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Saturday, May 14, 2022 at 11:00 a.m. at Oakdale Cemetery
Saturday, May 14, 2022 at 11:00 a.m. at Oakdale Cemetery
 
Invite those who hold the South dear, to honor those who gave their all to protect those that they loved from the tyranny of invasion and occupation, to participate in a memorial service at the Confederate Monument in Oakdale Cemetery
Invite those who hold the South dear, to honor those who gave their all to protect those that they loved from the tyranny of invasion and occupation, to participate in a memorial service at the Confederate Monument in Oakdale Cemetery
 
Veterans Day is a festive celebration by those who returned, married, had kids, worked and retired. We are the one who have reunions and share photos and stories.
Veterans Day is a festive celebration by those who returned, married, had kids, worked and retired. We are the one who have reunions and share photos and stories.
 
The hotly debated issue of renaming 10 Army installations honoring Confederate generals was a key sticking point in the 2021 defense policy bill -- and may still earn the bill a veto from President Donald Trump.
The hotly debated issue of renaming 10 Army installations honoring Confederate generals was a key sticking point in the 2021 defense policy bill -- and may still earn the bill a veto from President Donald Trump.
 
A new poll by the very liberal Washington Post and ABC News shows that a majority of Americans oppose removal of Confederate monuments.
A new poll by the very liberal Washington Post and ABC News shows that a majority of Americans oppose removal of Confederate monuments.
 
The League of United Latin American Citizens has been pushing to have Fort Hood renamed in his honor.
 
Mob violence seems to be the rule across the nation’s historic landmarks, indiscriminately tearing down or vandalizing everything from Gen. U.S. Grant to Cervantes to monuments to the “Greatest Generation.”
Mob violence seems to be the rule across the nation’s historic landmarks, indiscriminately tearing down or vandalizing everything from Gen. U.S. Grant to Cervantes to monuments to the “Greatest Generation.”
 
In the wake of the death of George Floyd, who died in police custody in Minneapolis, Minnesota last month, there has been a massive spike in statues to historical figures who have been dubbed “offensive” by the left being torn down.
In the wake of the death of George Floyd, who died in police custody in Minneapolis, Minnesota last month, there has been a massive spike in statues to historical figures who have been dubbed “offensive” by the left being torn down.
 
Governor Roy Cooper shared the following statement about Confederate monuments on Capitol grounds
Governor Roy Cooper shared the following statement about Confederate monuments on Capitol grounds
 
Silent Sam may soon find a new home nowhere near the UNC-Chapel Hill campus.
 
People wanting to learn the fate of Silent Sam will have to wait a bit longer
 
In case you've missed, there has been yet another controversy brewing over a Confederate statue, this one in Winston-Salem.
In case you've missed, there has been yet another controversy brewing over a Confederate statue, this one in Winston-Salem.
 
In response to the toppling in August of the Confederate Monument at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chancellor Carol Folt and other UNC leaders have proposed a controversial solution: a new $5.3 million building on campus that will cost $800,000 a year to operate
In response to the toppling in August of the Confederate Monument at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chancellor Carol Folt and other UNC leaders have proposed a controversial solution: a new $5.3 million building on campus that will cost $800,000 a year to operate
 
There's a monumental decision coming soon. Not one to decide the future of the nation, such as the midterm elections, but about an actual monument
There's a monumental decision coming soon. Not one to decide the future of the nation, such as the midterm elections, but about an actual monument
 
Lately, a lot of emotion has been spent over Confederate monuments in the Tar Heel state.
 
Let's be honest. The toppling of the Confederate monuments, the demonization of the Confederate battle flag, the vilification of the names and memories of our treasured white Founding Fathers (and especially anyone of them who happened to own a slave), and the erasing of our history.
Let's be honest. The toppling of the Confederate monuments, the demonization of the Confederate battle flag, the vilification of the names and memories of our treasured white Founding Fathers (and especially anyone of them who happened to own a slave), and the erasing of our history.
 
After a historic protest that ended in the illegal takedown of Silent Sam, a Confederate statue at UNC-Chapel Hill, the university faces tough inquiries about campus security and law enforcement
After a historic protest that ended in the illegal takedown of Silent Sam, a Confederate statue at UNC-Chapel Hill, the university faces tough inquiries about campus security and law enforcement
 
Silent Sam, the statue of a weary, stoic Confederate Army foot soldier, came crashing down Monday night, pulled down from his post at the edge of the UNC-Chapel Hill campus by a howling mob of protesters.
Silent Sam, the statue of a weary, stoic Confederate Army foot soldier, came crashing down Monday night, pulled down from his post at the edge of the UNC-Chapel Hill campus by a howling mob of protesters.
 
