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The Georgia Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans files Lawsuit Against the City of Cuthbert and the City Council Members individually for violation of Official Code of Georgia Annotated § 50-3-1.

January 20th, 2021|Featured Story, GA Division News|

Press Release: On December 14, 2020, the City Council Members of Cuthbert, Ga. voted to violate Georgia Law (Official Code of Georgia Annotated § 50-3-1) by voting removing the Confederate Veterans Monument located in the town square. The Monument was erected 1896 by the Randolph County Chapter of the United Confederate Veterans and the Ladies Memorial Association of Randolph County. Apparently pandering to the "cancel culture" mob was more important than obeying Georgia law. So, the City of Cuthbert Council Members will be in court and spending taxpayers' money to defend their illegal action. On January 19, 2021, The Georgia [...]

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO THE CONFEDERATION

January 12th, 2021|Featured Story, GA Division News, Uncategorized|

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO THE CONFEDERATION Compatriots, Happy New Year to all of ya’ll! 2020 has been a trying year with the pandemic, attacks upon our history by the “Cancel Culture”, and our nation’s economic woes. But, as the New Year approaches, we have a lot to look forward to with the 125th Anniversary year of our organization’s creation, 160th Observances of the War for Southern Independence, the possible end soon of this pandemic, and future Spring Campaigns to preserve our heritage as we “Move Forward”. We have much to be thankful for and to look forward to as this [...]

City of Athens and Columbus Mayors and Commissioners are added as individual defendants to the Sons of Confederate Veterans Lawsuits for violation of Official Code of Georgia Annotated § 50-3-1.

January 12th, 2021|Featured Story, GA Division News|

City of Athens and Columbus Mayors and Commissioners are added as individual defendants to the Sons of Confederate Veterans Lawsuits for violation of Official Code of Georgia Annotated § 50-3-1. Press Release: On December 22, 2020, The Georgia Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans filed amendments to their lawsuit against the consolidated governments of Athens/Clarke County and Columbus/Muscogee County, Georgia to adding the mayors and city commissioners as individual defendants. The mayors and commissioners voted to remove the Confederate Veterans Monuments and did so knowingly in violation of Official Code of Georgia Annotated Section 50-3-1. Apparently pandering to the “cancel culture” [...]

General James Longstreet Memorial Service

January 12th, 2021|Featured Story, GA Division News|

General James Longstreet Memorial Service Sunday- January 10, 2021   The Longstreet Memorial will be tomorrow, January 10, in Gainesville at Alta Vista Cemetery at General Longstreet's gravesite. Camp 1860 will be hosting it. The official address is 521 Jones Street Gainesville, GA. The best way to access General Longstreet's grave is to enter the cemetery via Jesse Jewell Parkway through the back entrance. The back entrance is at Jesse Jewell Parkway and NE 3rd Street.   The Longstreet Society of Gainesville will have a ceremony at 1:00 PM and ours will begin at 2:00 PM. Our camp has been [...]

Monument protective coating products and Monument cleaning product.

December 14th, 2020|Featured Story, GA Division News|

                                          December 12, 2020 Gentlemen, William Hardee Camp in Paulding County recently had some vandalism on their Confederate Monument at the New Hope Battlefield. They purchased some Monument protective coating products and Monument cleaning product. They contest that it provides the best results than any product that they have used yet. It removes the penetrated stains that usually gets the pores of the natural stone. Also they purchases some protective coating product from the same company that make cleaning any graffiti much easier. Features & Benefits: Super penetrating action for maximum wet out of stubborn shadows and ghosts. Fast removals - [...]

SCV_Chat Program

December 9th, 2020|Featured Story, GA Division News|

Announcement #2 – December 8, 2020 SCV_Chat Program Compatriots,     For the past nineteen weeks, several young men of the SCV with my blessing have been experimenting with a new form of "alternative media''. This test has been led by Mississippi Division Commander George Conor Bond, Executive Director Adam Southern, Sam Watkins Brigade Commander Matt Singleton, Compatriot Harrison Daws, Lt. Commander-in-Chief Jason Boshers, and myself. If you have not heard of it, it is called SCV_Chat (the _ is intentional) and is broadcast live every Monday at 8 PM CST. The show lasts a little over an hour. The idea is [...]

The Georgia Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans files Lawsuit Against the City of Brunswick and the Mayor / City Commissioners individually for violation of Official Code of Georgia Annotated § 50-3-1.

December 3rd, 2020|Featured Story, GA Division News|

On November 18, 2020, the Mayor and three City Commissioners voted to violate Georgia Law (Official Code of Georgia Annotated § 50-3-1). With only one dissenting vote, The City Commission voted (only Commissioner Johnny Cason dissenting) to remove the Glynn County's Confederate Veterans' Monument from Hanover Park that was erected in 1902 by the Ladies Memorial Association of Brunswick. Mayor Cornell Harvey admitted earlier that the vote would be in violation of Georgia law saying: "I think we'll get dragged into a courtroom," he said. "It's going against state law." Apparently pandering to the "cancel culture" mob was more important [...]

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