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Detailed Account of Battle of Round Pond proves it was “Pay Back”

Guerrilla leader John Bolin proclaimed “That’s how I burn down houses” before shooting down one of the captured federal soldiers the paper proclaims that Bolin was “referring to the burning of his own house by Union troops”

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Blackberry Smoke: This week’s ‘Weekend Music Feature’

Mixing elements of gospel, bluegrass, arena rock, soul and more than a touch of outlaw country, Blackberry Smoke has earned a passionate fanbase that continues to grow as the band itself evolves. The band is as blue collar as the bandanas its members wear.

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Comedian Tim Wilson passes at 52

Tim Wilson, Southerner, Comedian, Musician , Husband and Father, you will be missed

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2013 Annual Report for the Opossum Creek Courier

Madison Square Garden can seat 20,000 people for a concert. This blog was viewed about 63,000 times in 2013. If it were a concert at Madison Square Garden, it would take about 3 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

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Communists in the Church

Communists in all areas of the world have long recognized the potential for spreading their lies and their agenda in churches and, through deception and propaganda, they often manage to manipulate those who should be their strongest opponents—Christians.

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No Need for Missouri Flag Change

It seems that Missouri’s current state flag has done a good job representing our state for the past 101 years by representing our state’s history, heritage and people and besides it’s a beautiful flag, as beautiful as the State of Missouri itself

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Marble Hill goes “Outlaw Crazy”

Roberson and his band are among a select few performing artist that sound even better at their live shows than on their recorded material. The musicianship and vocals were tight and spot on

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This Week in History: The Capture of Confederate Partisan John F. Bolin

The Civil War was a terrible time in our nation’s history and Missouri ranks third in the number of skirmishes and battles. In the foothills of the Ozarks it was especially brutal and the Charleston Courier accounts the capture and execution of Bolin by a vigilante mob.

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Barack Obama’s Fast and Furious Coalition of the Convicted

Obama’s Civilian Army and will be the anchor of a carefully engineered plan will keep ammunition out of the hands of law abiding citizens and grant criminals control of the voting booth. The victory of Obama’s Civilian Army will be complete, all without firing a shot.

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First American Slave Owner was Black

By 1830 there were 3,775 black families living in the South who owned black slaves. By 1860 there were about 3,000 slaves owned by black households in the city of New Orleans alone.

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Weekend Music Feature: Whiskey Myers ‘Virginia’

Whiskey Myers is already kind of a big deal in its home state of Texas. Early Morning Shakes should expand the band’s reputation considerably. – USA Today

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Tomorrow is the last day to comment on proposed Ozark Waterways changes

The proposed changes have been closely linked to the United Nations “Agenda 21″ plan in an attempt to exercise world control over Missouri’s waterways.

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Lincoln Days in Missouri? Seriously?

Originally posted on Missouri Tenth:
Hey Missouri, can you guess what time it is? It’s Lincoln Days! The perfect time in every year to break out that Abraham Lincoln top-hat, and institute Martial Law in Missouri! Hosted by the Missouri Association of Republicans, Lincoln Days is going to be held Feb. 22, 2014 at the…

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