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Wolves in Sheep's Clothing?











By Kelleigh Nelson
October 25, 2009

As my husband is fond of saying, we have Socialist Party A and Socialist Party B, there is little difference. It seems quite obvious to even the least politically involved that both parties are melding into one and both are far too liberal for the conservative, small government voters who favor our founding fathers’ beliefs and desires for America. In 1965, I remember a close friend telling me that the Soviet Union and America would meld into one combining both communism and capitalism. I’ve thought of that statement many times over the years.

Countless phone calls from the Republican National Committee, the College Republican National Committee, and every other form of Republican National group out there has phoned me for a donation. If that isn’t enough, the RNC and various other Republican groups continue to send me snail mail which includes two and three page questionnaires and surveys, and at the end of same, an area to mark for the amount of your donation. With the disgust I’ve felt for so long regarding the Republican choices for office, I mostly pitched these costly forms in the trash. However, after the 2008 election, I decided to change my strategy.

Every questionnaire seems to ask the questions with answers they KNOW we want them to follow…a case in point is, “Do you believe the stimulus is working for America?” Or this, “Do you approve of the healthcare reform by President Obama?” You know the type of questions, as I’m sure many of you have received these forms and these phone calls soliciting for funds as well.

I fill out the questionnaires, then I add my own short letter stating that I am much more inclined to do my own research on where my money will go and to whom I will support for office than they have been in the past or even now. The same goes for the phone solicitations…I tell them I no longer trust their decisions and will never be funding them again and then I tell them why.

Do conservatives want the likes of John McCain nominated for the highest office in the land? I highly doubt McCain would have garnered even half the votes he got had it not been for his vice presidential nominee, Sarah Palin, who he quite obviously threw under the bus. Sarah’s biggest mistake was accepting that nomination, but that’s another story.

A case in point is the choice of the Republican party of Michael Steele as the head of the RNC, which was quite disturbing for many reasons. One has to wonder if Steele was chosen for the color of his skin rather than the content of his character and especially his failure to uphold the former Republican platform of pro-life, pro-family, small government, etc. In a March, 2009 interview with GQ Magazine, he was asked to elaborate on his beliefs. Here is what he said when asked about pro-life,

"The choice issue cuts two ways. You can choose life, or you can choose abortion. You know, my mother chose life. So, you know, I think the power of the argument of choice boils down to stating a case for one or the other."

"Are you saying you think women have the right to choose abortion?" the interviewer asked.
Steele responded, "Yeah. I mean, again, I think that's an individual choice."

GQ: "You do?"

Steele: "Yeah. Absolutely."

Then when he was asked about marriage, he stated he believed it was between a man and a woman, but when asked if homosexuality was a choice, he stated, "Oh, no. I don't think I've ever really subscribed to that view, that you can turn it on and off like a water tap. ... You just can't simply say, oh, like, 'Tomorrow morning I'm gonna stop being gay.' It's like saying, 'Tomorrow morning I'm gonna stop being black.'"

Several conservative Republicans were not assuaged when Steele tried to clarify that his beliefs were those of the Republican platform. However, nothing was done.

The crowning piece that told me Michael Steele was another neo-conservative was the fact that he is a five-year member of the globalist, one-world (Christian excluding) Aspen Institute. Please see NWV’s article by my friend, Betty Freauf, JUST WHO IS MICHAEL STEELE? In the March 18, 2009 issue. Also see Dr. Dennis Cuddy’s excellent article in NWV’s, THE POWER ELITE EXPOSED from March 16, 2004.


The former head of the Aspen Institute, new age environmentalist Maurice Strong, has membership in the following organizations, but this does not include the entire list:

Senior Advisor to UN Secretary General Kofi Annan
Senior Advisor to World Bank President James Wolfensohn
Chairman of the Earth Council
Chairman of the World Resources Institute
Co-Chairman of the Council of the World Economic Forum
member of Toyota’s International Advisory Board

He is also a long time member of the Futurist Society (which Newt Gingrich also belongs to as well as Newt’s long time friends Alvin and Heidi Toffler). (See Toffler’s book, THE THIRD WAVE) To digress, remember Newt recently came out for the republican nominee in New York’s 23rd congressional district, Dede Scozzafava, who represents the Democratic party with her entire platform but is running on the Republican ticket against a constitutionalist running on the conservative party by the name of Doug Hoffman.

