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New day, new ballgame

A couple of League members (husband and wife) just returned from a trip “up north.” Specifically, they traveled to several mid-western states. Their automobile carried several pro-South and Confederate flag

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A message to the rats . . .

“We can promise them and their allies this. That their campaign to destroy our culture and its images will be taken as a campaign to destroy our blood. It is

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Southern nationalist accosted by police in Miami

League member in Hialeag Gardens, Florida thought it was safe to fly a flag near Walmart today. His chilling account should dispel any delusions that the US of A is a

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Southern children

Our Southern children . . . Our future!

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Report on the 27 June 2015 Harrison, Arkansas, flag rally

On Saturday, 27 June 2015, the Arkansas League of the South held a rally in Harrison, Arkansas, in response to the vitriolic and deliberate cultural genocide waged on the Southern

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Police disrupt Confederate flag rally in Tampa

Yesterday towards the end of a Confederate flag rally on a Tampa overpass, over half a dozen police cars showed up. The officers said they were responding to a call

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An instructive lesson

Ever seen the movie “Animal House?” There is an instructive lesson for us in that movie about Southern “conservatives” who blindly follow the Republican Party. Remember the Faber College homecoming

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Police disrupt Confederate flag rally in Tampa

Yesterday towards the end of a Confederate flag rally on a Tampa overpass, over half a dozen police cars showed up. The officers said they were responding to a call

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Harrison, Arkansas, flag rally

From R. G. Miller, Arkansas League of the South State Chairman: “It was not a typical rally in that everyone was involved with the League prior, but instead it served

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William Flowers addresses flag rally in Montgomery (video)

William Flowers, Vice-Chairman of the Georgia League of the South, addressing the 1000 or so supporters of the South at the Alabama State Capitol in Montgomery. Mr. Flowers articulated the