Mississippi Burning (Flag)

Bob Comans Flag

Bob Comans Flag


It appears more than a squirrel has gone berserk in the sleepy little town of Pascagoula lately. Bob Coman found his Mississippi state flag burned and laying in his driveway along with the words “Blacks Rule”.

Hate Crime

Hate Crime

Neighbors, friends, and people who didn’t even know Bob have come forward to help, donating a new flag, scrubbing the graffiti off, and letting him know they stand with him.

Police are unsure if this is a hate crime as of yet, and we’d have to agree. Both words were spelled correctly, and the printing was neatly done. We’ll have to wait and see how this plays out.

Bob Coman new flag

Bob Coman new flag

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Confederate flag makes Bessemer, Alabama family a target

Shooting

Shooting


Alek Seundryk says a drive-by shooting just after midnight Sunday left his house riddled with bullet holes, putting his family in danger.

Two bullets went the siding of the house and struck furniture inside. His wife and two children were also at home at the time, but were not hurt.

A neighbor, Kayla Buckner, says she saw a car approach the house, then slow down. She heard one black male say “Nah, eff that” and then start shooting.

Alek said the shooters yelled an expletive about the flag before firing the shots into the home.

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Arkansas Veteran Shot in South Bend IN over battle Flag

Richard Dillman

Richard Dillman


28-year-old Richard Dillman, an army veteran from Arkansas, was shot while visiting friends. The shots were fired from a group of black men hurling slurs at Dillman for flying his version of the Battle Flag, with a US Army emblem on it.

Dillman was able to drive to a friends house and was transported to the hospital with non life threatening injuries to his cheek and back.

1 suspect is described as a thin black male. All 3 suspects left in a Pontiac Gran Prix hoopde

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Confederate flag in Rockbridge County

20x30 Battle Flag

20×30 Battle Flag


Raymond Agnor’s gigantic 20-by-30-foot Confederate Battle Flag flies proudly from its 80-foot pole on Billboard Hill, just north of Lexington. It is one of three huge flags placed on private property in the Lexington area by the Virginia Flaggers, a pro-Confederacy group.

Raymond, fed up with the antics of the anti-Southren, anti-confederacy liberal democrats and various ne’er-do-wells, decided to take out an ad in The News-Gazette addressing his concerns.

“About the Confederate Flag,” the ad stated. “Because of all the trouble the democrats and black race are causing, I place this ad. No black people or democrats are allowed on my property until further notice.”

Mr. Agnor makes no apologies for flying his flag or for the ad, stating “I don’t want them on my property because I have seen what they did in Baltimore and Ferguson and other places.”

Good for you Mr. Agnor! Stand your ground and don’t back down.

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New NC law protects Confederate memorials and other monuments

Gov Pat McCrory

Gov Pat McCrory


Gov. Pat McCrory signed a controversial historical monuments bill that had passed the House earlier in the week.

The bill sets the authority for removing monuments deemed to commemorate “an event, person or military service that is part of North Carolina’s history.” It will take an act of the General Assembly to remove such a monument, instead of the what the Democrats wanted…local authority to do so.

We say this is a step in the right direction in protecting our heritage.

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Ohio State Fair bans Confederate Flag Merchandise

Ohio State Fair

Ohio State Fair


General Manager Virgil L. Strickler told vendors in a letter on Thursday. “… beginning with the 2015 Ohio State Fair, the sale or display of Confederate flags and/or Confederate flag merchandise shall be prohibited.”

Although there have been complaints about Confederate merchandise being sold in the past, organizers wanted to be pro-active about hate.

According to vendor contracts, organizers can take down any displays they find offensive, as well as stop any activity they may find controversial.

I would think boycotting these state Fairs around the country until officials get their heads out of their asses might be appropriate.

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Kentucky State Fair takes stand against Confederate flag

Kentucky State Fair

Kentucky State Fair


LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky’s state fair board and its parks department have taken stands against the sale of Confederate battle flag merchandise.

The fair board voted Thursday to prohibit the sale or giveaway of items displaying the battle flag. The ban applies to the state fairgrounds and a Louisville convention center the fair board operates.

NAACP leader Raoul Cunningham says the action represents progress against “hate literature.”

Can’t give any flag away? Banned from the property? Hate literature? This country has gone absolutely batty.

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Bexar County Texas Removes Confederate Plaques

Confederate memorial plaques removed

Confederate memorial plaques removed


Four plaques displaying Confederate symbols have officially been removed from the Bexar County Courthouse.
On Tuesday, Bexar County commissioners voted unanimously to take down the four plaques at the courthouse for displaying Confederate symbols. They removed them under cover of night, before midnight.

While they knew some where offended by them, Bexar Heritage Programs Director Bette Bueche said they had heard people were “fearful” of them. Seriously? Fearful of commemorative plaques? We wonder how many people they have attacked in the past to make people fear them.

The stupidity in this country has gotten out of control, as well as the apologist attitudes.

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Anthony Hervey, Black Confederate, Killed in Car Wreck

Anthony Hervey wreck

Anthony Hervey wreck

Mississippi Highway Patrol spokesman Johnny Poulos said the accident took place on Highway 6 near the Pontotoc County line around 11:20 a.m. the vehicle left the roadway and when Hervey overcorrected the vehicle flipped.

The woman who was with Hervey, Arlene Barnum, said they were being chased by another vehicle, and when Hervey sped up to get away, that’s when the crash happened.

Barnum also burned her lifetime membership card to the NAACP at a unity rally to save the Linn Park Confederate Monument in Birmingham, Alabama on Saturday.

Hervey is the author of “Why I wave the Confederate Flag: Written by a Black Man.” He was best known for wearing a Confederate uniform and waving a Rebel flag in Oxford.

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NAACP President Lloyd Thompson of Shreveport LA wants monument removed

Confederate Monument

Confederate Monument


Thompson wants a Confederate monument outside of the Caddo Parish Courthouse removed, but unfortunately it probably isn’t going to happen. The monument is owned by the Daughters of the Confederacy, not Caddo parish. Even the small plot of land that it sits on is owned by the Daughters of the Confederacy.

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