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What Is the League of the South?

What Is the League of the South?.

Most organizations founder because they lack self-definition and a definite goal. The League of the South is a Southern Nationalist organization whose ultimate goal is a free and independent Southern republic.

To reach this goal, we intend to create the climate for a free South among our people by

  1. exposing the corruption, stupidity and self destructive mentality of the current government in Washington,
  2. by proving our willingness to be servant-leaders to the Southern people; and
  3. by making The League of the South a strong, viable organization that will lead us to Southern independence.

Are you concerned about your children and grandchildren’s future?

More at: http://www.freetennessee.org/blog_direct_link.cfm/blog_id/49478/What-Is-the-League-of-the-South

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Dr. Michael Hill: Why We Must Reject A ‘Proposition Nation’ & The New South

h/t: Harold Crews

 
 

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A Reminder Of The Importance Of Individualism, Through A Child’s Eyes

Today my eleven-year old son discovered that one of his siblings had poked a hole through a bag of sugar, on the hutch, with a pencil.  I lined all four potential culprits up (not including the baby who obviously didn’t commit the destructive act and the three-year old who is not tall enough to have reached the bag of sugar) and let them know I wanted the truth as to who did it.

No one fessed up so I sat them all down each with a paper and pencil and a simple sentence to write over and over “I will not destroy”.  I kept it short as the youngest in the line up is four years old and this would be a difficult task for her.  After about five minutes the guilty one confessed; it was my four-year old daughter.  I made her apologize to her siblings for getting them in trouble.  As they have all been taught, they all forgave her.

She tearfully brought me her paper upon which she wrote her single, solitary sentence that was barely legible, and which took so much effort to write it extracted the truth from her.  I gathered the other papers containing the other children’s’ sentences and we all got a laugh from my eight year old son’s paper.  He apparently took the sentence as a fill in the blank and had written: I will not destroy sugar, I will not destroy peanut butter bars, I will not destroy Swiss rolls, I will not destroy frosted cherry…. listing each item on the hutch.

It just reminds me that everyone looks at things differently and of how much we need to protect that precious right from the political correctness that is suffocating individualism and free thought in our once free republic.

 
 

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Family Garden

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Gardening is a family affair. From sowing the seeds, to weeding, keeping the critters at bay, harvesting, preserving, and enjoying the fruits of your labor it is time the family spends together.

Our garden, this year, has been a place of learning for our children, a place to play as the children dodged wads of grass their siblings lobbed through the air and chased each other around, and just a fun time as I taught the kids songs from when I was a child to pass the time. Our first vegetable harvested were radishes which we enjoyed immediately. You know I can buy the best vegetables available in at the local market and my kids would not eat them as easily as they did those radishes from our garden that their hard work produced.

They are anxiously waiting for the lettuce, beets, zucchini, watermelon, cantaloupe, pumpkins, tomatoes, strawberries and sunflowers we also planted; that is if we can keep those pesky squirrels away. We did not have the money for a fence around the garden this year so we have been trying every trick to keep the critters out. We have put moth balls around the garden (worked for a while), we sprayed the leaves with a Dawn and water solution (worked for a while), and the deer have broken through every string we put up.

My 8 year old son’s pride and joy was the Sunflowers he helped plant in the back and on the side of the garden. Over the weeks the critters have eaten the leaves of the entire back row and started on the interior of the garden. Feeling bad for my distraught son, who saw his hard work and final pay off disappearing with each night, I checked out a book from the library; it was a children’s storybook about missing sunflowers.

My son excitedly came down and announced, after reading the book, that we needed to put pepper on the leaves of the sunflowers and that it was squirrels eating the sunflowers. This made sense since one day when returning home there was a squirrel standing in the grass behind the garden nibbling away and staring me down; like I was invading his territory. So that very day we sprinkled pepper on the leaves of each plant in our garden. The next day not one plant was robbed of it’s leaves. My son jumped around in an almost victory jig. So now I have stocked up on ground pepper and we all look forward to harvest time again.

 
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Posted by on July 16, 2013 in Family, Gardening, Uncategorized

 

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Contributors At Time Magazine Want The Government To Assume Your Parental Rights

If these contributors to Time Magazine has their way you will be nothing, but a nanny, to your own children charged with raising children who belong to the government and whose parental rights over your children will trump what you feel is the best interest of your child. To see what a disaster this abhoration will be all you need to do is take a behind the doors look at the foster/CPS system and the inexcusable way it crushes families and children under its socialist, abusive, holocaustic control.

We have seen what reconstruction has done to the South and our children in government re-education camps they call schools and its agenda to annihilate all that the South stands for. We cannot allow Magazine contributors, the UN, or the federal government to steal our children, your future, our cherished gifts from God himself, and rip their very souls from them under a totalitarian control over every aspect of your life; even whether or not you or your child deserves that life.

Let the government know they don’t have the right to even consider such a measure, let alone be allowed to enact it.  Constact your representative and let them know we will stop the cancerous growth in this republic these socialists have become and vote out every one of them who believes they actually have a right to regulate or mandate anything in our lives, no matter what their justification.  This is why our states need to be sovereign again to govern themselves the way their citizens see fit.

 

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Some Prayers Needed

I have not been posting much lately because my youngest son is having some significant health problems.  The entire pregnancy was a stressful and taxing time.  The good news is the Lord has healed most of the issues, however he may still be facing surgery and I would like to request prayer for his health as I am a firm believer that the Lord answers our prayers.

 
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Posted by on September 4, 2010 in Family

 

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The Privilege Of Fatherhood

Happy Fathers Day to all the fathers out there.  I was reading SLMNews blog today, a daily read for me, and Palmetto Patriot had a very insightful post on the need for more Southern children as demographics continue to turn against us.  He could not be more right.  Not only does the Bible encourage large families, but speaking as the father of 6 children, 3 boys and 3 girls, it is a huge blessing beyond description.  Watching your children grow and even exceed your own abilities is exciting. 

If you are happily married and God fearing I strongly encourage you to have a large family.  You will be blessed for the rest of your life.  Financial concerns is the first thing I always hear from people attacking big families.  There is a large financial burden.  My TV is far from the largest, vacations are smaller and practical,  my vehicles are not brand new, and we don’t eat out every night.  Now which one of those things would be more important that one of my children?  Obviously, none of them.

 
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Posted by on June 20, 2010 in Family, heritage

 

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