Rebels and Cottentots

Is tolerance created with every repetitive call for it? No, for it’s never tolerance alone; it’s “you must”, a phrase that awakens the latent rebel in every soul....
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The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down

The original song is called “The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down”, but times have changed and Old Dixie is under attack again. Rebel flags? You can’t fly...
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The Bloodless

The bloodless are those who scorn the very blood that makes them who and what they are, for in the genetic and historic twists and turns of their...
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Foster, Folk, and Faeries

A statue of the folk-song writer and singer Stephen Foster was recently removed from a park in Pittsburgh because it was deemed “racist.” The statue was a depiction...
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Part-Time Patriots

As I write this, the sound of cannons break the nearby silence. One rumbling boom after another just a few miles from where I sit, but this is...
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Homecoming

Near a bend in the Cumberland River, just outside of Nashville, Tennessee, there sits a modest, blue house. My parents have lived in that little house since 1968...
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Old Hickory

I recently spent some time in Old Hickory, Tennessee, where Andrew Jackson’s home, the Hermitage, still stands. I grew up only five minutes or so from this grand...
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Starve the Beast

Our nation and our rights are being pulled from under our feet. Where is the resistance? It is nigh invisible, for our puppet masters have tethered us to...
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A Tale of Two Temples

This is a tale of two temples. I suppose I should say “places of worship”, for only one is a temple, or a synagogue to be precise. The...
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Imagine: 2018: Conclusion

The powers-that-wish-they-be want us to forget.  Indeed, those of European descent have been told that they have no culture. I am here to tell you that we do,...
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