Category Archives: the South

Not even the White House can speak the truth

I’m worried for our country, and I’m worried for our freedoms, especially our freedom of speech. Kayleigh McEnany is brilliant, and maybe we’d be better off having her as president than Trump. Beauty, intelligence and a strong personality. But even … Continue reading

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How the English Failed to Stamp Out the Scots Language

I came across an old article, from Atlas Obscura, that echoes something I’ve been saying for years, how governments work to destroy native languages and dialects. The article tells the story of the Scots language, not to be confused with … Continue reading

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The Old Confederate Flag Canard

Conservatism Inc. strikes again, this time in the guise of Rich Lowry, writing for the National Review. Of course, the proximate cause of the protests this time is the coronavirus lockdowns rather than Obamacare, although the feel of the demonstrations … Continue reading

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Recent events

I’ve been a bit overwhelmed by recent events, and that’s why I haven’t been posting; I always ask myself: Where to start? Firstly, I know that some of y’all are feeling discouraged by the events in Charlottesville and the aftermath. … Continue reading

Posted in crime and violence, government/corporate discrimination against whites, politics and attitudes of the pro-white movements, the South | 6 Comments

Religion versus opinion

There are several atheists to whom I’m close. All of them exhibit a lot of respect toward organized religion, but they show no such respect toward conservatives. This got me thinking: Why does a belief in the supernatural garner more … Continue reading

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Was the Old South really so intolerant?

While visiting my friends in Kentucky recently, we spoke of local folklore. They told me of a “spook” who lived in a nearby town. This “spook” was not a ghost or any other type of supernatural being. In fact, he … Continue reading

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