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The Fruits of Reconciliation or the Sins of the Fathers

Portrait of John Randolph

By John Randolph

Some of America's most well-known war heroes were themselves descended from Confederate soldiers. How could one generation fight for the Confederacy, while the next served gallantly for the United States?

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  • Reconstruction

  • Southern heritage

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The Traitors Wore Blue

Portrait of John Randolph

By John Randolph

Critics of things Confederate these days love to throw around the “T word” (treason). One hears all the time, “Confederate were traitors, blah, blah, blah.” It was not always so.

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  • Constitutional History

  • Secession

  • Abraham Lincoln

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Toward A Southern Renaissance

Portrait of Sanguis Memoria

By Sanguis Memoria

How long will we be denied the dignity of our heritage, dear reader?

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  • Southern heritage

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The Confederate Gettysburg Address

Portrait of Rob Hodges Jr.

By Rob Hodges Jr.

The speech naturally bears comparison to its wildly famous rival, Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.

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  • Constitutional History

  • Christianity

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The Eternal South

Portrait of Sanguis Memoria

By Sanguis Memoria

The greatest triumph of the armies of The Confederate States was not First Manassas, nor The Seven Days Battles, nor even Chancellorsville. The greatest triumph of the armies of the South was the affirmation of the unique southern culture.

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  • Southern heritage

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Lincoln Was the Traitor, Not Lee

Portrait of John Vinson

By John Vinson

The Righteous Cause mythologists claim that he [Lincoln] went to war to end slavery, even as he acted to enslave free men in a Union they wanted to leave. . .

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  • Constitutional History

  • Secession

  • Abraham Lincoln

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

Portrait of Rexford D. Miller

By Rexford D. Miller

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.

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  • Slavery

  • Christianity

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When The War Is Over. A Christmas Lay

Portrait of Margaret Junkin Preston

By Margaret Junkin Preston

By Margaret Junkin Preston

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PROBLEM, REACTION, SOLUTION

Portrait of Rexford D. Miller

By Rexford D. Miller

The title of this essay is the psychological tactic employed by the Marxist bankers who wield control over populations through fear and systematic repetition. That tactic has caused the French Revolution, American Civil War, the Spanish American War...

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  • Marxism

  • Slavery

  • Abraham Lincoln

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Thanksgiving: Glory to God, Or Traditions of Men?

Portrait of Rexford D. Miller

By Rexford D. Miller

Christians by and large are a thankful people, we understand “...that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to His purpose.” Romans 8:28

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  • Christianity