Tuesday, August 22, 2017

White Supremacy !

"Our republican system was meant for a homogeneous people. As long as blacks continue to live with the whites they constitute a threat to the national life. Family life may also collapse and the increase of mixed breed bastards may some day challenge the supremacy of the white man."
Abraham Lincoln *

But it's the Confederate monuments that represent "White Supremacy" ?



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I don't post comments from Anonymous ! 

Saturday, August 19, 2017

In Lynchburg.

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Monument Guards were on patrol in Lynchburg, Va all day as the town was listed as a target for vandalism to Confederate memorials. Lynchburg police provided extra security at several locations. This photo was captured at the end of the day at the Jubal Early monument at Fort Early.

Late in the evening, one of the monument guards noticed this woman, who later identified as a black lives matter supporter, trembling and shaking with fear. He said he could tell she honestly feared them. He walked up to her, arms outstretched, said "we are not KKK" and she grabbed him and wouldn't let go. He explained that they were here to stop all of this and prevent another Charlottesville. He said "If I were KKK would I hold you like this and she said "NO".

They talked for some time and he said we have to work together to stop this mess. She wept and thanked him over and over for coming over to her and they parted ways with new understanding.

Stories like this one will never make the national media and don't fit the narrative that the politicians in Charlottesville, Richmond, Portsmouth, and other localities are using to push their liberal political and social monument removal agendas, but it serves as a reminder to all of us that God can use the most troubling times to shine light and truth, even in near darkness.

( From VA Flaggers )

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Nat Turner

Nat Turner was --

 An African American who led a rebellion of slaves and free blacks in Southampton County, Virginia on August 21, 1831. The rebels went from plantation to plantation, gathering horses and guns, freeing other slaves along the way, and recruiting other blacks who wanted to join their revolt
 The rebellion resulted in the deaths of 55 to 65 white people.

 In every house they entered, that blow fell on man, woman, and child,--nothing that had a white skin was spared. 

Nat Turner

Afterwards, Turner hid nearby successfully for six weeks until his discovery, conviction, and hanging at Jerusalem, Virginia, along with 16 of his followers. 


One of the Contextual signs that Leftist want to see --

So does this street sign in Newport News VA. honor a Murderer ?

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Heck why not have ----

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Wednesday, July 26, 2017


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"During the summer of 1862, there was some pretty fierce fighting near and around Richmond, Virginia. During a lull in one such battle, a Confederate artillerist rubbed the smoke out of his eyes and when his vision cleared, he saw a small puppy waddling out of the woods, making its way to the line of cannoneers of the Richmond Howitzer Battalion. The frightened little puppy was white, with black spots mixed in its short hair, and it ran right up to the surprised artillerist, who scooped him up and out of harm's way. The puppy was almost immediately named “Stonewall Jackson” in honor of the beloved commanding general. 

Stonewall grew and thrived in the camp with the men of the artillery. He became especially attached to the chief of the gun crew, Sergeant Van, who taught Stonewall the fine points of soldiering. Van taught the dog to stand at attention clenching a little pipe between its teeth. Then, just before roll call, Van took the pipe from the dog's mouth and inserted it between the toes of the dog's forepaw. During roll call, Stonewall dropped his paw to his side and stood straight and stiff at attention, eyes front, until the company was dismissed.

Stonewall, like his namesake, was very brave during battle, dashing about wildly, barking whenever there was a lull in the shooting. But the men worried about the little dog's safety during battle, and quite often when the artillery came under fire, someone would put him in an ammunition box out of danger. Stonewall was never wounded.

Like his namesake, as well, canine Stonewall's reputation for intelligence and bravery spread through the Army of Northern Virginia. He was much loved by the men of both the Richmond Howitzer Battalion and the Louisianans of Brigadier Gen. Harry Hays. When the Louisiana troops were sent to a different theatre of war, they apparently “invited” Stonewall to accompany them. The Richmond artillerists were never reunited with “their” dog, although there were numerous attempts to locate “Stonewall.” However, they were assured that he was in a safe place and survived the war."

(SOURCE = http://www.murfreesboropost.com/man-s-best-friend-went...)

Friday, July 21, 2017

A Win Win Situation !

I've made over one thousand.

( and regardless of the voices from the Phantom Zone, it's not illegal )

And I have sent them to many compatriots across the United States.

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So if you get one in your change one day, and you are Offended, ( I WIN )

Or if you get one in your change and are Happy, ( I WIN )


While I was making a batch I found an error penny, the copper coating is incomplete --

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I did a bit of digging and found this --

Zinc cents with copper plating have been minted since the middle of 1982. Sometimes the plating is partially or completely missing, resulting in cents with a silvery looking surface on part or all of the coin.

Completely unplated $100.
95% plated $50.
50% plated $20.
10% plated $10.

Every time it rains, it rains - pennies from Heaven !

Have a Dixie Day !


Wednesday, July 19, 2017


For all you Yankee Bloggers !

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For, Kevin / Brooks / Andy and their Peanut Galleries !

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Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Another Rebel in the Family !

*William and *John Tatum were not the only Rebels in my family ---
(*Members of First Company Richmond Howitzers 1861 / 1865 )

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 " The State of Virginia never hesitated to recognize me as a Lieutenant in the Continental line for the war, nor did anyone who ever knew of my services and all."
Henry Tatum.

