Category Archives: Defending Dixie

Tar-Heel Tarnation…

I loiter around an upscale cigar lounge near Raleigh. It’s frequented by all manner of men. Most are pillars of the community, and many are either currently involved with, or retired members of, the NC state government. One, a conservative … Continue reading

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Review: Last Rebel of the Civil War

The bulk of this review will be censored so I can continue my pathetic modern life without being harassed by SWAT. Thus, my obligatory disclaimer: “What a horrible, racist, man this Jesse James was. We ought never lay a hand … Continue reading

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Southerner vs the Boot-Lickers

“O, this life is nobler than attending for a cheque Richer than doing nothing for a bauble, Prouder than rustling in unpaid-for silk: Such gain the cap of him that makes ’em fine, Yet keeps his book uncross’d: no life … Continue reading

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(r)Evolution

New from Shotwell Publishing, “A Christian Attempt to Reconcile Satanism With Scripture”, or, the actual title: “Understanding Creation and Evolution” by Howard Ray White. Infamous Southern spokesman Clyde N. Wilson has this to say in the forward: “It should be … Continue reading

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Historians Explain European Christmas…

(This post was inspired by a recent blog post at the Abbeville Institute, where the well-meaning author provides a bumbling, modernist, critique of the old-South). On occasion, the old European children would attempt to curry favor with their overlords, referred … Continue reading

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Review: Our Southern Nation

The bigger southern cities can hide it, but walk through smaller villages or ramble through the hinterlands, and you’ll see it: abandoned buildings, cracked sidewalks, ancient churches.  These cities smell like our grandparents’ collective attics – a convenient metaphor since … Continue reading

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Shotgun Honors Silent Sam…

~ …the facts are, that [Confederate Soldiers’] courage and steadfastness saved the very life of the Anglo Saxon race in the South. ~  the Silent Sam dedication. A few weeks back, a gang of rabid government-schooled degenerates snuck onto UNC … Continue reading

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(1): Shotgun vs. Lafcadio Hearn

Rossetti, says Dr. Hearn, was a man of the middle ages. He was born, out of his time, in the Victorian era, and hated the science and philosophy of his day. Sounds like my kind of poet. Oddly enough, in … Continue reading

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When Good ol’ Rebels Rumble

Yet again, as some of you may have heard, I’ve had to call for a duel of fists on account of a lady’s offended honor. Why, oh Lord, is it always me? Always. It’s always me who has to cause … Continue reading

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Heritage *and* Hate

To Whom it May Concern, We’ve never met but I drive by your house everyday on my way to work. I happen to be a proud Southerner and for that reason, your house stands out to me; you’re flying the … Continue reading

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