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Phillep Harding | June 25, 2015 at 4:41 pm

The US flag is already being banned, different places.

    MattMusson in reply to Phillep Harding. | June 26, 2015 at 8:55 am

    I would be perfectly happy if they took down the statue of the War Criminal Sherman from the Capital steps. Sherman should have been courtmartialed and hung for crime against civilians.

In 2010, at Live Oak High School in Morgan Hill, California, students were forbidden to display the American flag on Cinco de Mayo. A FEDERAL COURT UPHELD THE BAN!!!

    Mannie in reply to SRaher. | June 26, 2015 at 8:28 am

    The ban was justified as a public safety issue. It was argued that the criminal invaders would become violent if “their day” was disrespected. By enshrining violence as the arbiter of rights, the Court blessed its use. American students must attack foreigners and strip the offensive shirts and flags from them. If it takes violence to reclaim our country, then let the streets run red.

I can’t tell if this is only parody, or for real. It’s my BFF’s website, and she tells me she can’t even tell the difference sometimes. Mick Dumdell makes a very convincing Liberal argument, but from his other posts, he’s either a complete idiot, or a satirist. Or just plain crazy.

The border states of Maryland, Missouri, Delaware, and Kentucky remained with the Union, and thus, their slaves were not included in the Emancipation Proclamation. Tennessee, which was fully occupied by 1863 was also not included. Further, the state of West Virginia was admitted to the Union during the war, as a slave state!

This means that it was the American Flag which flew over the heads of slaves in those 6 states during the time of the Civil War. Further, slavery was not abolished in Kentucky until December 1865. That was eight months after the war ended. It took the 13th Amendment to end slavery in Kentucky!

How can we blame the Confederate Flag for Freddie Gray’s death, when the only flag that ever flew over the slaves of that state was the American Flag? How can we blame the Confederate Flag for the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, when the only flag that ever flew over the slaves of that state was the American Flag!

FWIW, I am trying to help her get some exposure. But,she has linked her site back to here. Whatever.

Squeeky Fromm
Girl Reporter

    Not A Member of Any Organized Political in reply to SqueekyFromm. | June 25, 2015 at 5:54 pm

    Squeeky, your BFF is 100% correct.

    Plus Kentucky’s state government was overthrown in a Federal government coup – with Kentucky being invaded and occupied by the Federal troops at the same time.

    All the history that was hidden and lied about in your textbooks……

You know Prof Jacobson is playing us when the video of the day is ‘He’s a Rebel’:).

Prof … you need to ban that video to be PC …

    Not A Member of Any Organized Political in reply to walls. | June 25, 2015 at 5:55 pm

    I think the Prof is a rebel.

    I waiting for his pic in the red James Dean jacket……

Speaking of Robert E. Lee. . .


Squeeky Fromm
Girl Reporter

Well crap! Messed up my link!

Squeeky Fromm
Girl Reporter

We already have policies to address “sins of the father”: redistributive change, devaluation of capital and labor, displacement and replacement through excessive and unmeasured immigration, presumption or implied guilt, class diversity schemes, and, of course, selective-child policy. Pro-choice doctrine is antithetical to the rule of law and literally incompatible with human rights.

Bastille Day is just a few weeks away but we can see the havok caused by the French revolution getting out of hand

The collective is WELL organized. The 60s hippies had a very long list of things that they hated about America. They (and their ilk) are relentless.

A-FREAKING-MEN, Branco!!! Heritage ain’t Racism!!! My Great Grandad Jacob Hunnicutt of western North Carolina fought in all the campaigns of Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia in General Longstreet’s Corps. Wounded 5-times including a spent mini-ball on the mouth during the Peach Orchard fight at Gettysburg. Never a slave owner nor a Negro hater. Just a poor North Carolina boy who “went with his people.” Like most of those incredible boys. The Confederate Monuments in nearly every town in the Great Smoky Mountains are Sacred. Period.