Chuck Baldwin’s Latest: The Grinch Who Stole Conservatism

Here is the latest column from Chuck Baldwin:

The GOP is frantically searching for the person who will lead them to the
Promised Land (translate: White House) in 2012. Barack Obama is leaving a
death stench so heavy that even most of the political allies in his own
party are asking him to stay away from their reelection campaigns. You gotta give it to Obama: he has done in one term what most Presidents cannot accomplish until their second (lame duck) term. The problem is, the GOP just can’t seem to find their Moses (or even their Ronald Reagan). That means, as far fetched as it sounds now, Obama has a good chance of being reelected.
And, once again, when any Democrat candidate for President wins, the GOP
will have no one to blame but themselves. 2012 could be another example.

You see, the GOP (including their lackeys at Fox News) either really don’t
know what a constitutional conservative looks like, or they do know what he or she looks like and don’t want them leading the party. I believe the
answer is the latter, but in either case, the GOP continually does nothing
to groom constitutionalist conservatives for leadership. Just the opposite:
such people are routinely ignored, shunned, besmirched, or impugned. (Can anyone say, “Ron Paul”?) Is it any wonder that by the time the general
election comes around, the GOP candidate for President is usually nothing
more than a Democrat-lite, or a “Democrat in Drag” to borrow from Steve

That brings me to one of the people that the talking heads at Fox News and
other GOP propaganda centers are routinely discussing as their 2012
Presidential hopeful: former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich.

According to Reuters News, “Republican former House of Representatives
Speaker Newt Gingrich said on Sunday [July 25th] he will decide after
November’s congressional elections whether he will make a run for the White House in 2012.”

Here’s what Gingrich is looking at: he wants to see if the GOP makes
significant gains in both houses of Congress in the November elections. If
the GOP wins one house (especially if enough real conservatives win), I
predict Gingrich will enter the race. So he can ride a conservative wave
into the White House in 2012? No! So he can derail any potential
conservative momentum that the Tea Parties might be able to create in this
year’s November elections. You see, Newt Gingrich is the Grinch Who Stole
Conservatism from the GOP.

Some of us are old enough to remember Newt Gingrich’s “Contract with
America” that produced huge Republican victories in both houses of Congress back in 1994. However, what did that “Conservative Revolution” (as it was called then) actually produce? The answer: NOTHING! Newt’s promise of smaller government was immediately forgotten. Instead, Gingrich, along with Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott, facilitated and helped orchestrate further expansion of the federal government. The “less government” theme that swept house freshmen such as Joe Scarborough, Steve Largent, Sonny Bono, Bob Barr, Helen Chenoweth, John Shadegg, and J.C. Watts into Congress quickly evaporated and this new neocon Republican Party was born.

Mark it down, if Newt Gingrich is the Republican Party’s Presidential
nominee in 2012, he will do to whatever grassroots conservative momentum is brought about by this year’s congressional victories what he did to the “Conservative Revolution” in 1994: DESTROY IT!

Newt’s track record is there for anyone to see. So, why does Fox News
continue to promote him as a leader of smaller government or
constitutionalism? Does Fox News even have a clue as to what limited
government really means? Apparently not.

Remember, Newt Gingrich is a long-standing member of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), which is a notorious proponent of globalism and archenemy of national independence, State sovereignty, and limited government. Does anyone at Fox News recall what Admiral Chester Ward said about the CFR? (Plus, how many of the Big Shots at Fox News are themselves members of the CFR?)

Rear Admiral Chester Ward, who was the Judge Advocate General of the Navy from 1956 to 1960 and a former member of the CFR who pulled out after realizing what they were all about, warned the American people about the dangers of this and similar organizations (such as the Trilateral
Commission). He said, “The most powerful clique in these elitist groups have one objective in common–they want to bring about the surrender of the sovereignty and the national independence of the United States. A second clique of international members in the CFR . . . comprises the Wall Street international bankers and their key agents. Primarily, they want the world banking monopoly from whatever power ends up in the control of global government.”

Admiral Ward also said, “The main purpose of the Council on Foreign
Relations is promoting the disarmament of U.S. sovereignty and national
independence and submergence into an all powerful, one world government.”

Accordingly, as a loyal CFR elitist, Gingrich has supported Big Government
programs and policies all of his political life. Gingrich is also an ardent
disciple of Alvin Toffler, who is the guru of  “The Third Wave” politics.
That’s why Gingrich refers to himself as a “conservative futurist.”

Webster’s (1992) Dictionary defines “Futurism” as: “Study of, and interest
in, forecasting or anticipating the future, or theorizing on how to IMPOSE
CONTROLS ON EVENTS.” (Emphasis added.)

Steve Farrell rightly notes that “futurism is a head-in-the-clouds political
philosophy, complete with theories and forecasts, which envisions the use of force to insure that those theories and forecasts come to pass.” Farrell
summarizes “conservative futurism” as “communism with economic vision.”

This is why Gingrich went along with Clinton’s Big Government agenda, and
supported the unconstitutional faith-based subsidies, public-private
“partnerships,” etc. Gingrich’s brand of “conservatism” spawned another Big
Government neocon’s (Karl Rove–another favorite son at Fox News)
“Compassionate Conservative” movement of the G.W. Bush White House, which at the time led to the biggest expansion of the federal government since Lyndon Johnson.

