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Southern Heritage <br>News and Views: June 2006

Friday, June 30, 2006

I continue to be impressed


SCV Youth Enhancement Program

Thursday, June 29, 2006


Sherman Hall doesn’t belong at LSU

Wednesday, June 28, 2006

I am Their Flag Video

A Southern Movie

Prairie Rose

A young woman's adventure to rescue her husband from a Union POW prison, Camp Douglas, in Chicago during the ravages of the Civil War.
Written and Directed by Rebecca Sutera Tulloch


Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Confederate flag controversy in Princeton pits council against Copperheads

The Missouri Wall of Shame

The online home for Missouri's South-Hating Culture Bigots

Monday, June 26, 2006

Marxists, Socialists Wanted Union Victory in War of Northern Aggression

LA. Alert



Friday, June 23, 2006


Billboard too tough to tame

Confederate Mound in Oakwood Cemetery in Chicago, IL.

Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Confederate flag confiscated at Parsippany graduation


Sharing Photos and Mail from T

T. Warren's latest CD!

aka There's No More Southern Comfort

Monday, June 19, 2006

Slave ships didn't fly stars and bars

Alabama ALERT

Why We Still Revere our Ancestors – and Always Will

By Lewis Regenstein
Keynote speech at the Georgia SCV's 109th Annual Reunion in Gainesville

Saturday, June 17, 2006

SCV Camp 246, 3rd Arkansas Infantry Davis, ad

The below ad appeared in the El Dorado News-Times, placed there by SCV Camp 246, 3rd Arkansas Infantry, on 3 June 2006. We think more camps should try to put ads in the paper for Gen. Lee and Jackson in January and Pres. Davis in June each year. We get a lot of calls on these ads and have gotten new members from the ads....
Freddie C. Sligh

The debate continues - should the South embrace "diversity"?

Friday, June 16, 2006


Columbia, TN - The Sons of Confederate Veterans today, again, strongly condemned the "rally" held on the sacred ground of Antietam (Sharpsburg) by the Ku Klux Klan, and the offensive comments by the KKK claiming a connection with Confederate soldiers.

"The modern hate group taking the name of Ku Klux Klan has no claim to Confederate heritage," said Denne Sweeney, Commander-in-Chief of the more than 30,000 member SCV, "and as the actual descendants of Confederate soldiers, and an organization which has been working to bring honor to Confederate veterans for 110 years, the Sons of Confederate Veterans is outraged."

The SCV issued condemnations of the rally weeks ago, and though largely ignored by the mainstream media, the members continue to express extreme dismay and sorrow over having sacred grounds violated by this intolerant "rally".

In addition, for several years now the National Parks Service has undergone a deliberate program of erasing from battlefields information that gives the Southern perspective of the war, or even simply relates the battlefield actions of Southern forces, and the Sons of Confederate Veterans has protested vigorously this unreasonable censure. "Now you have the National Parks Service on the one hand engaging in viewpoint discrimination against Southerners," said Sweeney, "but on the other hand they are promoting the extremism of the Ku Klux Klan and Nationalist Socialist Movement."

Instead of promoting extremism and censuring mainstream Southern historical information, the Sons of Confederate Veterans calls on the NPS renounce its hypocrisy by informing the Ku Klux Klan that sacred battlefields are not "free speech zones", and to return to its mission of telling the full and balanced story of American sacrifice on our battlefields.

The Sons of Confederate Veterans was founded in 1896 to perpetuate and preserve the honor of the Confederate soldier, sailor and marine.

Ron Casteel
SCV Chief of Staff

Robert E Lee: Virginia Soldier, American Citizen

The Robert E. Lee & Jefferson F. Davis Bicentennial Birth Observance Committee

Jews in the Confederacy

Thursday, June 15, 2006

Sharing photos and mail from Family

Wednesday, June 14, 2006

They Cannot Change Our Minds!

Monday, June 12, 2006


Controversy over proposed civil war memorial

The King has rebel roots

Davis right about federal control


2006 PIPPEN Family Reunion

Sunday, June 11, 2006

Confederate Ceremony Brings Protests

Editorial - History lesson

Flying the Confederate flag honors traitors and enslavers;PAG=461&dept_id=478566&rfi=6

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Lincoln was a tyrant and was not a friend of the black man

"Ye' sum Missy...I's comin'. I's hold it for you"

Saturday, June 10, 2006

Confederate honor guard disrespected



Thursday, June 08, 2006

Virginia unveils Robert E. Lee license plate

Tuesday, June 06, 2006

Letter: Propaganda disguised as history

Editorial: Raising a red flag

Baldwin-Whitehall students need a history lesson


Monday, June 05, 2006

Southern Heritage Conferences

Sunday, June 04, 2006

Whitney Memorial Park refusal to allow a battle flag on a headstone

Jefferson Davis' birth celebrated

Saturday, June 03, 2006

A House Undivided Cannot Stand

Thomas J. DiLorenzo on the framers vs. Lincoln.

Photo On Unity-Themed Guide Offends Residents

Brochure Shows Girl Wearing Confederate Hat

Friday, June 02, 2006


NASCAR protest at the Lowes Motor SpeedwayCharlotte on May 27-28

Jenkins Family Plantation

Thursday, June 01, 2006

The Southern Legal Resource Center

SLRC presents Duty Case check to SCV

FORT WORTH, TX - At its meeting here on May 13, the Sons of Confederate Veterans General Executive Council accepted a check from the SLRC for the SCV's share of damages awarded in an out-of-court settlement in the Jacqueline Duty case.

To a standing ovation from those present, SLRC Chief Trial Counsel Kirk D. Lyons handed SCV Commander-in-Chief Denne A. Sweeney a check for $11,383.05. the percentage of the damages earmarked for the SCV in return for its having funded nearly all costs of bringing the suit. The SCV's return on the Duty case was more than half again as much as it realized from its parent case, Castorina v. Madison County School Board, which took up five years and an appeals process before ending in a precedent setting heritage victory.

Ms. Duty, now a college student, was barred from attending her senior prom on May 1, 2004, because she was wearing an evening dress patterned after the Confederate battle flag. She and her mother had worked for two years to complete the sequined, floor-length gown which has since become a Southern heritage icon. Suit was filed in December of 2004, with Kentucky attorney Earl-Ray Neal acting as local counsel. Neal and the SLRC had previously partnered in the Castorina case. The defendants' attorneys moved to settle out of court following depositions by the SLRC's expert witnesses early this year. The settlement agreement was finalized in March.
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