A Conversation with Michael Tubbs of the League of the South


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This evening we have a conversation with Michael Tubbs, the Chief of Staff and Florida State Chairman of the League of the South. We have been honored to work with Michael these past five years, and this is our first opportunity to speak to him here at Christogenea.

Here Michael tells us about how he had first joined the League of the South, his discovery of Christian Identity, his experience at Charlottesville and several other  related subjects. 

The SCOTUS decision which I could not remember during the discussion, in which anti-Sodomy laws were struck down, is Lawrence v. Texas, which was in 2003, and even more recent than I had thought. Until 1961, every American State had anti-Sodomy laws.

The 1967 SCOTUS decision which struck down anti-race-mixing laws throughout the South is Loving v. Virginia. Other States had already repealed such laws. 

At left is a picture of Michael Tubbs and I taken at Lee Circle in New Orleans in May of 2017.