Dedicated to Flagging as a way to protect and defend Confederate heritage. We stand with our flags against the opposition in a peaceful, yet forceful manner, to educate and inform the general public, and protest against those who have attacked us.
Hand down their achievements
Does the propriety of discussing the causes of the War Between the States belong exclusively to Northern writers and speakers? Did the South, when she laid down her arms, surrender the right to state in self-justification her reasons for taking them up? If not, I fail to see how it can be improper, when perpetuating the memory of the Confederate dead, at least to attempt to correct false and injurious representations of their aims and deeds and to hand down their achievements to posterity as worthy of honorable remembrance. (The Men in Gray, pp. 11-12)