We May Lose Because We Don’t Care About Our History

People in their “history” classes in school are taught that the War of Northern Aggression was fought only over slavery and nothing else. If you dare to bring up the issue of tariffs as a major cause of that war then you are probably going to be called a racist because the establishment version of that history has no place for the tariff issue–and so you never hear about it. You have to do your own research to find that out and if you try to explain that to people, they mostly don’t care. Al Benson Jr.

Sometimes I watch or listen to the Mark Levin show. Generally its great and informative. But it always makes me squirm and want to scream NOOOOOO! because I have to look at Dishonest Abe’s picture that always sits behind Mark. — jtl, 419

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by Al Benson Jr.

Member, Board of Directors, Confederate Society of America

Over the past week or so I have posted a couple articles about terrorist John Brown and some of his leftist connections (yes, he had some leftist connections).

Some of the comments I got back from various places my articles were posted were, how shall I say it, downright abusive. Everything from “who cares about all this crap?” to comments that used profanity that I won’t go into.

Some of this made me reflect a little and I came up with the possibility that, at least in our day, we may well lose the struggle for our freedom because many on our side of the political and theological fence not only do not comprehend or grasp the importance of our history, they just don’t care. They are not interested.

What they don’t seem to realize is that if…

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