Tag: Civil War

NAACP speaks out against flag burning stunt in Leesburg, VA

Leesburg, VA – Loudoun County NAACP President Phillip Thompson fears the flag burning stunt could incite violence reminiscent of the deadly Charlottesville rally last year. Leesburg, VA was occupied by Confederate General Robert E. Lee for a period during the American Civil War in 1862. 

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Civil War era flags to be replicated in Camp Curtin Vexillology Project

Click to Support this Publication Camp Curtin, Harrisburg, PA: The Union Rediscovered Serving as the largest Federal Civil War base, Camp Curtin housed and trained […]

Alt-Right Executive Speaks Following His Arrest at Charlottesville, VA Monument Protest

In a NOAB Radio facebook live broadcast, Evan McLaren called in and was interviewed by Host “Sarge” Robert Brandt, as well as guest co-Host Dave Martel.

Will Harrisburg, PA Host Museum of Confederate Monuments that are Removed from Southern Cities?

The proposed ‘Rise of Camp Curtin’ has sparked a controversial debate about the future relocation of confederate monuments. In response to the recent removal of […]

The Faces of American Patriotism

Interviews, Speakers, and Pictures from July 1, 2017 @ 154th Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

The Patriots Secure Gettysburg, and Restore American Spirit 

The author and publisher of the original report are credited for leveraging AntiFA to avoid rioting in Gettysburg

July 1st @ Gettysburg Battlefield: AntiFA vs. The Patriots

AntiFA plans militant activity against American patriots in Gettysburg on July 1st

AntiFA to Burn Flag and Desecrate Graves in Gettysburg

“ANTIFA” are planning on holding a rally at Gettysburg National Battlefield on July 1st, asks it’s members to “Bring and Burn Confederate Flags”.

The group urges their followers to “find their local Confederate graves to desecrate.”