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Re: “The New Yorker visits Piggie Park in its feature 'America's Most Political Food'

The American Flag Is the Real Slave Flag

Item# ISBN: 978-0-8059-9990-7
$11.00

by Stanley K. Lott

In The American Flag Is the Real Slave Flag, independent writer and researcher Stanley K. Lott proves that slavery was well protected by the U.S. Constitution, the federal government, the Supreme Court, American Flag, and International Law. He concludes that the Civil War was not a war to abolish slavery, but a conflict over high taxes and states rights. He does not seek to defame or embarrass the American government, but to tell the truth about American slavery.

While this book may shock some, the author advises everyone to control their feelings and obey the laws of the United States faithfully.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Stanley K. Lott, a black American from the South, has spent five years reading about the Civil War and slavery. This book is the result of that research. Mr. Lott invites the reader to check his references. CTM *Note He was a Bible Believing Christian- Check Stanley K Lott and his books! Stanley was a black man, who worked for Mr. Bessinger. Black Thugs ran Stan off the roads twice in an attempt to hurt or kill him because of what he had to say about his boss and our country. After that he wrote his books about the true racism in this country.

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Posted by Carl Tommy Miller on April 18, 2017 at 12:49 PM

Re: “The New Yorker visits Piggie Park in its feature 'America's Most Political Food'

Was he a "Separatist" or a "Supremacist" There is a difference!

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Posted by Carl Tommy Miller on April 18, 2017 at 12:18 PM

Re: “Can Burke High School unite Charleston?

This is a fascinating, if not tragic, account of the decline of Burke High School! As a proud Burke alum, Class of 68, a former member of the famed band, and also coached by Modie Risher, this account is truly heartbreaking to say the least! Having grown up in the shadows of BHS, although I no longer reside in Charleston, I frequently return to my old neighborhood where I have witnessed firsthand the changes so eloquently detailed in this article. I am shocked to learn that the enrollment at BHS is now less than 400 students! There were 241 students in my graduating class. Suffice it to say, Charleston has certainly changed since I left in 1968 and we can debate whether the many changes have been for the better...but that's a conversation for another day!

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Posted by Gerald Hamilton on April 18, 2017 at 11:18 AM

Re: “Weekend Roundup: Hop to it

Found it. Wasn't listed on front page.

Posted by Angela Judy Lmt on April 18, 2017 at 9:53 AM

Re: “Freeloaders: Spring fling

When does this week's freeloaders come out? It's Tuesday already. Mew staff has been slack on rolling this out over the past year.

Posted by Angela Judy Lmt on April 18, 2017 at 9:50 AM

Re: “The New Yorker visits Piggie Park in its feature 'America's Most Political Food'

The stories you have reported on are all somewhat interesting but that's all.
The people could be a little better informed & have a better understanding of what I would call "interesting reading". And being better informed brings me to this God -given right:
I fly "MY" confederate flag every day along with the other flags that made America great & what it is & no person of "color"(for lack of a more descriptive term) is going to rip it out of my "HANDS".

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Posted by dun'kin Duncan on April 18, 2017 at 8:10 AM

Re: “Crab Claw gets mullet envy in new "Scoot, Scoot" video... Southern Charm appearance coming?

This guy is something else. True gift to the world

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Posted by Johnny Delaware on April 18, 2017 at 1:02 AM
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