Gingrich’s infatuation with “conservative futurism” also helps explain his
support for NAFTA, GATT, the WTO, and virtually every other policy promoting globalism and interdependence. It also helps explain why Gingrich and former Vice President Al Gore have worked so closely together in globalist organizations such as the now-defunct Congressional Clearing House on the Future (once chaired by Gore).

See Steve Farrell’s column at:

Gingrich was also a major proponent of the federal Department of Education, continually supports unconstitutional foreign aid, even to the Soviets and other unfriendly governments, through the Export-Import Bank. In one year (1994-1995) Gingrich voted for nearly $45 billion in foreign aid. He also helped push through federal loan guarantees to Communist China.

Gingrich was the Grand Old Pal of President Bill Clinton. He supported
Clinton’s unconstitutional wars (as he did Bush’s); he supported Clinton’s
welfare programs, education programs, labor programs, and environmental programs, as well as most of his foreign affairs programs. Gingrich supported spending $30 billion for the Violent Crime and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 that shackled gun owners with new restrictions, federalized a number of crimes, and handed the feds police powers that the Constitution reserves to the states. (I guess the NRA forgot all about that, too.)

Gingrich voted to give billions of dollars to United Nations “peacekeeping”
operations; he supported the National Endowment for the Arts; he supports
giving illegal aliens amnesty; and he has continually supported increased
federal spending and higher taxes.

Campaign for Liberty has an excellent exposé on Newt Gingrich that I
encourage everyone to read. See it at:

Also, John McManus has an outstanding video exposing Newt Gingrich as a
traitor to conservatism and constitutional government that everyone should watch. See it at:

In spite of overwhelming evidence that Newt Gingrich is a scheming,
double-talking, duplicitous Big-Government globalist of the highest order,
many conservatives continue to listen to pro-Gingrich propaganda coming from Fox News and other “conservative” outlets.

If true conservatism has any chance of reemerging within the sheepfold of
what is known as the national Republican Party, that fox, Newt Gingrich,
must not be allowed to be anywhere near it. Unfortunately, thanks to Fox
News (pun too easy to pass up), Gingrich is prowling around the barnyard and doubtless licking his chops at the prospect of having another opportunity to feast on the flesh of unsuspecting conservative sheep that foolishly believe him to be one of them.

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8 thoughts on “Chuck Baldwin’s Latest: The Grinch Who Stole Conservatism

  1. '..... the serious side of free speech ' [Lake]

    as much as I pretty much agree with each and every thing Pastor Baldwin mentions I sure find it ‘interesting’ in the things he left out.

    [Yes you can not type every thing all the time. But Newt, the Lizard King, is soooooooo dishonest and unethical. A Gingrich Presidency would be as ‘successful’ *sarcasm* as the horrible ‘Class of 1994’!]

    When is pontificator Baldwin going to work on the imploding (so called) Constitution Party? As important as the warning calls on Lizard Boy 2012 are, the CP needs to do more than ‘political magic acts’ to be of service to the greater society, much less the ‘Conservative’ sub set(s)!

  2. say what?

    and Pastor Baldwin is selling a signed autographed photo of himself for $25.00!! way to gooo chuckie baby!! :0

  3. '..... the serious side of free speech ' [Lake]

    say what? say this:

    from a guy whom has had problems with CP since the OTHER century ……….

    and look at the ‘informerial’ aspect of the ‘instant case’ namely, ‘our new PATRIOT BUSINESSES information directory’

    ——- Nightmare Nightingale is just a bad, commercial, greedy, disingenuous on the West Coast! Check her similar web site out!

    I am soooooooooooo glad California went with America’s Independent Party and if that is not a perfect fit may be the American Conservative Party or the Christian Party USA would be good future affiliations.

    Remember, the in creditable shrinking CP is the number three party in the USA, after losing California, Texas and some other state ——- NOT! And AT LEAST a half dozen others states are unhappy and shopping around!

    Who would not want to be in an association that included Baldwin (what a gay pose, I don’t mind, but I am sure his life partners [of what ever gender] find it ironic, really, it is so unmanly!

    Like Steve Kubby’s official loopy, stoner photo graphic, doesn’t any one have a clue. I do! He never answers his email ……….)

  4. Don Grundmann

    to ” The Fool ” – It is no wonder that you support the ultra corrupt AIP’s of Alan Keyes since he, like you, is a liar; as you demonstrate above by continuously lying about and smearing Chelene. Lying is indeed ” so unmanly ” but you continue to do so and hence demonstrate repeatedly your own sickness and pathology as you work diligently with your fellow liars of Robinson, Seidenberg, and Noonan to destroy the 3rd party conservative movement in the nation.

    Don J. Grundmann, D.C. Vice-Chairman American Independent Party, California branch of the Constitution Party

  5. wolfefan

    Who specifically is meant by “the Soviets?” The USSR broke down into a lot of countries, many of them rivals of each other. They can’t all be “the Soviets.”

  6. wolfefan

    The article says that Gingrich supports aid to the Soviets, which usually refers to the USSR. From the context, he could have meant “supported” instead of “supports”, but Baldwin sometimes seems to grasp different facts than I do, so I figured I’d ask.

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