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Move along, snowflakes

This man (photo at right), dear special snowflakes, is a real, honest-to-goodness League of the South member. And he is but one of many who fit in this category. Keep

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Bill Kristol calls for demise of white American working class

At an American Enterprise Institute event called “It Came Apart: What’s Next for a Fractured Culture,” on Tuesday, 7 February, Jewish neo-con pundit and Weekly Standard editor William Kristol said

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Trump and the coming chaos

It is both supremely entertaining and instructive to observe the Trump administration at work. The left is twisting itself in knots over Trump’s constant barrage of Executive Orders (EOs). One

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It’s coming . . . are you ready?

We are one day closer to what appears to be an inevitable ideological/cultural/racial civil war in America. It will pit normal white people (and whomever should ally with them) against

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A good inauguration

I will not be happy with an inauguration until I hear “Dixie” played and see the battle flag and Southern nationalist flag proudly displayed. Michael Hill

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A lesson learned: modern “conservatism”

I did not watch any of Senator Jeff Sessions’ confirmation hearing for the post of Attorney General in the coming Trump administration. I did, however, hear and see a few

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An observation on the Alt-Right

Some members (and former members) of The League have eloped with the Alt-Right, caught up in all the excitement of Trump’s Presidential victory. This is nothing I didn’t expect, especially

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Children of the Son

Recently, a leader of the Alt-Right gave a speech in which he called whites “children of the sun.” As a Christian and a Southern nationalist, I prefer to call my

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A warning from a Southern nationalist

(The photo on the right is from Lee Circle in New Orleans after Trump’s victory) It is commonplace for the victor in a hotly-contested political race to offer an olive

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A few pre-election thoughts

I know what I had for supper last night. I know what brand of coffee I’m drinking right now, that is if I believe the information on the package label