Monthly Archives: December 2008
I just wanted to take the time to highlight and share with you a Confederate discovery we ran across today. It is a band called Celtic Confederate; it only consists of one member at the time, but lacks absolutely nothing because of it.
I first heard his song “He Becomes A Priest” today on Dixie Broadcasting and we looked up his MySpace page. I cannot even begin to tell you how impressive his message, his music, and his voice is. You must hear it for yourself. After reading his page I feel like distant family.
He has almost the same heritage as my husband and I, he looks up to the same people, and his love for Dixie and its heritage is massive. The biggest difference I see is that he has always lived in his beloved Dixie and my husband and myself are currently stuck in the North.
Off the subject a little, I had my feathers ruffled and my heart insulted the other day when a coworker, who also used to live in the South, called me a Yankee. I had to hold back my anger when I let him know I would never be referred to as a Yankee again. That night I wondered if he would childishly use this insult on an ongoing basis, but when I returned to work I believe he had realized he had gone too far.
Hearing the words of Jake Horsley’s music soothed away the pains of resentment from the insult and overwhelmed me with a renewed love for my Dixie. Please take the time to check out his music for yourself, it is definitely worth it. Deo Vindice!
This Christmas, like every other Christmas, I just want to take a few moments to acknowledge our Lord and Saviour; Jesus Christ. I pray that God’s blessings be with us all.
Benjamin Franklin told us, for all time, we are a Republic; if we can keep it. What legacy have we been given, and what legacy are we giving our children? Has our Republic been preserved? What have we done to preserve it? These are questions we should be asking ourselves and the answers should not please us.
When our own government and media purposely, and naively, undermine our Republic by saying we are a Democracy there should be an outcry; but there is not. Once again the Yankee is diluting and brainwashing not only our children, but ourselves. The biggest problem we face now is that we are not dealing with the same Yankees as those before us, they have become socialists and communists and they want to wipe out conservatism, the Southron Heritage, and every trace of the Southron people.
They are attempting to wipe out everything that God blessed us with and everything our Founding Fathers suffered so much for; our Republic. Are we going to hand it over with a whimper or are we going to take it back and make it strong again?
A Republic – A government not headed by a monarch or dictator in which the power rests in its citizens who exercise that power by voting.
A Democracy – A government where the majority rules unrestricted by any law, also known as mob rule, and dictates how the minority will live.
We were given a Republic do we really want to live in a Democracy? That is where your government is trying to go with all the bailouts and corporate take overs and big government programs and spending.
Well, one person laid it out for all our Yankee neighbors. I just hope there are millions of more citizens of Dixie that feel this way; it gives you hope for the future.
Here is a video with some interesting facts. Texas has the resources, economy, population, size, and military setup to successfully secede. They also have a heart of independence and freedom; give them their sovereignty and they will flourish.
Ron Paul continued to warn the public and our politicians of the direction our Republic is headed. I continue to be amazed at how many people continue to ignore him. This current economic crisis proves that he is right, yet many people continue to wallow in their own ignorance and beg for the Feds to come to the rescue. Meanwhile with each new Federal intervention we lose more and more of our liberty.
This video from the 80′s shows why Ron Paul should have been taken more seriously by the Republican Party.
I was reading an interesting post last night on Southern Catholic Authors that I thought I would pass along.