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Civil war?

America in 2016 is a tinderbox waiting for a spark. The two sides have divided up nicely and there seems no room for compromise. The inevitable conflict, which draws closer

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The more things change . . .

The US government was an organized criminal enterprise in 2015. It is showing every indication of being even worse in 2016. It’s time for Southern secession and independence. Michael Hill

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New Orleans and raw power

The New Orleans city council voted 6-1 to remove four Confederate Monuments from Lee Circle (Lee, Beauregard, and Davis) and Liberty Place (which commemorated the White League defeating Reconstruction in

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Our general thoughts on immigration

The news media are quite interested in finding out if we support GOP candidate Donald Trump’s ideas about immigration. In light of that, below is our general position on the

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Queer empire

On 26 June 2015, the USA become The Queer Empire. As Christian Southerners, we want no part of such an abomination. This is one more reason, albeit a major one,

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Secession . . . now!

The Confederate battle flag, along with our other cultural icons, is not merely an historical banner that represents the South. It is a shorthand symbol of our very ethnic identity

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An invitation to the party

We in The League of the South have been saying now for over two decades that the way to solve the attacks on our symbols, culture, and heritage is by

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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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Confrontation v. conciliation: The United States of America out of the South

Southern nationalism does not aim for the South to leave the United States. Rather, it must aim for the United States to leave the South. The South is not part

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The right of secession and the benefits of independence for the South

“Secession belongs to a different class of remedies. It is to be justified upon the basis that the States are sovereign. There was a time when none denied it. I