All Veterans Matter

Berryville, VA. – The Turner Ashby Camp 1567, Sons of Confederate Veterans, Winchester, Virginia, honors Confederate soldiers who died during the War Between the States on Veteran’s Day. Both Confederate and United States flags were placed side by side signifying the shared sacrifice of American soldiers, both Confederate and Union, who are honored equally asContinue reading “All Veterans Matter”

The Weiss Heist: Clarke County War Memorial

Berryville, Va. — In another example of how Republican “RINOs” are just as destructive, if not worse, than left wing democrats, the Turner Ashby Camp 1567, Sons of Confederate Veterans, has been battling the woke Clarke County Board of Supervisors over the ownership of the Confederate monument which serves as a war memorial to theContinue reading “The Weiss Heist: Clarke County War Memorial”

America’s Third War of Independence

By Paul Clark America is on its way to its third self-inflicted war. In the revolution of 1776-1783, the British monarchy, in its stubborn arrogance, would not compromise with our great-grandfather colonial subjects on taxes or parliamentary representation, and the result was a disaster. American colonists were fed up from decades of tyranny. Had theContinue reading “America’s Third War of Independence”

Words on Secession

History is an inconvenient truth which cannot be revised and overwritten by the North, then, or by the ignorant of today. IF THE ACT OF SECESSION WAS AN ACT OF DISGRACE, (WHICH IT WAS NOT) THEN IT IS A DISGRACE EQUALLY SHARED WITH THE NORTH, THE GREATER CONDEMNATION BELONGING TO THE NORTH AS THEIR EARLIERContinue reading “Words on Secession”

“Because YOU’RE HERE!”

By Lani Rinkel One hundred and sixty years ago, the South voted to secede the Union of their grandfathers. Reasons for secession were varied and many, but primarily financial; and did not happen overnight. The states did not leave the Union at the same time, nor on the same day, but one by one. TheContinue reading ““Because YOU’RE HERE!””

Rebel is a Sacred Name

Reposted from the Virginia Flaggers A song written by a Confederate inmate of the old Capitol Prison, Washington DC, during the War for Southern Independence (1861-1865) Rebel is a sacred name; Traitor, too, is glorious; By such names our father’s fought— By them were victorious. Chorus—Gaily floats our rebel flag Over hill and valley— BroadContinue reading “Rebel is a Sacred Name”

The War for Slavery, Woke Style

By Paul Clark What people see and hear today from their woke peers, teachers and parents, they believe, is gospel truth – especially if they’re young and easily influenced. There is an incessant race to get woke before enough grown ups find out it’s really Marxism. Today, all of us see and hear about theContinue reading “The War for Slavery, Woke Style”

Clarke’s Company D and the Statue

By Paul Clark On Jan. 9, 1865, men from many different units gathered at McDowell, Virginia. The weather was fairly mild. In the next two days though, it would snow, rain, thunder, and then the temperature dropped to near zero. Two privates in Company D of the 6th Regiment, Virginia Cavalry (C.S.A.), Fontaine Hite andContinue reading “Clarke’s Company D and the Statue”


By Rev. Mark CreechChristian Action League Lately, a lot of emotion has been spent over … Confederate monuments in the Tar Heel state. Silent Sam, the statue on the campus of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, was gleefully pulled from its pedestal by a mob, August 20th. Former alumni, as well as citizensContinue reading “WHY THE ISSUE OF CONFEDERATE MONUMENTS IS OF SIGNIFICANT CONSEQUENCE”

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