Tag: Confederacy

It’s Confederate Memorial Day

There’s much debate about whether our U.S. military invasion of Afghanistan & Iraq was moral or not. But there’s no doubt their invasion of the South was immoral. Therefore, I salute the Confederate soldiers who fought and died on their own soil, for their countrymen.

Our Federal injustice system arms enemies while disarming citizens

Before my time, the leadership of America began spending billions arming other countries, and some of those weapons have been (and will be) used against us. In our new millennium, we learned our Federal injustice system engaged in gunwalking, aka the fast & furious gun scandal. Whereas our citizens and police later were killed with

Flying my 5’x8’ Confederate Flag

I have a great deal of respect for those that fought and died during WWII. The war has been called the “greatest war,” and their people then have been called “the greatest generation.” I couldn’t imagine dying or becoming maimed for the freedoms of other people in another Country. Nonetheless, I believe an even greater

California Gov. Gavin Newsom as President? 🤣

There’s speculation that Gavin Newsom the Governor of my previous state of Commifornia, whom I voted to recall, might run for President in 2024. If the man does, and if (if) he wins, we Southern states must do more than join hands by raising our Confederate Statement Flags (CSF). We must practice the principles of

Women should not man (pun intended) a pulpit

The pulpit is not an ornament or a mere piece of furniture. The pulpit exhibits and demonstrates a theological authority (Neh. 8:4). And that authority and pulpit are exclusively reserved for men only, and so women are not to man a pulpit (1 Tim. 2:12). Though it is not politically correct to say this, it