It seems an article written by well-known heritage activist showed up in an obscure, visually cluttered, almost incoherent racist tabloid newspaper. For some, it's proof positive that Confederate heritage equals white supremacy. For others, it's an opportunity to get their jollies by hatin' and speculatin'. The head flogger-in-charge is waiting to hear that the activist knew nothing about this.
I think that's exactly the case. First, despite all the imaginary "associations" between heritage and racism discussed in the floggasm, there's nothing to indicate there is any such association. Paths occasionally and inadvertently crossing is not an association.
The article in question appeared in two publicly available internet venues, and all the tabloid editor had to do was select-a, control-c and control-v.
It appears that much of the tabloid's content is copies of content found on the internet, which lends great credibility to the speculation that the activist did not know her writing was used.
Articles by the following people or organizations appear in the tabloid:
Lt. Colonel Donald Sullivan (Ret)
Bob Adelmann (New American)
Leo Hohmann (World Net Daily)
Paul Craig Roberts
Some of these folks are conservatives, but who believes they were all contacted and gave permission for their articles/news reports and by-lines to be used? And Kucinich is definitely no right-winger.
This is evidence that even more strongly suggests the activist's writing was filched without her knowledge and consent. But that's of no consequence to the denizens of the floggosphere. They believe what they want.
Hating certain people, even if they have to fabricate reasons for it, is seemingly what they get their jollies from.
Yep, it's pretty pathetic, but that's them and theirs....