Todd Starnes is Irate About “Cultural Cleansing” of the South

Todd Starnes is all peeved at people who are bothered by symbols of the Confederacy. I just posted his ridicule of the Fort Smith school board. A review of his twitter account and recent columns leaves no doubt that Starnes believes that all the fuss is coming from the evil left (like John Kasich, Mitt Romney, and Russell Moore).Some tweets:Sherman culturally cleansed the South, too. Just ask Atlanta. http://t.co/BiIRYZ5HKj— toddstarnes (@toddstarnes) June 24, 2015Stalin and … [Read more...]

Todd Starnes: School Board Members Who Voted to Remove Rebel Mascot and Dixie Anthem Are Dim-witted Lefties

Add Fox News Todd Starnes to the short list (including David French and Bryan Fischer) to the list of prominent conservatives who are defending symbols of the Confederacy.In a column today, Starnes made fun of the Fort Smith, Arkansas school board for phasing out their Rebel mascot and removing Dixie as the school fight song. More precisely, the school board met as a committee of the whole and voted to make it official during an upcoming meeting. According to a notice on the district's … [Read more...]

You Find the League of the South in the Strangest Places: CNN and the Institute on the Constitution

The League of the South appears to be leading the media defense of the Confederate flag. Tonight I watched the South Carolina LoS chairman Pat Hines try to defend the Confederate flag on CNN (I'll get video when I can)."We think it's a memorial to our ancestors who fought to stop an invasion." Pat Hines, SC League of the South pic.twitter.com/dvt9IDeRtP— CNN Tonight (@CNNTonight) June 23, 2015At one point near the end, Hines wondered why another guest (a South … [Read more...]

Reaction to Calls to Remove The Confederate Flag in South Carolina; Walmart to Drop All Confederate Flag Merch

I know where I stand.Walmart just announced they are removing all Confederate flag products. I didn't know they sold any. Not a popular item in Western PA.Others are weighing in. Mitt Romney,got the ball rolling:Take down the #ConfederateFlag at the SC Capitol. To many, it is a symbol of racial hatred. Remove it now to honor #Charleston victims.— Mitt Romney (@MittRomney) June 20, 2015John Kasich and Scott Walker agree:Proud of Gov. @nikkihaley. Now it's time to … [Read more...]

It is Past Time to Remove the Confederate Flag in South Carolina

no Confederate flag

Governor Nikki Haley has called for the removal of the Confederate flag from the grounds of the South Carolina capitol and I agree with her.Why did it take so long?The argument that it is about heritage not white supremacy is a tired, silly argument. Anyone who understands how offensive the flag is would not display it. There can be no other reason but to send a message of intimidation.Southern nationalists will go nuts but that isn't reason enough to keep it. They are all over … [Read more...]

League of the South Defends Man Who Inspired Charleston Church Killer Dylann Roof

Unbelievable. Michael Hill posted the following in light of evidence that a League member named Kyle Rogers had an influence on Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof: The League of the South supports our friend and compatriot, Kyle Rogers, of the Council of Conservative Citizens (CofCC), who is being lambasted by the left-wing media for turning Dylann Roof, the young man arrested for the Charleston church shooting, into a “white nationalist.”From our point of view, all Mr. Rogers has done is … [Read more...]

The Institute on the Constitution Posts Another Incorrect Quote Attribution – This Time They Get Thomas Paine Wrong

Paine IOTC False Quote

The Institute on the Constitution claims to be an educational outreach of Michael Peroutka's law firm. Miseducational outreach would be a better term. They claim to teach about the founders but they often are sloppy and attribute things to the founders they didn't say.Once, they claimed Jefferson said something he didn't say and then they botched George Washington as well.  Now, the target of false quotation is Thomas Paine.Paine never said it; it most likely originated with Edward Ab … [Read more...]

Charleston Shooter Targeted Blacks During Prayer Meeting (UPDATED – Wanted to Start Race War)

There are many bizarre and horrid aspects to the Charleston massacre of eight black church members. This post brings together some of the coverage of the tragedy with links to the poisonous words of white supremacists by the alleged shooter, Dylann Roof.Roof sat in the prayer meeting for about an hour before he began shooting.According to a CNN report, Roof said he was at the church "to shoot black people" and he wanted to start a "race war."White supremacists are worried this makes t … [Read more...]


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