In other news, the US Supreme Court has finally resolved this lingering issue:
“The Supreme Court on Thursday upheld Texas’ refusal to issue a license plate bearing the Confederate battle flag, rejecting a free-speech challenge.
The court said in a 5-4 ruling that Texas can limit the content of license plates because they are state property and not the equivalent of bumper stickers.
The Sons of Confederate Veterans had sought a Texas plate bearing its logo with the battle flag. A state board rejected it over concerns that the license plate would offend many Texans. ….”
I first wrote about this case years ago when this blog started documenting The War Against The South.
Note: Four years later, 33 percent of Americans have confidence in the Supreme Court, and the League of the South has been completely vindicated in its long held position that reforming the system is impossible.
While illustrative of our plight in the South, this fight over license plates in Texas is small potatoes compared to the far more devastating blow that the Supreme Court is about to inflict on the institution of marriage. It’s long past time to quit wasting our time and energy on meaningless elections that go nowhere and focus our attention on organizing our own communities for secession.