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  1. “Apparently we’re past the phase of “no one says it”. Something unspeakably dark is slipping the leash. ”


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  2. James W. King

    CSA GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE by James W. King—Sons of Confederate Veterans (SCV) Camp 141 Lt. Col. Thomas M. Nelson’s Rangers Commander Albany Georgia

    U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower believed that Confederate General Robert E. Lee should be a Role Model for American youth and they should emulate his qualities.
    Robert Edward Lee was born January 19, 1807 to Revolutionary War hero Henry “Light Horse Harry” Lee III and Anne Carter Lee at Stratford Hall in Westmoreland County Virginia. He attended the United States Military Academy at West Point where he graduated 2nd in the class of 1829 without a single demerit. Lee served in the U.S. Army for nearly 32 years.
    At the beginning of the War Between the States (Civil War) he was offered command of the U.S. Army by Abraham Lincoln. He knew that Lincoln’s invasion of the Southern States was unconstitutional, illegal, immoral, and criminal. He had to make a choice to either defend the Constitution or the Union. He made the correct decision to defend the Constitution.
    Robert E. Lee assumed command of the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia on June 1,1862 and the command of all 3 Confederate Armies in early 1865. After the collapse of the nation Confederate States of America he told his soldiers “Go Home And Be Good Americans”. He accepted the position of President of Washington College in Lexington Virginia. At a time when he desperately needed money a Northern Insurance Company offered him $50,000 for the use of his name. He declined saying “my name and heritage is about all I have left and it is not for sale”. Robert Edward Lee died on October 12, 1870.
    No finer example of a Southern gentleman and leader exists whose positive impact was so great during and after the war. His superb character as a Christian gentleman stood out in his life as a man, husband, father, citizen, soldier, and a leader. These qualities greatly impressed many notable men.
    British Prime Minister Winston Churchill stated that “Lee was one of the noblest Americans that ever lived and that his noble presence and gentle kindly manner were sustained by Christian faith and an exalted character. U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt described General Robert E. Lee as “the very greatest of all the great captains that the English speaking peoples have brought forth”.
    War-era Georgia Senator Benjamin Harvey Hill eloquently expressed a lasting Lee tribute: “He possessed every virtue of other great commanders without their vices. He was a foe without hate; a friend without treachery; a victor without oppression, and a victim without murmuring. He was a public officer without vices; a private citizen without reproach; a Christian without hypocrisy and a man without guile. He was a Caesar without his ambition; Frederick without his tyranny; Napoleon without his selfishness; and Washington without his reward. He was obedient to authority as a servant, and loyal in authority as a true King. He was gentle as a woman in life; modest and pure as a virgin in thought; watchful as a Roman Vital in duty; submissive to law as Socrates; and grand in battle as Achilles”
    On Aug.1,1960 Dr. Leon Scott of New York wrote U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower a letter stating ” at the Republican Convention you said that you have the pictures of 4 great Americans on your office wall and one is Robert E. Lee. Please explain why you hold him in such high esteem. Eisenhower’s response, written on White House letterhead on August 9, 1960 reads as follows: Dear Dr. Scott, Respecting your August 1 inquiry calling attention to my often expressed admiration for General Robert E. Lee, I would say, first, that we need to understand that at the time of the War Between the States the issue of Secession had remained unresolved for more than 70 years. Lee was, in my estimation, one of the supremely gifted men produced by our nation. He believed in the Constitutional validity of the Confederate cause. From deep conviction I simply say this “A nation of men of Lee’s caliber would be unconquerable in spirit and soul. Indeed to the degree that present day American youth will strive to emulate his rare qualities, we in our own time of danger in a divided world will be strengthened and our love of freedom sustained”. Such are the reasons I proudly display the picture of this great American on my office wall. Sincerely, Dwight D. Eisenhower.

  3. James W. King

    130 years ago E. Benjamin Andrews, a former veteran in the Yankee army said “If any American father were asked which of America’s great men he would want his son to emulate, that father, if he were wise would be compelled to answer Robert E. Lee”.
    Lee fought for Southern Independence and to preserve constitutional government as established by America ’s founding fathers who were primarily Southern gentlemen from Virginia and against Yankee aggression, tyranny, despotism, and dictatorship.

