• BILL INTRODUCED TO ERASE CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL DAY

    BILL INTRODUCED TO ERASE CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL DAY

    Above, Georgia state senator Vincent Fort, author of the bill to erase Confederate holidays, is shown being previously arrested for participating in a protest of Occupy Atlanta in an effort to impede the 2nd Amendment. The Georgia Taliban isn’t wasting anytime in this 2016 legislative session. Taliban leader and State Senator Vincent Fort of Atlanta has filed this week State Senate Bill 294 in the Georgia State Legislature.  The below summary of the State Senate bill 294 says it all: […]

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  • Liberals Introduce Bill to Change Stone Mountain Park

    Liberals Introduce Bill to Change Stone Mountain Park

    The 2016 Georgia Legislative Session opened on January 11, 2016 and already Representative LeDawn Jones (D) of District 62 of DeKalb County has entered House Bill 760 to change the purpose of Stone Mountain and gives unlimited power to state bureaucrats to make “appropriate changes” to Georgia’s Monuments. House Bill 760 makes the following changes: Eliminates Stone Mountain Memorial Park as a memorial to the Confederacy. Gives the state, its agencies, departments, authorities, or instrumentalities overseeing such monuments or memorials […]

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  • ANNUAL ROBERT E LEE CELEBRATION

    ANNUAL ROBERT E LEE CELEBRATION

    (ATLANTA – January 14, 2016)    Robert E. Lee’s birthday is a state holiday observed here in Georgia.  In commemoration of Confederate General Robert E. Lee’s birthday, Georgia’s annual “Robert E. Lee Celebration” this year is scheduled for this Saturday, January 16, only three days before the actual day of Lee’s birth, January 19.   The special ceremony will take place in Milledgeville at the Old Capitol Building which served as the state’s capitol during the War for Southern Independence. Robert E. […]

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  • SCV RESPONDS TO ATTEMPT TO PLACE MLK STATUE ON STONE MOUNTAIN

    SCV RESPONDS TO ATTEMPT TO PLACE MLK STATUE ON STONE MOUNTAIN

    (ATLANTA – October 12, 2015)    The Georgia Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans responded today to the proposal by the Stone Mountain Memorial Association to erect a monument to MLK, former black civil rights activist.  This decision by the Stone Mountain Memorial Association is wholly inappropriate in that it is an intentional act of disrespect toward the stated purpose of the Stone Mountain memorial from its inception as well as a possible violation of the law which established the […]

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  • SCV RESPONSE TO GOVERNOR DEAL’S REMOVAL OF CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL DAY FROM THE STATE CALENDAR

    SCV RESPONSE TO GOVERNOR DEAL’S REMOVAL OF CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL DAY FROM THE STATE CALENDAR

    (ATLANTA – August 7, 2015)  “Sensitivity” has become the camouflage for censorship in modern America. Current Governor Nathan Deal has moved to strip the reasons for two of Georgia’s most significant holidays without explanation. But the reason can certainly be inferred: it is the mistaken belief that as an expression of sympathy, Georgia’s history must be scrubbed in response to a criminal act in another state.      The Governor’s act is wrong on every level. In April, 1861 Abraham Lincoln mobilized […]

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  • CBS ATLANTA FACING LAWSUIT BY SONS OF CONFEDERATE VETERANS

    CBS ATLANTA FACING LAWSUIT BY SONS OF CONFEDERATE VETERANS

    (ATLANTA – August 3, 2015)   On Sunday, CBS 46 in Atlanta featured a story on their television newscast, on their website, and on their Facebook and social media pages about a supposed resurgence of the KKK in Paulding County.  Prominently featured with the story, however, was the legally registered logo of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, an organization which is in no way affiliated with the Klan.  The Sons of Confederate Veterans was founded in 1896 by actual sons of […]

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  • BILL INTRODUCED TO ERASE CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL DAY

    BILL INTRODUCED TO ERASE CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL DAY

    Above, Georgia state senator Vincent Fort, author of the bill to erase Confederate holidays, is shown being previously arrested for participating in a protest of Occupy Atlanta in an effort to impede the 2nd Amendment. The Georgia Taliban isn’t wasting anytime in this 2016 legislative session. Taliban leader and State Senator Vincent Fort of Atlanta has filed this week State Senate Bill 294 in the Georgia State Legislature.  The below summary of the State Senate bill 294 says it all: […]

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  • Stop the Attack on Stone Mountain Park Now!

    Stop the Attack on Stone Mountain Park Now!

