Thomas Jackson: A “Stonewall” (Born January 21, 1824)

“…the General is a great man for praying night and morning; all times; but when I see him get up in the night and go off to pray, then I know there is going to be an important battle; and I go right straight and pack his haversack, for I know he will call for it in the morning” – Jim Lewis

“Reserve your fire until they come within fifty yards; and then fire and give them the bayonet; and when you charge, yell like furies.” -Thomas Jackson

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E. Wesley – Mackinac Center Intern

Statute of Westminster 1931: December 11

In 1931, the sun never set on the British Empire.  For all its glories and failures, the Empire’s time had practically come to an end. Confederacy would soon take the place of empire.  Read more on Landmarks of Liberty

E. Wesley – Mackinac Center Intern