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 Bibliography & Recommended Reading

Adams, Charles; When in the Course of Human Events, Roman & Littlefield Publishers, 2000.  Beitzell, Edwin W.; Point Lookout Prison Camp for Confederates, St. Mary’s County Historical Society, 1972.  Bennett, DD, William W.; The Great Revival in the Southern Armies, 1876, reprint Sprinkle Publications 1989.  Benson, Jr., Al and Kennedy, Walter D.; Lincoln’s Marxists, Pelican […]

American System

A system of political enterprise was first proposed publicly by Alexander Hamilton for America,  he based his concept upon the English Monarchy system of favor and profit by central authority and monopoly. His concept was rejected by most founders save the tight-fisted yankee mercantilists, industrialists, bankers and lawyers who recognized the profit potential. He and […]

All Men are Created Equal

No other wording in our founding documents have been more distorted, misrepresented or vilified than these from our Declaration of Independence. Both Federalists and Anti-federalists founders agreed that ours was a Christian Nation whose laws and precepts were from Christian foundations. For the system to operate properly, virtue must prevail. With that understanding it is […]

Abjure the Realm

Abjure the Realm – A process of attitude by which an individual who is sickened by a diseased society and its popular culture personally commits to abstain from participation with that malignant culture. In other words it is a personal boycott. As freedoms are removed and liberties choices are blurred by government mal-education, it is […]

A Response to Bateman’s “Meaning of Oaths”

Bateman has presented a provocative essay on the persistence of veneration for those who fought for the Confederacy.  (http://www.esquire.com/blogs/politics/what-an-oath-means?src=soc_fcbks) A couple of comments might not be out of place. First, one feels for a man who apparently has suffered through two divorces, at least one of them ugly.  Such a situation is probably not conducive […]

Cornerstones

By John Taylor, a Virginian Anyone who has discussed the War Between the States with a Yankee, either face to face or on-line, will find that, eventually, the Yankee will bring up Alec Stephens’ “Cornerstone Speech.” In this speech, Stephens is alleged to have said, “Our new government is founded upon exactly the opposite idea; […]

Abolitionists

Those supposedly superior folk who ascribe  evil to inanimate objects and circumstance rather than the evil within the human heart (Jeremiah 17:9); personal responsibility and stewardship plays no role, therefore by opposing a thing they relinquish their own personal guilt. So you see, guns kill, large cups make people fat, and government day care will […]