Category Archives: Defending Dixie

Frankly My Dear, We Don’t Give a Folk…

…lorist the time of day when he lobs disingenuous and inaccurate talking points in a Southward direction. “You’re a racist *and* a traitor”, says professional cuckold and self-proclaimed “folklorist” John E. Price in an article making the social media rounds.  … Continue reading

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Trad Youth Goes to Stafford

~ My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge: because thou hast rejected knowledge, I will also reject thee, that thou shalt be no priest to me: seeing thou hast forgotten the law of thy God, I also will forget … Continue reading

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That Pivotal Generation

I’m not particularly fond of my generation but it is an interesting one for at least two reasons: 1.  We were the last generation to know a time before the internet and social media. and 2.  We were (at least … Continue reading

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Wistercrats

Here’s a picture of the famous “Lady Baltimore”. I’ve just finished Wister’s novel (of the same name). It was enjoyable though tinged with Yankee sentiment. The main character was from Boston (if I recall) and suggested he was neither a … Continue reading

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In Which I Stumble Into a Battle…

I had planned a quiet afternoon, smoking my cigar by a peaceful southern river. But as I rounded the corner to the waterfront, I began hearing the patter of small arms fire. An engagement was underway (or just ending). Presently, … Continue reading

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Why Do They Come?

“Why do they come? What do they seek? Who build but never read their Greek?” On my way home from AMREN (a review to come), I stopped in Nashville and walked to their Parthenon. I had a little book of … Continue reading

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Bonfire of the Southern Vanities

The radical leftists shown above are university students in Florida.  Self identifying as Marxists, they held this rally on the 150th anniversary of Lee’s surrender at Appomattox and happily burned the Confederate Battle flag. …an apt illustration, I think, of … Continue reading

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Daydreaming About Old Dixie

“She sure is pretty.  A fella that gets her is gonna have to do some prancing.  He can’t sit around and look glum all the time.” ~ Judge Priest Old Dixie isn’t strictly the antebellum period. It refers to a … Continue reading

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The Walls of Old Dixie

I went to one of the most peaceful places I know of this afternoon. I wont say exactly where, but it’s right off the Albemarle sound and there’s a full-sized replica of a Confederate steam-powered battle ship floating in the … Continue reading

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The League vs. Abbeville

Abbeville Institute’s James Ruteledge Roesch has written an interesting article lamenting the anti-Southern bias inherent in our conquerors.  He mentions Ol Miss being forced to give up its mascot in favor of a less offensive one (among other travesties). The … Continue reading

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