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It’s time . . . Southern independence, now!

If there was ever a time to draw the line between the Southern States and the rest, it is now. With few exceptions, no other States except those in Dixie

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God bless the 4th of July?

Cook outs, fireworks, and Lee Greenwood on the airwaves (or perhaps Toby Keith) will characterize how most Americans–including Southerners, sadly–will celebrate the 4th of July or Independence Day. “God bless

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Another Jew nominated for the US Supreme Court

Today, President Barack Hussein Obama nominated Merrick Garland, a veteran federal appeals court judge, for the vacancy on the US Supreme Court left open by the recent death of Associate

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Are you ready?

Those who have supported the half century of revolution that has virtually destroyed the foundations of the West are the avowed enemies of those of us who wish to preserve

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The Constitution won’t save us

If the Constitution could have helped us stop tyranny and preserve our liberties, it would have done so already. The fact that it couldn’t–and can’t–is why men like Patrick Henry

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League of the South statement, 14 July 2015

The crimes of one “Dr.” Deborah Nucatola of Planned Parenthood are now going viral. What did this woman do? For those who haven’t heard, she was caught on tape trying

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A statement on “gay marriage”

The US Supreme Court has upheld the “right” of “gay marriage.” The League of the South invites all Southerners and our allies elsewhere who understand the wickedness of this ruling

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A Statement

The antidote to the current cultural genocide campaign against the South is simple: secession and Southern independence. Don’t get distracted from that. Michael Hill

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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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Firearms and Southern independence

For some reason, I find myself thinking of firearms and associated topics at the end of one year and the start of another. I suppose I still link the subject