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Some hard questions . . .

Some hard questions for our Southern brothers and sisters, most of whom we presume are Christians: Do you or members of your family intend to fight and die for a


LS “Secede” signs available

LS “Secede” signs available . . . If you’d like to pre-order these signs (see image at right) to be picked up in July at the LS national meeting in


Pessimism is not a solution

There is within the broader “Southern movement” a deep-seated, “woe is us” pessimism that is, at best, irritating, and at worst, defeatist. Now, there is nothing wrong with seeing problems


The ancient bonds

The godless left hates and fears us because we reject the modern concept of propositional democracy and deracinated individualism and instead embrace transcendent truth, tribalism, kith and kin, and blood


A few notes on an American race war

As American civilization continues its decline, I hear more and more threats from various negro individuals and organizations, most especially the New Black Panther Party, of a “race war.” Let


Announcing the 2015 League of the South National Conference (revised)

The 2015 League of the South national conference will be held in the Alabama LS cultural center and headquarters in Wetumpka (Elmore County), Alabama, on 24-25 July (Friday-Saturday). The LS



This morning I heard two young conservatives on a radio talk show in Birmingham opining that the problem of Baltimore stemmed from the fact that it has long been ruled


American or Southerner?

Choose this day whether you be an American or a Southerner. You cannot be both. If you are an American you must become a propositionalist who believes all men–and their


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


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