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From our Archives . . .

THE REAL DOMESTIC TERRORISTS (2012) The passage of something called the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) by the U.S. Congress in 2012 ought not, it would appear, cause undue concern

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TEN REASONS FOR SECESSION (2010) A 2009 Zogby poll revealed that about one out of every five Americans believe that States have a right to peaceably secede from the United

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Lt. Byrd is a murderer

The League of the South calls for Lt. Michael Byrd, a negro, to be tried for the murder of Ashli Babbitt, an unarmed White woman, who was shot by Byrd

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Statement on Afghanistan

The deteriorating situation in Afghanistan shines a clear light on the complete incompetence and dereliction of the Biden administration. The United States government is a failed (and criminal) enterprise and

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A little change of pace . . .

WAR, INTERNAL COLONIALISM, AND THE RISE OF THE ENGLISH STATE: THE TUDORS IN SCOTLAND & IRELAND, 1485-1560 Dr. J. Michael Hill I As a state Great Britain has always been

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Some New Wine

We in The League of the South are keenly aware of the fundamental problems that face our people: corrupt politicians, judges, and bureaucrats; anti-Western and anti-Christian ideologies that promote multiculturalism,

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THE RIGHTS OF THE STATES (2010) When our Founders broke the bonds of political association with the British Empire in 1776, the former colonies became free and independent States constituting

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On Afghanistan and refugees

The League of the South is glad to see the last Southerner leave that Godforsaken “Graveyard of Empires,” otherwise known as Afghanistan. As far back as the days of Alexander

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THE RIGHT OF SECESSION AND THE BENEFITS OF INDEPENDENCE FOR THE SOUTH (2014) “Secession belongs to a different class of remedies. It is to be justified upon the basis that

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Charlottesville, four years after . . .

https://leagueofthesouth.com/league-of-the-south-statement-on-charlottesville/