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    Will the NCAA Cave...

    ...to the NAACP?

    http://www.jacksonfreepress.com/news...tourney-ole-m/


    Probably. Which means there probably won't be any baseball regionals or super regionals in the Magnolia State.
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    Re: Will the NCAA Cave...

    So I'm assuming that if an event is held in a state where a flag is used which presided over insitutional racism and genocide, it will be canceled?

    So there will be no more athletic events at all? In any state?

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    Re: Will the NCAA Cave...

    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Dawg View Post
    So I'm assuming that if an event is held in a state where a flag is used which presided over insitutional racism and genocide, it will be canceled?

    So there will be no more athletic events at all? In any state?
    I think it's only offensive in states like Mississippi and South Carolina. That flag is very disturbing to them. Mitch Landrieu should be worth enough for us to trump the race card here in Louisiana.
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    Re: Will the NCAA Cave...

    On June 14, 1777, the Second Continental Congress passed the Flag Resolution which stated: "Resolved, That the flag of the thirteen United States be thirteen stripes, alternate red and white; that the union be thirteen stars, white in a blue field, representing a new constellation."

    Beginning during the revolution and in the first two decades of the postwar era, every state in the North abolished slavery, ending with New Jersey in 1804. Most northern states passed legislation for gradual abolition, first freeing children born to slave mothers (and requiring them to serve lengthy indentures to their mother's masters, often into their 20s as young adults). As a result of this gradualist approach, New York did not fully free its last ex-slaves until 1827, Rhode Island had seven slaves still listed in the 1840 census. Pennsylvania's last ex-slaves were freed in 1847, Connecticut's in 1848, and New Hampshire and New Jersey in 1865.

    The legal status as recognized by the federal government changed on January 1, 1863.

    Variations of the American flag presided over institutional slavery and genocide for 86 years. But it's cool. We won't count that.
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    Re: Will the NCAA Cave...

    You forgot good ole Delaware. When the Civil War ended there were still 1,700+ slaves in Delaware. A few months later Delaware voted against ratifying the 13th Amendment, and then also voted against the 14th and 15th Amendments. The state bought the remaining slaves from their owners and then set them free. The last slaves to be officially freed were in New Jersey, and it wasn't until the 13th Amendment was ratified on December 6, 1865.

    Why do Delaware and NJ get a pass in the history books? Probably because they remained in the Union. It would confuse the mind-numb masses of libtards to impune those states for their role in slavery. It's far easier to cast just 11 Southern states as the bad guys, the ones who flew the "Confederate" flag, and tie it up in a neat bundle.

    On a side note slavery remained legal, and practiced, in Brazil until 1885. And then, finally bowing to international pressure (and economic sanctions) Brazil officially abolished slavery. Some historians believe the USA would have followed a similar path in history, abolishing slavery close to 20 years later, if not for the War of Northern Aggression.

    Of course, I don't know what the big deal is. Amnesty International estimates there are 1 million people being held in bondage today, in EXACTLY the same manner as the South practiced slavery. Some of it, a lot of it, is Arabs raiding into central Africa (Chad, for one) and kidnapping blacks to be sold into slavery. Libya remains an important center for this present-day slave trade. My point is, why get your panties in a wad over a flag, or statues in New Orleans, and yet remain silent on actual slavery happening today!

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    How about Maryland? Maryland never seceded either but that was only prevented by the Feds occupying the statehouse. If Maryland had seceded then they would have had to move the capital from Washington because it would have been cut off. As it were, the Fed troops had to march through the streets of Baltimore because the B&O rail road didn't connect to any RR going south to DC and Va. It was touch and go during these "transfers".

    As we know the only slaves freed by the Emancipation Proclamation were those who the Feds had no authority over. I'm not even sure the slaves in New Orleans were freed because it was already occupied and not truly in rebellion.

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    Re: Will the NCAA Cave...

    The NCAA site-hosting moratorium against South Carolina never extended to host sites earned based on season performance. It was only for pre-determined host sites.

    So going by that precedent this latest grandstanding move will be ignored for baseball and softball.

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    Mitch Landrieu is removing all of the confederate statues as we speak in New Orleans. Its been going on every night this week. His black mistress was also just exposed this week and his wife kicked him out of the house. Good ole New Orleans
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooster View Post
    His black mistress was also just exposed this week and his wife kicked him out of the house. Good ole New Orleans
    you serious Clark?

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    Re: Will the NCAA Cave...

    Quote Originally Posted by Rooster View Post
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    Re: Will the NCAA Cave...

    Quote Originally Posted by Rooster View Post
    Mitch Landrieu is removing all of the confederate statues as we speak in New Orleans. Its been going on every night this week. His black mistress was also just exposed this week and his wife kicked him out of the house. Good ole New Orleans
    .....so I wonder if he and the New Orleans City Council will re-name "Jackson Square" and some of the other areas named after confederate soldiers? I mean, New Orleans is LOADED with streets and venues named after confederate soldiers. Jefferson Davis Parkway, Jefferson Parish, etc....


    http://www.nola.com/politics/index.ssf/2015/07/confederate_monuments_map.html


    Just my opinion, but I think New Orleans runs the risk of becoming "just another city" if they make too many changes and remove too many of the things that make it unique. It's a southern city, and people expect to see allegiances to its strong and colorful southern heritage. Sure, New Orleans still has the French quarter, but a lot of southern cities have areas of their town marked off for drinking and partying. Miami has South Beach. Nashville has Broadway Street. Memphis has Beale Street. Etc...That feature is just not as unique anymore as it once was.

    New Orleans seems to be hell bent on making itself another Jacksonville, FL or Little Rock, AR. Just another small city with little to differentiate itself from other cities.
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