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SBC Pressured to Ban Confederate Flag. Anti-Southerner Russell Moore Supports

Russell Moore, heading the public policy arm of the SBC, is making waves and leading the charge, for all practical purposes, in having the SBC officially ban the display of the Confederate battle flag from public view. May he and his liberal, politically correct, historically ignorant ilk be defeated, without prejudice – and to the […]

Yes! Take That Confederate Flag Down!

Thank goodness that Confederate Flag is finally being removed. It’s comforting to know that racism will finally be ended by pulling down this flag. Blacks will now be free to live the American dream; free to feel proud to claim, protect, and take responsibility for the babies they create, free to keep their families together, […]

July 11

How Americans Should Deal with the Amerikan Empire

There is a Southern fire that lives in all of us. So, when the Empire or one of its privileged groups demand that we remove the Confederate battle flag or a monument to our fallen heroes, there is a simple solution. Take the advice of one of the few honorable men who have ruled over […]

June 25

One Down….One Up

June 24

The Modern Carpetbaggers: Where Is the Real Danger?

I’m writing this to Southern folks who still have a love of their family and heritage; while others are happily being snookered in the enemy camp. “Honor your father and your mother” the Lord God said. Some of you still have a sense of family and want to obey God. Remember it is always better […]

November 27

Did A Black Family of Musicians Write “Dixie”?

From the University of Illinois Press: “Who really wrote the classic song “Dixie”? A white musician, or an African American family of musicians and performers? This book traces the lives of the Snowdens, an African American family of musicians and farmers living in rural Knox County, Ohio. Howard L. Sacks and Judith Rose Sacks examine […]

A Highly Recommended Book

The Hymn has been of great importance to the people in the South throughout their history. In life and in death the ministry of the psalms and hymns have been a vital part of the fabric of life. Little is known about Southern Hymnology and almost nothing is known about Confederate Hymnology. A gospel minister […]

July 26

The Greatness of Child-like Faith

Robert Lewis Dabney, in his work, Life and Campaigns of Lieutenant-General Thomas J. Jackson, describes an important key to the Christian faith and character of ‘Stonewall’ Jackson. He mentions that Jackson “embraced the doctrines common to all, with a faith so entire and prevalent.” This fine example of Christian integrity and the respect he received […]

Oh, But You Are Whistlin’ Dixie!

According to a Rasmussen poll on the Federal government, over 51% of American’s believe that the government is more of a threat to individual rights than a protector of them, with 15% undecided. In an even more recent poll, over 24% believe individual states have the right to secede from the United States . In […]

Behind the Dixie Stars

Did you know that when ‘the war’ started, the largest plantation in Charleston, SC, was owned by a free black man – who owned 200 slaves? Here’s a 7 minute Documentary featuring Nelson W. Winbush, a black son of confederate black soldier Luis Napoleon Nelson who fought under Nathan Bedford Forest. A series of interviews, […]

Thank You Veterans

… of the Confederate States of America. “You are the first brigade!” Death of Jackson The Confederate Anthem

In Opposition to Federal Tyranny

Stone Mountain, GA, is the world’s largest relief stone carving which depicts three figures of the Confederate States of America: Stonewall Jackson, Robert E. Lee, and Jefferson Davis (our beloved President). Stone Mountain is a monument to the opposition of federal tyranny. Depicting those who were attacked by an oppressive regime called ‘the Union’ after […]

Reconstruction: The Conquest of the Southern Mind

The North defeated the South in war, crushed and humiliated it in peace, and waged war against it a war of intellectual and spiritual conquest. In this conquest the North fixed upon the South the stigma of war guilt, of slave guilt, of treason and thereby shook the faith of its people in their way […]

Gospel Tracts: The Silent Preacher

Cast your bread upon the waters, for you will find it after many days. – Ecc. 11:1 (ESV) The smallest tract may be the stone in David’s sling. In the hands of Christ it may bring down a giant’s soul. – Robert Murray M`Cheyne Never underestimate the use of Gospel tracts. They have been used […]

Must-See Movies: The Conspirator

While an angry nation seeks vengeance, a young union war hero must defend a mother accused of aiding her son in the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln. Directed by Robert Redford, the film stars James McAvoy, Robin Wright, Kevin Kline, Evan Rachel Wood, and Tom Wilkinson.   As most readers of 5ptsalt are aware, I […]

A Sesquicentennial Celebration

You may have noticed recently an increase of civil war related posts here on the blog. There’s a reason for that. This year marks the Sesquicentennial of the war of northern aggression, a far more appropriate label since the term ‘civil war’ is not quite accurately descriptive enough for me, and let’s face it, there […]

A Tribute To Black Confederate Soldiers

“It’s not a black or white thing, it‘s what is right and what is wrong.”

The Other Greatest Generation

Take note of the confederate soldiers at about the 1:25 mark. Please watch to the very end. HT: OldVirginiaBlog

The Fruit of Revival

During the War for Southern Independence, the sovereign God graciously sent a revival to the Confederate armies.  Confederate Chaplain J. William Jones said, “That revival which does not result in more consecration on the part of Christians, and a ‘godly walk and conversation’ on the part of the new converts, is not worth calling a […]

An African-American Icon Speaks Truth To The Lincoln Cult

Since reading The Real Lincoln by Thomas J. DiLorenzo some years ago, I have been amazed at the perpetuity of the myths surrounding Abraham Lincoln. To be quite honest, the mere mention of the man makes me cringe. The atrocities  and war crimes sanctioned by this man and his blatant dismissal of the Constitution and […]

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