James W. King

James W. King is Commander of the Albany Georgia USA Camp of the Sons of the Confederate Veterans organization and assists the Americus Georgia camp in promoting the Wirz memorial service.

Most Recent Articles by James W. King:

American Independence Won In The South

Jul 4, 2018 — James W. King

American Independence Won In The South
In snow ‘shoe-mouth deep’ they came that 27th day of September 1780, a long column of mounted riflemen full of wrath and anger. The long slender rifles of the frontier (aka Flintlock American Long Rifle, Pennsylvania Rifle, Kentucky Rifle) were balanced across their saddles and knives strapped on their belts. They were “Over Mountain Men” from western North Carolina in the area that would later become northeast Tennessee in 1796. Several years earlier they had formed little settlements along the Watauga, Holston, and Nolichunky rivers on the western side of the Appalachian mountains.

Corrupt Reconstruction Caused Southern Racial Division

Feb 23, 2016 — James W. King

The late great radio commentator Paul Harvey Aurandt, known on radio as Paul Harvey, had for many years a very popular segment called “The Rest Of The Story”. Most people are aware that there are at least two sides to any story and most are aware that the winner or victor of a war writes the history.

Confederates Lee and Jackson fought for Freedom

Jan 22, 2016 — James W. King

There was a land of cavaliers and cotton fields called the Old South. Here in this world gallantry took its last bow. That civilization is now Gone With The Wind, and was portrayed in the epic 1939 movie bearing that title.

Principles and values represented by the Confederate flag

Apr 2, 2015 — James W. King

In the Southern states of the U.S.A. Georgia and several other states that were a part of the Confederate States of America 1861-1865 celebrate April as Confederate History and Heritage Month. The South and the Confederate States of America have been harshly discriminated against and positive historical facts and figures have intentionally been suppressed. Dishonest Northern historians have unfairly caused Southern and Confederate history and its heroes, monuments, memorials, and flags to be regulated to a role of less importance than deserved in American history and to be viewed in a negative perspective by much of the American public.

General Robert E. Lee should be a Role Model for American youth

Jan 18, 2015 — James W. King

U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower believed that Confederate General Robert E. Lee should be a Role Model for American youth and they should emulate his qualities.

Gun control schemes will not stop school shootings or prevent crime

Nov 11, 2014 — James W. King

Gun control schemes by liberal Socialist Democrats in America will not stop school shootings or prevent crime. The most effective way to prevent school shootings is to have armed guards at every school in America. This is why there were seven armed guards at the school Obama’s daughters attended. And theaters, malls, and all public gathering places need armed guards.

Wirz Memorial Service Andersonville, Georgia

Oct 29, 2014 — James W. King

The Americus camp of the Sons of Confederate Veterans (SCV) organization will host an annual Memorial Service for Civil War Andersonville Prison Commandant Capt. Henry Wirz on Sunday Nov. 9. The musical group, “A Joyful Noise,” from Leesburg, will play and sing Southern Confederate songs and Gospel Hymns from 2 to 3PM followed by a formal memorial service. The public is invited to join SCV and pay tribute to a Southern hero and martyr.

Armed guards in schools

Jan 3, 2013 — James W. King

The recent school shooting in Connecticut was a national tragedy. As the father of 7 children, I can comprehend the extreme pain and suffering that the families are enduring as a result of this senseless murder of children by a mentally disturbed young man. I am also an endowment member of the National Rifle Association (NRA).