The following is from the website, THE ASPEN INSTITUTE AND THE CLUB OF ROME

“The Aspen Institute was founded in 1949, by Aldous Huxley, and John Maynard Hutchins, in commemoration of the 200th birthday of German philosopher and author of Faust, and a member of the Illuminati, Goethe. Robert O. Anderson also contributed significant funds to a project initiated by the Rockefeller family, together with Aurelio Peccei and Alexander King, at the Rockefeller’s estate at Bellagio, Italy, called the Club of Rome.

In 1972, this Club of Rome, and the US Association of the Club of Rome, gave widespread publicity to their publication of the notorious “Limits to Growth.” Supported by research done at MIT, this report concluded that industrialization had to be halted to save the planet from ecological catastrophe.

These organizations were exploiting the panic induced, when Paul Ehrlich, a biologist at Stanford, and admirer of Bertrand Russell, in 1968, wrote his Malthusian projections in a best-selling book called The Population Bomb. “

Quite obviously, our Republican party has joined with the enemy. Weak kneed, spineless men like former Tennessee Senator Dr. Bill Frist, Senators from Maine, Olympia Snowe, and Susan Collins, Minority leader Boehner and Newt Gingrich who is backing Dede Scozzafava, and countless others too numerous to name, who do not represent conservative Republicans or ideals, do not deserve to have our cash to continue their happy allegiance with the Marxist ideologues of the left.

Please check out Doug Hoffman’s website.

I’ve sent donations to the Republican running against Arlen Specter who would have been elected 5 years ago had President Bush not interceded for Specter. There are two Republicans running in the primary against Harry Reid, one is a constitutionalist.

From my friend and author Charlotte Iserbyt, comes this notice:

“Those researchers out there who worked SO hard to kill Outcomes Based Education in the eighties/nineties will recognize the name "Cherilyn Gulbrandtsen" whose name is now Cherilyn Eagar. Cherilyn was one of our brightest, effective, attractive, and talented (what a singing voice!) activists. I know her well and am thrilled she is running for the U.S. Senate from Utah. Please spread the word and give her support in her race for that important position.” Check her out here.

There are countless good conservative folks running that need our support. We should NOT trust the RNC or any of their sister organizations to send our monies to the true conservatives. Remember, all of the congress is up for re-election in 2010 and a third of the senate is up for re-election. You can find out which senators are up for election. All senators run for a 6 year term. The two exceptions are Obama and Biden’s senate seats which also need to be filled, bringing the amount of senators running this year to a total of 36.

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When you receive phone calls and snail mail from the RNC, I urge you to tell them you feel highly qualified to do your own research on where you’ll send your monies, and that they are wasting their time calling you for cash that they’ll distribute to the likes of Scozzafava (500,000 from the RNC), Snowe, Collins and others who are simply Republicans in name only.

For more information see these wonderful books.

1- THE GLOBALIST by Dr. Dennis Cuddy

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Kelleigh Nelson has been researching the Christian right and their connections to the left, the new age, and cults since 1975. Formerly an executive producer for three different national radio talk show hosts, she was adept at finding and scheduling a variety of wonderful guests for her radio hosts. She and her husband live in Knoxville, TN, and she has owned her own wholesale commercial bakery since 1990. Prior to moving to Tennessee, Kelleigh was marketing communications and advertising manager for a fortune 100 company in Ohio. Born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, she was a Goldwater girl with high school classmate, Hillary Rodham, in Park Ridge, Illinois. Kelleigh is well acquainted with Chicago politics and was working in downtown Chicago during the 1968 Democratic convention riots.










A case in point is the choice of the Republican party of Michael Steele as the head of the RNC, which was quite disturbing for many reasons. One has to wonder if Steele was chosen for the color of his skin rather than the content of his character and especially his failure to uphold the former Republican platform...