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A simple, undeniable observation

Our Southern forebears who stood against the “civil rights” movement in the 1950s and 1960s were right. Then, a white mother and her children could walk safely down the streets

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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