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Post  C.S.A. on Sat Nov 15, 2008 2:45 am

Confederacy Extends Hand to Texan Federation

Richmond, Virginia, C.S.A. - In recent decades, the relationship between the Confederate States of America and the Texan Federation have, at most, remained a mystery to both countries. However, be it for extra votes in the upcoming election or for general good will, Confederate President Samuel Davis seeks to strength socio-economic relations with their fellow American neighbor.

Since proving an ability to remain a nation and, ultimately, defeating the former United States of America, twice, has blessed the Confederacy with an impressive reputation throughout the world. But it is for this reason, among others, that strengthened relations are sought, as both nations know what it was like to deal with an oppressive and imperialist country breathing down their necks.

If the Texan Federation wishes to establish some kind of relationship remains to be seen, but the Confederacy has extended their hand.

Confederate Armed Forces to Expand

St. Louis, Missouri, C.S.A. - The Confederate Armed Forces are expected to grow in size, all branches will experience a surge as economic growth has allowed such an action to be taken. The President had this to say:

"An opportunity like this may never come again, and we must take it. I believe this decision will benefit the Confederacy and her citizens, providing training and job placements for the remaining percentage of unemployed citizens. It has been my goal to eradicate unemployment, a goal I have made great progress towards, which will cease to exist by the next two decades with this initiated program."

The Confederate Congress is in full support of this program, believing that President Davis will be able to deliver on his campaign promise of eliminating unemployment, as well as strengthening the Confederacy's military influence.

Other News
- Confederate Elections begin, several Parties enter political fray.
- War for Southern Independence monument to be erected in Richmond, VA.
- Confederacy seeks to open diplomatic relations with other nations and continents.
- President S. Davis to begin preparations for international travel in the coming days.

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Post  C.S.A. on Sat Nov 15, 2008 4:23 pm

Cotton Exports Skyrocket!



(Colored servants working merrily in the cotton fields)

Raleigh, North Carolina, C.S.A. - With Europeans investing in cotton, a commodity which is fairly common in the southern regions of North America, the Confederate States have experienced an economic boom, especially from such willing purchasers as the Hanseatic Empire and the Seljuk Empire. Other countries are expected to follow suit, as demand increases and the Confederacy prepares by placing more servants to the fields to meet international demands.

Women Demand the Right to Vote



(Women takes to the streets, demanding a voice in government)

Indianapolis, Indiana, C.S.A. - In recent days, an organization going by the name of the League of Women Voters have sought the right to, of all things, vote. Until the cotton boom, the Confederacy was dealing with an internal debt due to the two wars for their independence and security, which has motivated a lot of anti-government sentiment from all social aspects. The League of Women Voters has demanded that President Samuel Davis speaks to them, directly face-to-face, something which the nation's Commander-in-Chief has yet to respond to. However, many Confederate officials firmly believe the opposite sex and their antics will be dealt with properly.

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- Confederate Congress debates labeling the League of Women Voters as a terrorist group.

- President Samuel Davis to travel to Istanbul in the Seljuk Empire for diplomatic exchanges.

- Confederate Armed Forces continue to steadily grow in size, training, and overall potential throughout the country.

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Post  C.S.A. on Thu Nov 20, 2008 3:50 pm

Civil War Reenactment Boasts Huge Numbers




Perryville, Kentucky, C.S.A.
- The recent reenactment of the War for Southern Independence has drawn in huge numbers, some from even outside typical Confederate borders, as a massive demonstration of the Battle for Perryville was performed to hundreds of thousands of onlookers. The battle was one of the bloodiest battles in the Second War Between the States, in which the Confederacy proclaimed victory over Yankee imperialism, and the city's liberation by Rebel forces assured Europe of the Confederation's staying power.

According to official reports, thousands of dollars have been sold of Confederate flags, all types, indicating a strong anti-Union sentiment still exists many decades later inside of America. It has been against the law to fly a flag of the Union above the Confederacy since 1790, but many citizens do not own, or admit to owning one for anything other than historical significance.

Confederate Army Growing




Jackson, Mississippi, C.S.A. - The Confederate Armed Forces speaks of an increasing number of volunteers, many the grand and great grandchildren of Confederate veterans in the original two wars, seeking to obtain the same glory that their forefathers have in the history books. Many recruiting stations are experiencing a strain on their personnel staff, finding it rather difficult to keep up with all the names and faces who pour into their facilities.

It seems that Dixie Pride is alive and well in the South, just as God had intended it to be! May he continue to bless the South, too!

Other News
- Confederate-Seljuk relations continue to warm, trades to continue.
- Confederate-Texan Federation talks in the works, political experts say.
- Cotton exports on the rise, economic experts claim more "servants" needed.
- Kingdom of L'iao Biella, a former source for "servants", unlikely to supply the C.S.A.

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