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Burning the commie flag in Florida

The Florida League of the South, along with LS members from Alabama and Georgia, faced off with the commie SDS at the State Capitol in Tallahassee today (Saturday, 18 April).

Commentary

Marx to Lincoln

Bet y’all didn’t know about this connection: The International Workingmen’s Association 1864 Address of the International Working Men’s Association to Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States of America Presented

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Sic semper tyrannis!

One hundred and fifty years ago today, Abraham Lincoln died at the hands of John Wilkes Booth. As Booth pulled the trigger in Ford’s Theatre, he is said to have

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A short note on reform

Reforming the USA will not work for one simple reason. Those most in need of reform control all the institutional avenues to reform (the presidency, the Congress, the courts, the

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Surrender? No.

On 9 April 1865, General Robert E. Lee surrendered the remnants of the Army of Northern Virginia to the forces of the US Army, under command of General U.S. Grant,

Activism

League demonstrates for Southern workers in Vidalia, Georgia

On Saturday, 28 March, The League of the South held a public demonstration in Vidalia, Georgia, on behalf of the Southern working class and against immigration. The theme was “Immigration

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I’m a good ole rebel (Novorossiya version)

The forces of Novorossiya (New Russia) have already adopted a version of our Southern battle flag. Now, they have adopted perhaps our best “rebel” song, appropriately entitled “I’m a good

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Why I’m not an American (re-post)

(A reader asked me to re-post this article, originally posted in February. He said he had made copies to hand out to friends and associates and that most really liked

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Forrest billboard in Selma, Alabama, greets civil rights marchers

The weekend of 7-8 March 2015 marked the 50th anniversary of what the US “civil rights” establishment calls “Bloody Sunday.” In 1965, marchers–local and regional negro leaders and outsider leftists

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Us vs. Them

Over the past two years, The League has held several public demonstrations across the South, in big cities and small towns. Even though our numbers have been relatively small–from seventy-five