Category: Heritage

Alabama Makes It Illegal to Remove Confederate Monuments

The Alabama Memorial Preservation Act of 2017, signed into law Wednesday by Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey, protects historical Confederate monuments in Alabama. The new law will help preserve history by making it illegal to remove monuments that have been in place for longer than 40 years. State Sen. Gerald Allen noted that protecting monuments is …

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Pro-Confederate monument banner flies over Jazz Fest

An airplane towed a banner reading: “Got Jazz, Keep Heritage! savenolaheritage.org” over the New Orleans Jazz Festival on Friday, May 5th. The Statues of Confederate leaders Robert E. Lee, Jefferson Davis and P.G.T. Beauregard are set to be removed by the city, within the next 45 days, following the removal of the Battle of Liberty …

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Confederate relics buried in time capsule for 121 years in Louisville

Confederate relics buried in a time capsule for 121 years were unearthed this week, but the box was waterlogged and covered in mud, destroying many of the items contained inside. The time capsule was found on Monday, 2 days after work began when Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer ordered the 70-foot Confederate monument removed. Among the …

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Rock Stone Mountain Protesters arrested

At least 9 Black Lives Splatter protesters were arrested after becoming violent and attacking riot police, pepper spraying officers, over turning tables, throwing trash, and generally acting like the pitiful animals they are. Park officials have closed roads leading to and from the Yellow Daisy Lot near the park police station with the intention of …

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Alabama considers banning the removal of Confederate flags and to prevent the alteration of historical building names

Alabama lawmakers are moving in the opposite direction of most state and local governments with a bill that will protect historical landmarks. A public hearing will be held today, 02/09/2019, on the Alabama Heritage Protection Act which would ban the removal of historic monuments, markers, or school names from any public property unless a waiver …

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Rock Stone Mountain Rally Scheduled For April 23rd

In recent months the “Black Lives Matter” radicals have made it clear that the interests of their own people are more important to them than the interests of our nation as a whole, or of the interests of law and order and the judicial process, or indeed of the interests of any people within the …

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Georgia Reveals New Sons of Confederate Veterans License Plate

The faded flag in the background has been removed, but the small flag remains in the foreground in a compromise. If you remember, Gov. Nathan (The Apologist) Deal first said no changes would be made to the flag, but within an hour of those comments being made public he had backtracked and called for a …

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Hull of Confederate sub, the H. L. Hunley, finally revealed

H.L. Hunley

The first submarine in history to sink an enemy warship, the H.L. Hunley, an amazing confederate feat, has been cleaned and revealed for the first time in over 150 years. In 1864 the Hunley rammed a spar charge into the Union blockade ship the USS Housatonic and sunk her. The Hunley never made it back …

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KKK Director Makes Offer – Move Forrest Monument to Christian Revival Center

Nathan Bedford Forrest

National Director of The Knights Party, Pastor Thomas Robb announced Wednesday that he would be requesting the transfer of the Nathan Bedford Forrest Monument at Health Sciences Park to his care to be placed at the Christian Revival Center at Harrison, Arkansas. Pastor Robb, also noted that while the remains of Forrest and his wife …

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Tennessee denies Metro Council Request

The state of Tennessee has denied the request of Nashville’s Metro Council to plant trees and vegetation to block the view of a 25 ft Nathan Bedford Forrest statue on Interstate 65. John Schroer, informed the council on Monday, saying “TDOT (Tennessee Department of Transportation) does not plant foliage on its right-of-way with the sole …

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