  4. James W. King

    SECESSION WAS LEGAL. SOUTHERNERS WERE NOT TRAITORS. All early attempts at secession were by the Northern state of Massachusetts in 1803 and 1814. U.S. military cadets at West Point Military Academy were taught from Rawles View of the Constitution that secession was legal. No Confederate was ever tried for treason. The North attempted to try Jefferson Davis but several Special prosecutors declined and it was determined that the case should be dropped.
    Salmon Chase, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court in 1865 told Lincoln’s Cabinet of Radicals at the time this:
    “Should you persist in your endeavor to bring to trial ANY of the former Confederate Representatives of that Government or ANY of its former Military Personnel charging them with Treason against the United States Government, That which YOU won on the Battlefield will be LOST in a Court of Law.”
    In other words, the Sovereign States of the South, under the Provisions granted them under the 10th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, Had EVERY RIGHT TO SECEDE. After this statement or ruling Jefferson Davis and his family were released from PRISON where they had been held since being captured by the Federals!

    “If you bring these leaders to trial, it will condemn the North, for by the Constitution, secession is not a rebellion. His [Jefferson Davis] capture was a mistake. His trial will be a greater one. We cannot convict him of treason.”
    — Salmon P. Chase, Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court, 1867

  5. James W. King

    That great English intellect of the 19th Century, Lord Acton wrote to Robert E. Lee that he mourned what was lost at Richmond more than he rejoiced in what was won at Waterloo (defeat of Napoleon). Acton knew that the death of the Confederacy was the death of the Aristotelian concept of Republican government to be replaced by the Hobbsian view of the ever larger more powerful central state. Professor Livingston gives a great lecture on that. It’s available through the Stephen D. Lee Institute. And it’s true, the states of the North which supported the Union committed virtual suicide by doing so, eventually becoming mere counties in a huge central state without any true power and subject to destruction at the whim of Washington.
    Once sovereign states are now little more than glorified administrative districts submissive and answerable to a central imperial power in Washington D.C.

  6. James W. King

    “I can only say that while I have considered the preservation of the constitutional power of the General Government to be the foundation of our peace and safety at home and abroad, I yet believe that the maintenance of the rights and authority reserved to the states and to the people, not only essential to the adjustment and balance of the general system, but the safeguard to the continuance of a free government. I consider it as the chief source of stability to our political system, whereas the consolidation of the states into one vast republic, sure to be aggressive abroad and despotic at home, will be the certain precursor of that ruin which has overwhelmed all those that have preceded it.”
    — General Robert E. Lee, letter to Lord Action, 15 December 1866

  7. James W. King

    “All these cries of having ‘abolished slavery,’ of having ‘saved the country,’ of
    having ‘preserved the Union,’ of establishing a ‘government of consent,’ and of
    ‘maintaining the national honor’ are all gross, shameless, transparent cheats — so
    transparent that they ought to deceive no one.”
    — Lysander Spooner, prominent Northern abolitionist,
    attorney, and legal scholar, five years after the “Civil War”

  8. James W. King

    “As famous editor H.L. Menken wrote about the Gettysburg Address in “Smart Set” in 1920:
    ‘It is poetry, not logic; beauty, not sense. Think of the argument in it. Put it into the cold words of everyday. The doctrine is simply this: that the Union soldiers who died at Gettysburg sacrificed their lives to the cause of self-determination — “that government of the people, by the people, for the people,” should not perish from the earth. It is difficult to imagine anything more untrue. The Union soldiers in that battle actually fought against self-determination; it was the Confederates who fought for the right of their people to govern themselves. What was the practical effect of the battle of Gettysburg? What else than the destruction of the old sovereignty of the States, i.e., of the people of the States? The Confederates went into battle free; they came out with their freedom subject to the supervision and veto of the rest of the country — and for nearly twenty years that veto was so effective that they enjoyed scarcely more liberty, in the political sense, than so many convicts in the penitentiary.’….Finally, the final outcome of the Civil War did not usher in “a new birth of freedom.” It did quite the opposite. It consolidated federal power, neutered the 9th and 10th Amendments and gave birth to the fascist system and the imperial presidency under which we now suffer.”
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  9. Freeillinois

    The left wants our heads on a pike. Its time to start building a 5-10 program
    If you havent already got one or two

  10. Freeillinois

  11. One of Ol’ Remus’ better ones given the times. Do read the article by Kilgore that he references.

  12. thetinfoilhatsociety

    James W King should get his own blog. I scroll right through his “comments” in favor of reading real ones.

  13. Now communist professors want to remove the UNC memorial to Confederate dead.

  14. Robert E. Lee may well be a victim of the lefts desire for enemies. After all, it was Fidel Castro who something to the effect that the Revolution needed enemies, and real ones were not available, then they must be fabricated.

  15. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on FOR GOD AND COUNTRY.

  16. General Lee’s horse was named Traveler and he had a bunch of coonhounds he allowed on his porch. Walkers I think. Badger, ifin you got some hounds you don’t need night vision, just a flashlight.