Rhetorical Rehabilitation of the Rebel Spirit 

I know you’ve heard this propaganda before. Every Southerner has read, heard, (or even themselves stated) a variation of this trope:

Northern culture has steadily progressed 20 years ahead of the South.

The implication here, which in a sense is true, is that every cultural shift in the last couple of centuries has been stimulated by agitators and radicals in Northern states.

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New Orleans: Decadent Chocolate City

A fallen citadel, the shell of a once great city; walking the streets of the French Quarter in New Orleans with a keen eye, one can see echoes of its glorious past. Without question, New Orleans has always had a multicultural tradition. This is the nature of great port cities. The beckoning of fortunes to be made through the mercantile business brought immigrants from Europe by the boatload. New Orleans was also an important conduit for the slave trade before the War of Northern Aggression. A convergence of Spanish, French, Irish, Italian, and Creole cultures, one can still appreciate the unique blend this historic city once possessed.

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The Churchian’s Contextomy Against The Alt-Right

Perhaps nowhere else in the West exists a Christian tradition as deeply rooted as that of Dixie (or the Southern people). Dominated by Protestantism in rural areas and peppered with Catholicism in urban areas like New Orleans, we still find community bonds and moral guidance through the cultural legacies of our religious heritage. I truly value this sense of brotherhood that Christianity provides Southern people.

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Moldylocks: Trashy Villain & Tragic Victim

Over the Easter holiday weekend, a pro-Trump rally turned violent (again) in Berkeley, California as smelly antifa agitators confronted pro free speech demonstrators adorned in MAGA hats. Reports from the melee all seem to concur that antifa was soundly beaten and embarrassed. Good news for the various iterations of white and civic nationalism that convened for the rally.

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