    The 2016 Georgia Legislative Session opened on January 11, 2016 and already Representative LeDawn Jones (D) of District 62 of DeKalb County has entered House Bill 760 to change the purpose of Stone Mountain and gives unlimited power to state bureaucrats to make “appropriate changes” to Georgia’s Monuments. If you oppose this attack on our Confederate Memorial at Stone Mountain, here are specific things you can do right now.  Remember, the enemies of our Southern Heritage are serious about making […]

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  • Liberals Introduce Bill to Change Stone Mountain Park

    Liberals Introduce Bill to Change Stone Mountain Park

    The 2016 Georgia Legislative Session opened on January 11, 2016 and already Representative LeDawn Jones (D) of District 62 of DeKalb County has entered House Bill 760 to change the purpose of Stone Mountain and gives unlimited power to state bureaucrats to make “appropriate changes” to Georgia’s Monuments. House Bill 760 makes the following changes: Eliminates Stone Mountain Memorial Park as a memorial to the Confederacy. Gives the state, its agencies, departments, authorities, or instrumentalities overseeing such monuments or memorials […]

    Continue reading »

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  • ANNUAL ROBERT E LEE CELEBRATION

    ANNUAL ROBERT E LEE CELEBRATION

    (ATLANTA – January 14, 2016)    Robert E. Lee’s birthday is a state holiday observed here in Georgia.  In commemoration of Confederate General Robert E. Lee’s birthday, Georgia’s annual “Robert E. Lee Celebration” this year is scheduled for this Saturday, January 16, only three days before the actual day of Lee’s birth, January 19.   The special ceremony will take place in Milledgeville at the Old Capitol Building which served as the state’s capitol during the War for Southern Independence. Robert E. […]

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  • SCV RESPONDS TO ATTEMPT TO PLACE MLK STATUE ON STONE MOUNTAIN

    SCV RESPONDS TO ATTEMPT TO PLACE MLK STATUE ON STONE MOUNTAIN

    (ATLANTA – October 12, 2015)    The Georgia Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans responded today to the proposal by the Stone Mountain Memorial Association to erect a monument to MLK, former black civil rights activist.  This decision by the Stone Mountain Memorial Association is wholly inappropriate in that it is an intentional act of disrespect toward the stated purpose of the Stone Mountain memorial from its inception as well as a possible violation of the law which established the […]

    Continue reading »

  • SCV RESPONSE TO GOVERNOR DEAL’S REMOVAL OF CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL DAY FROM THE STATE CALENDAR

    SCV RESPONSE TO GOVERNOR DEAL’S REMOVAL OF CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL DAY FROM THE STATE CALENDAR

    (ATLANTA – August 7, 2015)  “Sensitivity” has become the camouflage for censorship in modern America. Current Governor Nathan Deal has moved to strip the reasons for two of Georgia’s most significant holidays without explanation. But the reason can certainly be inferred: it is the mistaken belief that as an expression of sympathy, Georgia’s history must be scrubbed in response to a criminal act in another state.      The Governor’s act is wrong on every level. In April, 1861 Abraham Lincoln mobilized […]

    Continue reading »

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  • CBS ATLANTA FACING LAWSUIT BY SONS OF CONFEDERATE VETERANS

    CBS ATLANTA FACING LAWSUIT BY SONS OF CONFEDERATE VETERANS

    (ATLANTA – August 3, 2015)   On Sunday, CBS 46 in Atlanta featured a story on their television newscast, on their website, and on their Facebook and social media pages about a supposed resurgence of the KKK in Paulding County.  Prominently featured with the story, however, was the legally registered logo of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, an organization which is in no way affiliated with the Klan.  The Sons of Confederate Veterans was founded in 1896 by actual sons of […]

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  • ANOTHER CONFEDERATE MONUMENT RESTORED

    ANOTHER CONFEDERATE MONUMENT RESTORED

    (BARNESVILLE, GA – February 26, 2015)  As a continuation of the ongoing monument restoration work of the Sons of Confederate Veterans during this final year of the Sesquicentennial commemoration of the War, the Georgia Division, in conjunction with its local camp in Thomaston, has completed the cleaning and restoration of the only Confederate monument in Lamar County.  The monument is located in the Confederate Section of Greenwood Cemetery in Barnesville, Georgia, which was formerly part of Pike County until Lamar […]

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  • 2015 Georgia Division Reunion

    2015 Georgia Division Reunion

      118th GEORGIA DIVISION CONVENTION/REUNION JUNE 12th & 13th, 2015 The Reunion will be held at Nash Farm Battlefield 100 Babbs Mill Rd. Hampton, Georgia 30228 Host Camp:  Col. Charles T. Zachry #108 See Registration form HERE.  

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  • CONFEDERATE MONUMENT FINDS HOME AFTER 104 YEARS

    CONFEDERATE MONUMENT FINDS HOME AFTER 104 YEARS

    (MACON – Jan 2, 2015)   It was 1911 when a monument was to be placed in Twiggs County; a place of prominence had been decided upon – the grounds of the County Court House. As the story goes, there was a disagreement about placing it on the courthouse grounds. When the monument arrived by rail, in Jeffersonville, according to some of the local residents it did not belong on the grounds of the courthouse. After much refusal to place it […]

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