Friday, September 29, 2006

Monday, September 25, 2006

George Allen's College Days

According to some of George Allen's former teammates he frequently used racist terminology.

Saturday, September 23, 2006

Transaction Press of Rutgers is a publisher of Neo-Confederate books.

Transaction Publishers is one of my major sources of Neo-Confederate books. It is at Rutgers University in New Jersey. They also publish a "Journal of American Ethnic History" and a series of books on Africa.

Thursday, September 21, 2006

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Max Blumenthal Blogs on U.S. Senator John Cornyn meeting with the Rockford Institute

Max Blumenthal blogged today on U.S. Senator John Cornyn meeting at an immigration conference with the Rockford Institute inside the U.S. Senate Bldg.

You can read the blog here.

My paper on the anti-Muslim/anti-Hispanic campaign of the Rockford Institute and others is online here:

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Tancredo meets with Neo-Confederates

The SPLC has a story on it here.

I would like to refer to this paper of mine on Neo-Confederates and their anti-Hispanic/anti-Muslim efforts and beliefs.

Thursday, September 07, 2006

Texas U.S. Senator John Cornyn to speak at the Rockford Institute Immigration function at the Senate Dirksen Building

Texas U.S. Senator John Cornyn to speak at the Rockford Institute Immigration function at the Senate Dirksen Building:

The details are at this web page:

I think this is an important development showing that the Neo-Confederates are entering the mainstream of the Republican party.

Sunday, September 03, 2006

Sen. John McCain hires big South Carolina Pro-Confederate Charlie Condon.

As reported in the Washington Post, August 17, 2006, in an article by Jim Davenport, U.S. Sen. McCain has hired former South Carolina Attorney General Charlie Condon, as a co-chairman of his Straight Talk America PAC. With Condon being the co-chair, McCain really should rename it the Straight Talk Confederacy PAC.

Washington Post Article here.

Charlie Condon is the darling of Neo-Confederates and has been a outspoken defender of the Confederacy.

Update: I am going to put notes in here of the Condon material as I find it.

1. "Flag Defender Rises: Rebuttal by Attorney General Charles M. Condon to Governor David M. Beasley's Proposal to Remove South Carolina's Confederate Battleflag, Tues. Nov. 26, 1996," Southern Partisan, 3rd Quarter 1996, Vol. 16, pages 9-10.

2. Condon threaten to sue the NAACP when they did protests at the statelines asking visitors to boycott South Carolina. (Post and Courier, Jan. 29, 2002, page 1A, "Condon promises to sue NAACP over planned protests at border," SCHUYLER KROPF byline. Condon was all bluster in this case since he didn't have a legal leg to stand on and nothing came of these threats.

3. In the CSA Today section, of the Southern Partisan, under South Carolina, 4th Quarter, 2001, Vol. 21, hails Condon for a somewhat fanciful interpretation of a South Carolina law that he claimed entitled local Confederate groups to have a say in Confederate monument that were public property.

I am going to have to dig up Condon's material and put it on the Presidential 2008 webpage. I have this and that, will need to sort through it and come up with a summary of key points.

McCain has Southern Partisan publisher Richard Quinn as the head of his campaign in South Carolina. Looks like McCain will be whistling Dixie as part of his campaign for President.

I will be making yet another entry on the presidential 2008 page for McCain. It is at:

The link to it is also on the right side bar of this blog.

Ann Coulter's Defense of the Confederate Flag

Recently, Ann Coulter has published in the Confederate Veteran, the official publication of the Sons of Confederate Veterans (SCV) a defense of the Confederate battle flag. [1] It is an essay titled, “The Battle Flag,” from Coulter’s book, “How to Talk to a Liberal,” Crown Publishers, 2004. In the article there is a picture of Ann Coulter with Brag Bowling Sons of Confederate Veterans Director and his wife Cathy Bowling, and the caption informs us that it was taken “at a recent engagement in Richmond, VA.”

I wrote an article on Coulter's essay and it was published by "The Touchstone" and is online at this website.

You might want to copy it and past it in word and enlarge the print size.

Coulter's article is a mess of historical error and faulty reasoning and crazed argumentation.

What I think is the importance of this article is that it shows how Neo-Confederacy is being mainstreamed.

Saturday, September 02, 2006

Sen. Biden feels he will do well in the South since Delaware is a former slave state.

Sen. Biden of Delaware claimed that he was going to do well in the South since he comes from a former slave state which makes Delaware southern. Here are a couple links to the story and editorials. Then I will give my two cents worth.

This is the transcript from Fox News:,2933,210668,00.html

This is a local Delaware paper also reporting it and pointing out that Biden's comments are a real insult to Delaware, which is quite correct.

Click here for story at

This article from a newspaper in Alabama makes fun of Biden and shows other inanities in his statement.

Click here for link.

I think this comment by Biden shows the shallowness of many Democrats in regards to their commitment to Civil Rights and a "Romance of Reunion" mentality that doesn't take Neo-Confederacy seriously.

This is Biden's record on Neo-Confederacy which I am going to update:
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