Michael Peroutka Asks for Help from League of the South in Bid for MD Council Seat

Michael Peroutka, fresh off his 38 vote victory in the GOP race to run for a seat on the Anne Arundel County Council, asked for help from the League of the South in his bid for a Council seat in the fall election. In a post on the The League of the South website, League president Michael Hill boasted: The League office received the following e-mail today. This means that after a vote recount, our Southern Nationalist candidate won the primary election! Dr. Hill: I am happy to report that … [Read more...]

With All Votes Counted, Michael Peroutka Up By 38 Votes in MD County GOP Nomination Race

I called it too early last time, so I am not going to say the race for Anne Arundel County Council GOP nomination is over but according to the Baltimore Sun, all votes have been counted and Michael Peroutka has 38 more votes than runner-up Maureen Carr-York. Peroutka, current member and former board member of the white separatist group League of the South, has already won a seat on the GOP central committee in legislative district 31. If the results hold up, Peroutka will face Democrat … [Read more...]

League of the South Member Michael Peroutka Leads GOP Field in Anne Arundel County District 5 Council Primary Race, Wins Spot on GOP Central Committee

Past board member of the League of the South, Michael Peroutka, leads in the District 5 GOP nomination to run for Anne Arundel County Council against Democratic winner Patrick Armstrong. Armstrong defeated MD/VA League of the South chaplain David Whitney. Peroutka leads by just 36 votes with absentee ballots to be counted. The final tally won't be known until all the outstanding ballots are counted by July 7.* Peroutka also came in third in the race for the GOP Central Committee in MD … [Read more...]

Candidates for Maryland County Council Get Blessing of League of the South’s President

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Institute on the Constitution's Owner/Director Michael Peroutka and Senior Instructor David Whitney will face voters Tuesday in the Republican and Democratic primaries respectively for the chance to face each other in the election for Anne Arundel County Council.  The Baltimore Sun profiled them on Saturday and shed some light on their relationship with the white separatist group League of the South. Last June, Peroutka joined the board of the League of the South and Whitney is the chaplain … [Read more...]

Neo-Confederate Radio Show to Host Ohio Representative of Institute on the Constitution

Continuing a troubling link between the Maryland based Institute on the Constitution and neo-Confederate leaders, Ohio IOTC teacher and representative Nicki Pepin is slated to appear on Sonny Thomas' radio show. The show will air on April 24. On STS 4.24 @ 9pm - Ricki Pepin of Institute On The Constitution - http://t.co/8HujfX5p3g http://t.co/tJpSCe2jCV— Sonny Thomas Show (@SonnyThomasShow) April 8, 2014 — Sonny Thomas Show (@SonnyThomasShow) April 8, 2014 Thomas has been a … [Read more...]

The Political Shenanigans of Michael Peroutka and David Whitney in Maryland

Our old friends Michael Peroutka and David Whitney are up to some shenanigans in Maryland. Since we last looked in on the Christian reconstructionist, Constitution-bending duo, Institute on the Constitution founder Peroutka apparently was evicted from or quit the board of the League of the South. The League isn't saying and Peroutka doesn't respond to emails so we may never know what happened. Lead IOTC teacher David Whitney is still chaplain of the MD branch of the League so the lost cause … [Read more...]

IOTC: Power Struggle in the League of the South? Or Cynical Attempt to Exploit Martin Luther King, Jr.?

The League of the South as a group is not celebrating Martin Luther King Day. On the League of the South Facebook page, League president Michael Hill is celebrating Confederate heroes today: In Memoriam . . . As we Southern Nationalist mark the birthdays of two of our great military heroes--Generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson--let us not be content to merely remember. Rather, let us emulate them and continue the honorable cause that motivated these two noble Southern men--the … [Read more...]

League of the South Laments Removal of Racist Icon from Georgia Capitol

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In life -- especially later life, Tom E. Watson was a racist politician who found support among white Georgians. In death, he continues to find support from a cadre of white Southerners who want to turn back the clock. However, time marches on and Tom Watson's statue has been removed from a place of prominence in front of the Georgia Capitol.  While African-American legislators and their supporters are happy about this turn of events, the white nationalist group League of the South laments the … [Read more...]


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