Let them ask What would Lee do? Kind of a dicey relationship with politics Don’t treat Alabama folks like they’re stupid! “Wondering what it’s coming to and how it got this far”–Guy Clark, Texas 1947 We’re here of course because Alabama has had kind of a dicey relationship with politics in recent decades. Luther […]
American Civil War (1861-1865)
So far from engaging in a war to perpetuate slavery, I am rejoiced that slavery is abolished. I believe it will be greatly for the interests of the South. So fully am I satisfied of this, as regards Virginia especially, that I would cheerfully have lost all I have lost by the war, and have […]
It’s truly time to pin the blame on the parties/individuals responsible for, on a near daily basis, bringing the world to the brink of nuclear war in World War III. Because of the serious nature of their constant provocations, it is no longer acceptable for these mysterious, cowardly, and elusive figures to find peace and […]
With the recent Syrian tomahawk missile attack by the Trump Administration after what appeared to have been dubious evidence of Syrian culpability, President Donald Trump lost a great deal of his loyal supporters and followers. This is because tens of millions of Americans (as well as hundreds of millions of people overseas) felt that he […]
Did Congress pass law in 1958 giving Confederate veterans status under law equal to U.S. veterans? Southern Studies Institute says NO. Check it out
Where one lives in the U.S. influences our dramatically varied experiences of America as illustrated by the deep and lingering differences between the American North and South.
An informal group begun by Col. John Boyd and mathematician Tom Christie calls for military reform—by doing more with less.
“…we still await a government “of the people, by the people, for the people”…seven score and eight years later.”
The Church of Scotland has a unique opportunity to take a “new beginning” for the Christian church…