Henry Tatum was also, he was my G G G G Grand Father !

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Major Henry Tatum's Declaration

For the purpose of obtaining the benefits of an act entitled "An act for the relief of certain Surviving Officers and Soldiers of the Army of the revolution," approved on the 15th of May
1828, I Henry Tatum lately of Chesterfield County, now of Richmond City and County of Henrico in the State of Virginia, do hereby declare that I was a Lieutenant in the Continental line
of the Army of the Revolution, and served as such during the War. I further declare that in the year 1776 I marched under Captain Ralph Faulkner as a Cadet, and in the latter part of that year I
received an Ensign's Commission, was attached to the 5th Virginia Regiment Charles Scott commander, which was reduced and I then was attached to the 3rd Regiment and became a
supernumerary by lot. 
Given under my hand this 22nd day of July 1828
S/ Henry Tatum

I guess when it comes to casting off a Tyrannical Government

The apples didn't fall far from the tree.
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It seems Henry was having a problem getting his pension --
you can see the correspondence HERE !
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Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Yeah, Yea, Yeah ---


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Just a reminder, I "DO NOT" publish posts from anonymous !
Even if they are favorable !


Thursday, June 22, 2017

It won't stop ---

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                                                           "Think about this-

Its 1862. You are a wife, daughter, son, mother or father of a young Southern man who just grabbed the family musket and volunteered to offer his life in defense of your home. As weeks and months pass, you hear reports from around Richmond of the fighting that's taking place there. You pray every night and without end that God will protect your soldier. As Confederate Infantry Companies were organized by County, every family in your town or community is praying this same prayer.

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But alas, your soldier never returns. The day he left was the last time you saw him, heard his voice, felt his embrace, shook his hand or kissed his cheek. Now, he's gone never to return. He gave his life on the field of battle at Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, Chickamauga, New Hope Church or God knows where. You don't know the details, you just know he's gone and your life will never be the same as a result. There will always, until the end of your own days, be that void that cannot be filled. For the remainder of your life certain sounds, smells, scenery or other of life's occasions will remind you of him. The tears that come to your eyes when a thought of him crosses your mind may diminish, but they'll never completely go away. Into your old age that last vision of him walking away from your home, rifle in hand, will haunt you.

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This scene played itself out countless thousands of times across our land in the years between 1861 and 1865. Untold numbers of family members suffered this harsh reality as a result of that unnecessary war. They lost everything with the loss of just one loved one. Many families had several of these boys who never returned home. The people who suffered these losses were your family. They were your Grandparents, Aunts and Uncles.

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The monuments erected across the South were in honor of these lost loved ones. They were placed in honor of young boys who fought bravely to defend the exact same principles their forefathers fought for in the war of Independence from Britain. But, they were also constructed to bring a sense of purpose to those left behind. To ease their loss, and to have some amount of pride in what they'd sacrificed. Think of these people, and put yourself in their place, as you witness the disgusting situation that took place in New Orleans now Orlando and more attacks are still coming.

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                                           They said it would stop at the Flag -----

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                    -but the truth is it will stop when our Confederate Ancestors are erased."

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( Post Text Credit DIXIE DIGGER)
*click here*


Friday, June 2, 2017

For our Korean Veterans ---

It took a few tries to get it right !

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I've been making coins for years, to be left at the graves of Veterans.

I made one that I'm going to place at my Dad's resting place.

If you would like one contact me at Davtatum@aol.com.

Staying Positive !


( The coins are Not metal but are made out of oven baked clay )


Today I left a coin for the most important Veteran I Know !

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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Remembering more Veterans ---

Remembrance coins for our--

Spanish American War Veterans !

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My thanks to Donald Caul for all he does !

Absurdity in a nut shell !

I'm at a loss for words ---

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To hear the most absurd comment you've ever heard go to the 1:15 minute mark in this interview --

Click HERE

"Another form of freedom of speech ?"


I guess it would be OK to spray paint "JERK" on his Jeep ?

This is the mindset we are faced with !

Sunday, May 21, 2017

Some things ---

Some things I have no control over ---

The Monument situation in New Orleans is one --

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It's a sad and unbefitting ending for the statue of a Great Man.

But there are things I can control -

Honoring our Confederate Veterans, one man at a time --

I'm experimenting with making small plaques --

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Today I stopped by and said "Thank You" to Mr Lassiter --

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I left him a plaque.


Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Thanking All --

While placing Remember coins for Confederate Veterans,

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I've noticed a number of Graves of Spanish American War Veterans.
I placed this coin on 5/17/2017

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I figured that All of our Veterans deserve a Thank You, so I've started a new project !

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Thank You / Remembrance Coins for Spanish American War Vets.

Using a medallion provided by Donald Caul / who was instrumental with the start of the project,

I'm working on the coins --

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As time goes on I'm planning on coins for WWI / WWII and other wars.

We've been in many conflicts over the years, once I get done with my present project, I'm gonna try a coin for Korean Vets. My Dad was in WWII and Korea.

Staying positive !


Saturday, May 13, 2017

Thank you Sarah !

A few more Thank You / Remembrance coins have been placed --

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Thanks to Sarah and the V V O C.

I've sent a special coin to Illinois for a Confederate Veteran !
I hope to have pictures soon !