Battle Flags and Logos of the Ku Klux Krackers!!!


Battle Flags and Logos of the

Ku Klux Krackers!!!

Or the Ku Krisitan Koalition

alias the Ku Kea Karty!!!


Billy Graham Speaks Out for Pastor Saeed

Mission Statement of the Kraven KumKwat Knights of the Ku Klux Krackers otherwise known as the Ku Kristian Koalition or the Ku Kea Karty


In the course of one of the sessions, Weyrich tried to make a point to his Religious Right brethren (no women attended the conference, as I recall). Let’s remember, he said animatedly, that the Religious Right did not come together in response to the Roe decision. No, Weyrich insisted, what got us going as a political movement was the attempt on the part of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to rescind the tax-exempt status of Bob Jones University because of its racially discriminatory policies.

Paul M. Weyrich


Culture war letter


Frustrated with public indifference to the Lewinsky scandal, Weyrich wrote a letter in February 1999 stating that he believed conservatives had lost the culture war, urging a separatist strategy where conservatives ought to live apart from corrupted mainstream society and form their own parallel institutions:


I believe that we probably have lost the culture war. That doesn’t mean the war is not going to continue, and that it isn’t going to be fought on other fronts. But in terms of society in general, we have lost. This is why, even when we win in politics, our victories fail to translate into the kind of policies we believe are important.


Therefore, what seems to me a legitimate strategy for us to follow is to look at ways to separate ourselves from the institutions that have been captured by the ideology of Political Correctness, or by other enemies of our traditional culture.


What I mean by separation is, for example, what the homeschoolers have done. Faced with public school systems that no longer educate but instead ‘condition’ students with the attitudes demanded by Political Correctness, they have seceded. They have separated themselves from public schools and have created new institutions, new schools, in their homes. I think that we have to look at a whole series of possibilities for bypassing the institutions that are controlled by the enemy. If we expend our energies on fighting on the “turf” they already control, we will probably not accomplish what we hope, and we may spend ourselves to the point of exhaustion.[33]


This was widely interpreted as Weyrich calling for a retreat from politics, but he almost immediately issued a clarification stating this was not his intent. In the evangelical magazine World he wrote:

Michele Bachmann

…[W]hen critics say in supposed response to me that ‘before striking our colors in the culture wars, Christians should at least put up a fight,’ I am puzzled. Of course they should. That is exactly what I am urging them to do. The question is not whether we should fight, but how… in essence, I said that we need to change our strategy. Instead of relying on politics to retake the culturally and morally decadent institutions of contemporary America, I said that we should separate from those institutions and build our own.[9]


By 2004 Weyrich was reportedly more hopeful, given trends in public opinion and the reelection of PresidentGeorge W. Bush. In spite of his initial support for Bush, he often disagreed with Bush administration policies. Examples of their disagreement included the Iraq WarimmigrationHarriet Miers and fiscal policy.[34]


David Vitter sues Jimmy Swaggart and others….


How Did Conservatives Get This Radical?

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My opinion, it’s religious  the other people piggyback their extremism on top of the Pro Life extremism. Fundamentalism itself is under assault  and the Reagan Era toleration for Jerry Falwell running his mouth in politics was an error, they lost control of these people a long time ago and you have Koch Brothers, John Birch Society types driving Religious Extremism.But there are only so many Koch Brothers, there are a lot of Bible Belt Churchs that just feed on this stuff.


As far as the New York Times article, there is a lot there but it’s missing the specifically 17th Century nature of the Reactionary movement, They do not consider literal interpretation of the Bible to be backward looking so all pleas to reason fall on deaf ears.  Even the term Pseudo Conservative came about in Burke’s time and is used often referring to Cromwellian Extremism as opposed to  fiscal conservative.  Now we have the same cast of characters in large numbers in America, the dominion-ist  fundamentalist Evangelical Charismatic extremist   Into this already volatile mix you add the American Civil War issues of States Rights and race and you have the Tea Party as a dangerous rabid dog.


Republican congressman dismisses evolution as ‘lies straight from the pit of hell’ – video

It’s not about Abortion, support Planned Parenthood

Christian Reconstructionism is an obscure[1] fundamentalist[2] Calvinist theonomic movement, founded by Rousas John Rushdoony, that has had an important influence on the Christian Right in the United States.[3][4] The movement declined in the 1990s and was declared dead in a 2008 Church History journal article.[5] Christian Reconstructionists are usually postmillennialists and followers of the presuppositional apologetics of Cornelius Van Til. They tend to support a decentralized political order resulting in laissez-faire capitalism.[6


Dominionism is the idea that Christians should work toward either a nation governed by Christians or one governed by a conservative Christian understanding of biblical law.


Jerry Falwell, the Tea Party, the NRA and the 1970′s “Fundementalist” Coup


Free the Kozmic Kornporn Krackers!!! (from David Barton’s lies)

What is the Taxpayer Protection Pledge?


Americans for Tax Reform


Americans for Prosperity‎


Bob Jones University – Christian College Education‎


American Family Association


ALEC – American Legislative Exchange Council | Limited …‎


Cato Institute | Individual Liberty, Free Markets, and Peace‎


Christian Coalition of America | Defending America’s Godly Heritage!


Fox News – Breaking News Updates | Latest News Headlines …‎


FreedomWorks | Lower Taxes, Less Government, More Freedom‎


The Heritage Foundation –‎


The John Birch Society‎


Koch Industries –‎‎


Welcome to the Ku Klux Klan: Knights Party‎


Liberty University Christian College Education‎


Pro-Life Alliance‎



True the Vote Updated Logo

True The Vote‎


Ayn Rand is Dead – Nietzsche


Right Wing Watch‎


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  12. Me Too says:

    The information is good but the presentation could use some work. The background image, while funny, should either be locked so it does not scroll or else replaced with a more neutral image that does not distract from the article. Text size, font and color should be consistent for the main part of the information with links being a different color. As for the images, maybe use a few less. Am I reading the information or looking at funny pictures. While I like looking at the funny pictures I have a problem going back and forth with the information. Maybe create two columns or put the images all in one spot or even use less. That also goes with images in the link section. Maybe they are not needed, or make them link to the other sites but they should all be about the same size and much smaller.
    I only mention these things because if you want people to focus on the information that should be how you present it. Right now this site looks like a high school project from 2002. Like someone just figured out how to turn on the computer and thinks everything needs to be put in one spot.

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