Politicians tell people what they want to hear. Leaders tell people what they need to hear, even if they don't want to listen
Politicians tell people what they want to hear. Leaders tell people what they need to hear, even if they don't want to listen
 
The Board of Trustees for UNC-Chapel Hill will make suggestions by Nov. 15 about what to do with Silent Sam, the campus’s controversial Confederate statue torn down by protesters, members of the university system’s Board of Governors say
The Board of Trustees for UNC-Chapel Hill will make suggestions by Nov. 15 about what to do with Silent Sam, the campus’s controversial Confederate statue torn down by protesters, members of the university system’s Board of Governors say
 
The N.C. Historical Commission said it is hamstrung by state law and a legislature that won't allow controversial Confederate monuments on the old Capitol grounds in Raleigh to be moved
The N.C. Historical Commission said it is hamstrung by state law and a legislature that won't allow controversial Confederate monuments on the old Capitol grounds in Raleigh to be moved
 
Governor Roy Cooper shared the following statement in response to today's Historical Commission meeting
Governor Roy Cooper shared the following statement in response to today's Historical Commission meeting
 
I studied history at a college with a Confederate soldier monument during the biggest progressive social upheaval since the 1960's
I studied history at a college with a Confederate soldier monument during the biggest progressive social upheaval since the 1960's
 
If critics of Confederate monuments truly want to accomplish their goal of removing such objects from the public square, I'm a good example of the kind of person they ought to be trying to persuade
If critics of Confederate monuments truly want to accomplish their goal of removing such objects from the public square, I'm a good example of the kind of person they ought to be trying to persuade
 
A new Civitas poll of North Carolina likely voters reveals how voters feel about local and national issues, including school choice, the Confederate monument controversy, and partisan politics
A new Civitas poll of North Carolina likely voters reveals how voters feel about local and national issues, including school choice, the Confederate monument controversy, and partisan politics
 
What Do Schools Teach about N.C. Monuments and Statues?
 
Suggesting Gov. Roy Cooper belongs to a group of "opportunistic politicians trying to drive a wedge further between us," on Thursday Senate leader Phil Berger, R-Rockingham, offered his first detailed response to the week's protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, and Durham
Suggesting Gov. Roy Cooper belongs to a group of "opportunistic politicians trying to drive a wedge further between us," on Thursday Senate leader Phil Berger, R-Rockingham, offered his first detailed response to the week's protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, and Durham
 
The question is: Was the Civil War fought over the issue of Slavery?
 
In a post on the Medium.com website, on Tuesday Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper called for the removal or relocation of monuments honoring Confederates from state property
In a post on the Medium.com website, on Tuesday Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper called for the removal or relocation of monuments honoring Confederates from state property
 
In a new Medium post, Governor Roy Cooper today shared his thoughts on North Carolina’s confederate monuments
In a new Medium post, Governor Roy Cooper today shared his thoughts on North Carolina’s confederate monuments
 
When the oppressed take over from the oppressor, they usually remove all the statues and reminders of their former masters.
When the oppressed take over from the oppressor, they usually remove all the statues and reminders of their former masters.
 
William Ellison Jr., born April Ellison, (c. April 1790 - December 5, 1861) was a cotton gin maker and blacksmith in South Carolina, a free Negro and former slave who achieved considerable success in business before the American Civil War.
William Ellison Jr., born April Ellison, (c. April 1790 - December 5, 1861) was a cotton gin maker and blacksmith in South Carolina, a free Negro and former slave who achieved considerable success in business before the American Civil War.
 
"The 26th day of April in each year - commonly known as Memorial Day."
 
Jefferson Davis' worse fears came true. The big government of Abraham Lincoln, the greatest tyrant our country has ever known, has co-opted and crafted the "great lie" of why our country fought the Civil War.
Jefferson Davis' worse fears came true. The big government of Abraham Lincoln, the greatest tyrant our country has ever known, has co-opted and crafted the "great lie" of why our country fought the Civil War.
 
Help fight the PC War on the South by learning the true history of the Confederacy at the Abbeville Institute Convention Feb. 27-28 in Charleston, SC
Help fight the PC War on the South by learning the true history of the Confederacy at the Abbeville Institute Convention Feb. 27-28 in Charleston, SC
 
In June, a low-life nutcase loser took a loaded weapon into a church in Charleston, South Carolina and shot the place up. Instead of taking it at face-value as the horrible crime and tragedy it was, the left politicized the hell out of it.
In June, a low-life nutcase loser took a loaded weapon into a church in Charleston, South Carolina and shot the place up. Instead of taking it at face-value as the horrible crime and tragedy it was, the left politicized the hell out of it.
 
After a digilent search throught his Ancestory.com files, Bobby Tony finds a few rebels in the tree.
After a digilent search throught his Ancestory.com files, Bobby Tony finds a few rebels in the tree.
 
We know it’s a major component of the left’s campaign strategy for 2016: demagogue the Confederate flag and make Southern Republicans PROVE they are not racists. It’s a move that would make Big Barry and Saul Alinsky’s rotting corpse proud.
We know it’s a major component of the left’s campaign strategy for 2016: demagogue the Confederate flag and make Southern Republicans PROVE they are not racists. It’s a move that would make Big Barry and Saul Alinsky’s rotting corpse proud.
 
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