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Secession Does Not Equate To A Bloody Civil War

Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – Your bloodlust for your fellow citizens’ blood is sick, it really is. It is sick. You are morally bankrupt in your sickness. The act of secession comes from the Latin word secedere, look it up. What does secedere mean? It means to withdraw. I am going to secedere to the bathroom. I’m going to withdraw to the bathroom. It has nothing to do with […]

todayOctober 29, 2013 3

Founders Corner

What Did Virginia’s Founding Fathers Really Mean When They Ratified Constitution?

Mandeville, LA - In a post I wrote earlier this week we discussed the fact the not only were the Southern States correct in their assertion of the Constitution as a Compact but nearly the entire PLANET agreed with them-save for that violent, tyrannical mob in New England. My post made its way onto the pages of The Imaginative Conservative website. In the comments that resulted, it was asserted that […]

todayJanuary 11, 2013 2

Daily Clip

States Were Independent So They Could Join the Confederation in 1776

Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Audio and Transcript - If you people in Texas want to secede, you better know what those on your borders think about it. What does Louisiana think about it? What does Arkansas think about it? What does Oklahoma think about it? What does New Mexico think about it? What do the states around you think about it? There are serious things to consider here. I believe […]

todayNovember 14, 2012 21

Daily Clip

What Secede Means e.g.: The United States Should SECEDE From Afghanistan

Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Audio & Transcript - Today's vocabulary word of the day is: Secede. It's from the Latin word "secedere" and means to withdraw, which is what Obama and the United States should be doing in Afghanistan. But we're not allowed to used the word s-word anymore because Lincoln supposedly abolished it. But in the 1800's secede was actually a word that was used quite often: "I'm going […]

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