Why Did The Great Compromise Take So Long?

WHY DID THE GREAT COMPROMISE LAST SO LONG?

 

“If you are younger than a Boomer, you have spent much of your life under only one pillar of the Great Compromise. Although we lost home rule in 1965, we were able to keep our identity. The reasoning for this was largely two-fold, the destruction of Southern identity was always going to be more difficult than ending home rule. The fact that they needed us to fight their wars further protected the second pillar of the Great Compromise. But now, those days are over, they really don’t think they need the Southern janissaries anymore.

Thankfully, they appear to have gotten their wish. Southerners no longer have a desire to fight for a nation that hates them. The Empire is about to learn the hard way, in a war with China or Russia, why Dixie is the backbone of the American military.

They are about to learn why they need us, and we are about to learn why we don’t need them.”

 

Lest We Forget

Lest We Forget

I also recommend this Potent (and Bitter) Dose of Truth over at Identity Dixie.

As a Veteran It’s time to dispense with all the Patriotic sentimentality.

This Federal Government is off the Rails and Out of Control.

Something Must be Done.

 

 

War Horse

War Horse

 

Great article on the history of the often forgotten War Horse.

Know Your History!

 

Because Now It’s Personal: Causes That Produce The Guerrilla

Because Now It’s Personal: Causes That Produce The Guerrilla

 

Most of the men who fought with William Quantrill didn’t own slaves. They were just Missouri farm boys who wanted to be left alone, raise families and run farms of their own. What caused them to turn into the so called “bloodthirsty savages” they later became? Join with the fictional Lydia Warner Rowe as she determines to answer that very same question two years after the end of the War Between the States.

(From the journal of Lydia Warner Rowe)

 

 

REBEL YELL: ‘Confederados’, The South Shall Rise Again….In Brazil

Know Your History!

Vermont Folk Troth

Source – washingtonpost.com “…It’s one of history’s lesser-known episodes. After the Civil War, thousands of defeated Southerners came to Brazil to self-exile in a country that still practiced slavery. For decades, their descendants have thrown a massive party that now attracts thousands of people to the twin cities of Americana and Santa Bárbara d’Oeste to […]

REBEL YELL: ‘Confederados’, The South Shall Rise Again….In Brazil — RIELPOLITIK

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