Sic semper tyrannis.
Actually I pulled that from the Clutch song "Child of the City". I looked it up and liked it so I took it.
Sic semper tyrannis is a Latin phrase meaning "thus, ever (or always), to tyrants." The phrase is attributed to Marcus Junius Brutus at the assassination of Julius Caesar. It is sometimes mistranslated as "Death to tyrants."
I actually started a thread about that saying in the political section.
BTW, this is the most I've ever posted in one day. Can y'all tell I love history?
I too love history, but not so much the Civil Way era. I am very much into the Pacific Theater in WW2, particularly the Solomons and New Guinea campaigns.
Knoxville, Tenn. - Tommy DeFoe wore his Southern pride on his Confederate flag belt buckle Wednesday as he argued in federal court that a school dress code banning such items violated his free speech rights."I am fighting for my heritage and my rights as a Southerner and an American," said the lanky DeFoe, 18, during a break in his trial. DeFoe says his great-great uncle served in the Confederate army and "died for the South" in the Civil War.