Dixie Grays, Ladoga, IN

This page is dedicated to exposing organizations which have chosen to take the "Politically Correct" route and sweep our constitutional rights under the rug. Its as if our ancestors never existed. The time is at hand to Champion our Principals. Simply contacting the offices listed will help immensely. What reaction do you believe would take place if all thirty thousand SCV's mailed a letter to each of these groups? Hmmm.... Talk about some hair pulling! The Southern States Governors offices would be a good place to start. They will tell you its not their  problem but after 30.000 letters and phone calls, the proper people will hear. Follow this link for contact info:

Southern States Governors

Letter Campaign

We are now approaching our 5th month in our Southern States Letter writing Campaign.  We have expressed our concerns of the handling of the Heritage of our Confederate Ancestors and the degradation of our CSA Historical Monuments while law enforcement stood and watched. We have asked for a fair shake and explained that we are entitled to the same constitutional rights as the special interest groups who would see our history forever dissolved.

Hopefully, at the very least, they now know that we will stand up for our rights. We must continue to pressure those who try and oppress our constitutional rights and never let them think we will just disappear. We are here to stay and will be to the end. We will not have our Ancestors' memories and their monuments desecrated further.

The next letter goes to Mississippi on the 15th of March.

Please Participate.


Phil Bryant
P.O. Box 139,
Jackson, MS 39205

The new Sons of Confederate   Veterans license plates

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - Virginia has shipped out 1,600 Sons of Confederate Veterans license plates, minus an image of a Confederate flag that Gov. Terry McAuliffe deemed divisive.

A spokeswoman for the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles said Wednesday the freshly minted plates are similar to the old ones. They still feature three Confederate military leaders astride horses above the name of the Southern heritage group.

McAuliffe set the change in motion in June after a young white man was accused of killing nine African-Americans in a Charleston, South Carolina, church. Later, images appeared of the man posing with the Confederate flag.

DMV spokeswoman Brandy Brubaker said the new Sons of Confederate Veterans plates should be in place by Oct. 3. The next day, the old plates are no longer valid.


Governor Terry McAuliffe
Common Ground for Virginia
 P.O. Box 1475
 Richmond, VA 23218



Press Release From Louisiana Division Commander

The situation in New Orleans, concerning the Confederate monuments, has reached a level of hatred and divisiveness previously unknown in our state. The mayor of New Orleans with a knee-jerk reaction to the terrible shootings in Charleston has decreed that any monuments related to the Confederate States be removed since he did not want that period of history represented in his city. These monuments were paid for with private funds well over 100 years ago and have been attractions for tourism and historians since.

The Sons of Confederate Veterans, Louisiana Division, strongly oppose tampering with history in the interest of pleasing a small but vocal minority. We believe that what  Mayor Landrieu advocates is the same thing that ISIS and the Taliban have been doing in Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan by destroying and removing any monument or relic that they don’t personally agree with.

Please join with the Sons of Confederate Veterans in condemning these expensive, divisive, and politically correct actions by Mayor Mitch Landrieu of the City of New Orleans. All truthful history should be seen and the changing political landscape should have no bearing on this.

Thank you,

Thomas E. Taylor
 Louisiana Division Commander
 Sons of Confederate Veterans

Contact Mayor Landriel and DEMAND that he stop discriminating!

Mayor’s Office
1300 Perdido St
2nd Floor
New Orleans, LA 70112
(504) 658-4900

NAACP Intervenes at Kettering, Ohio School District

KETTERING, Ohio -- Confederate flags will no longer be allowed on vehicles at a southwestern Ohio high school where school officials say some students have been flying them.

The Dayton Daily News reports the new policy resulted Monday from an agreement between the Kettering City Schools superintendent and the president of the NAACP's Dayton branch. The superintendent says five vehicles flew the flag at Kettering Fairmont High School in recent weeks.

A compromise last month allowed students to fly the flag or wear it on clothing before or after school hours. But a student's parent filed a complaint with the NAACP.

The flag's appropriateness has been debated nationally since nine people were fatally shot at a black church in Charleston, South Carolina. The suspect was seen posing with the flag.

Kettering Fairmont High School

3301 Shroyer Road

Kettering, Ohio 45429

(937) 499-1458

e-mail Kari Basson, coordinator of Community Relations

!!!Order Rescinded!!!

Hooray For Dixie!

Thank You Shriners

On 10th day of August, 2015 Jerry G. Gantt, Imperial Potentate of Shriners
International issued Special Order #4 prohibiting any Shriner (in an
official capacity) to display a Confederate flag in public or in private,
AND prohibits any Shriner (in official capacity) to participate in ANY event
where a Confederate flag is displayed.

This Special Order was a slap in the face to the 70,000,000 descendants of
Confederate Veterans (also now considered by Federal law to be US Veterans)
whose forbearers loved, served and were protected by the Southern Cross.

Contact the Shriners Headquarters and let them know we appreciate their respect and recognition of our Heritage.

Shriners International Headquarters
2900 Rocky Point Dr.
Tampa, FL 33607

Loud & Proud

In 2015, as a result of the June 17 church shooting in

Charleston, South Carolina, some Tennessee lawmakers

advocated removing a bust of Forrest located in the

State’s Capitol building. On July 7, the Memphis City
Council voted unanimously to dig up the remains of Confederate
General Nathan Bedford Forrest and his wife.
The council also voted to remove a statue placed in Forrest’s
honor. The move came after Mayor A.C. Wharton
called for the bodies to be relocated to their original burial
site in nearby Elmwood Cemetery.

Mayor A C WhartonJr.

City Hall 125 N. Main St. Room 700

Memphis, Tn 38103

(901) 636-6000


Officials from NASCAR were dissatisfied with this scene so they sent out headhunters to "FORCE" Owners to remove their Confederate Flags at the Homecoming in DARLINGTON, S.C.

Tell them to stop discriminating: