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Happy Birthday Patrick R. Cleburne

In memory of Major General Patrick R. Cleburne the “Stonewall of the West”.

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Posted by on March 17, 2009 in Civil War, Ireland

 

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Catholic Church Wins Battle In Connecticut

Good news to report.  The Catholic League has announced that the unconstitutional bill to put Connecticut’s government in charge of the Catholic Church has been pulled.

While this is a huge victory, it is shocking that this battle even needed to be fought.  Many of us have been upset with the disregard of the Tenth Amendment and the ever growing Federal Government.  Now that our religious freedoms have been so blatantly attacked, I hope more people will awaken to the fact that our Republic no longer exists as our Founding Fathers intended.

Our Founders clearly understood that all of our rights come from God.  No government on Earth has the authority to take our God given rights.  I completely agree with Bill Donahue of the Catholic League who stated, “For their fascist stunt, they should at least be censured by their colleagues. Ideally, they should resign or be forced out of office.”

 
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Posted by on March 11, 2009 in Catholic, Religion

 

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A Moving Tribute

We are proud of all our Southern heroes, contrary to Yankee myths.

 
 

Catholics’ Freedom Of Religion Under Assault In Connecticut

694px-flag_of_connecticut_svgThe Catholic Church is being attacked in Connecticut.  Obviously, a government assault on religious freedom in Connecticut will affect our entire Republic eventually.  The Catholic League is on it.  Be sure and follow the link and let Connecticut know what you think about this unconstitutional assault on our religious freedoms.  After all, many left England to flee this kind of tyranny.  Don’t think you have to be Catholic to weigh in; this will affect all Christians in time.

 
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Posted by on March 9, 2009 in Catholic, Religion

 

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Judge Napolitano And Ron Paul – What More Could We Ask For?

h/t: SLMNews

 
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Posted by on March 9, 2009 in Uncategorized

 

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Why Should We Be Second Class Citizens In Our Own Republic? – The Cost Of Illegal Immigration

Here is a letter that is quick to read, but straight to the point about illegal immigration and why it is costing us not only financially, but also our standing in our own Republic. When illegals are receiving benefits, normally reserved for citizens, before Americans it has gone too far.

What would you say if an illegal immigrant’s child was given a scholarship or accepted to a college over your own child because of the “hardships” they have endured?  All different kinds of scenarios like this are happening right under people’s noses and they don’t even know it.

 

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I have been extremely busy, but with the current administration’s assault on our Constitution I am going to make blogging a bigger priority.  I added a new link to our blogroll for Southern Portal; stop by and visit them. 

Alabama’s Constitution Party will be having a Mobile Rally with Chuck Baldwin and Darrell Castle, the 2008 Constitution Party Presidential and Vice Presidential nominees.  Click here for information.

God bless.  Deo Vindice!

 
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Posted by on March 8, 2009 in Alabama, Blogroll, Constitution Party

 

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I Wish I Were In Dixie

800px-mount_mitchell-27527Life has been very busy so I apologize for not posting in over two months.  I have neglected my blog and I regret it.  I am going to make a great effort to post more regularly from now on. 

There has been something weighing on my very soul lately and I cannot barely stand it any more.  I actually find myself crying when I hear music about my beloved Dixie.  As you know, I am stuck in the North due to my job.  My heart literally aches to be back in the South. 

I cannot begin to describe the anguish I feel at being stuck here.  All I want is to go home, to be back in the sunny South, with people who believe the way I do, where your neighbor greets you with a smile, where people don’t take offense when you say sir or mam, and where military service is considered a patriotic duty and not a war crime.

Don’t get me wrong, not everyone is a liberal, but when even the Republicans are so moderate and so far and few in between it begins to feel pretty lonely.  The community we live in is so liberal the Republicans don’t reveal their Party when running for non-partisan, local office because it would cost them votes.  This is a huge factor in my homesickness.

There is a pulling on my heart that gets harder to live with each day.  I can remember the smell, the feel of the sun on my face, and the summers so hot swimming was the only relief.  I did not appreciate Dixie and all she had to offer, all she taught me, the person she made me until I left her for the cold North.  This is no place for a Christian, Conservative, Southron and I wish I knew that before I allowed myself to be stranded here.

My prayer each day is that God blesses me with the opportunity to go home again someday.  I know there are others who are in the same situation as we are and I know they would tell you the same thing.  It is like a slow, painful death being stuck in a place where you don’t belong.  Instead of living life you simple exist, life loses it’s purpose and meaning; all you have is your memories and your longing.  You have to fight to keep it within yourself because your spirit leaves you in your dreams of home.

If I can touch one person in a way that keeps them from making the mistake I have, or convince one person with the ability to leave and go back home then I can find comfort in that.  I know God will lead me back to Dixie when the time is right.  Until then I will dream of her because I do wish I were in Dixie.

 
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Posted by on March 3, 2009 in South, Uncategorized

 

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