- Republican Party
- Citizens United
- GOP Donors
- GOP Lobbyists
- Religious Right
- Dominonism–POTUS Shield
- Council for National Policy
- CNP GOALS & TRUMP ADMINISTRATION
- Constitutional Convention of States
- Team Trump
- Electronic Voting ES&S/Diebold
- Russiagate early GOP Religious Ties
- Weyrich, Sens. Claiborne Pell and Richard Lugar hosted at Soviet Embassy by Ambassador Viktor Komplektov
- 1991 Weyrich spoke at the inauguration of “Russia House” DC
- 1997 Tom DeLay Russian visit
- 2000 World Russia Forum with Senator Sessions and Senator Grassley
- National Rifle Association, Wayne LaPierre
- Russian Energy
Read the Council for National Policy Page and Thread to see how pervasive this movement is.
American United for Separation of Church and State and Political Research Associates follows it closely. PAR’s Rob Boston: “Dominionists are the most extreme faction of the Religious Right — they’re people who literally embrace the concept of theocratic government,” Rob Boston told me in an email. “They’re latter-day Puritans with modern-day technology, and they would make this country an officially ‘Christian’ one by force if necessary. Of course, their definition of Christianity is so extreme that it would exclude millions of Americans who attend mainline churches.” What unites the “religious right,” under Boston’s definition, is its theocratic mission.
“The people who belong to this movement go by different names — Reconstructionists, Theonomists, Dominionists — but they all share a common belief: Our republican form of government should be replaced with a Christian fundamentalist theocracy.” Religious Dominionism Leaders: Dutch Sheets, Chuck Pierce, Cindy Jacobs and Lou Engle. People for the American Way’s Right Wing Watch say they, “are associated with the New Apostolic Reformation, which believes a triumphant, dominion-taking church will help bring about the return of Christ, and many are part of POTUS Shield, a network of self-described apostles and prophets who believe President Trump was anointed by God to help bring that all about.”Truthout
Howard Ahmanson, Jr.-CNP, Fieldstead Pres., Rutherford Inst. Founder, Claremont Institute with wife Roberta Green, The Chalcedon Institute (1965 think tank of Religious Right), donor to Paul Weyrich’s Free Congress Foundation and Council on Foreign Relations 1990-93 (David Rockefeller)
Nelson Bunker Hunt, CNP President 1983-84
How Dominionists Gained Control Of The Trump Campaign HuffPost September 1, 2016
The Council for National Policy (to which Kellyanne, Bannon, the DeVos family, the Mercers, Pence, Ken Blackwell, and two men whose families funded the largest voting machine vendor in the U.S.) has set a deadline of 2020 for restoring “religion and economic freedom and Judeo-Christian values” under the Constitution. Dec 27, 2017 By Jennifer S. Cohn Citations updated July 20, 2018December 27, 2017 Citations updated July 20, 2018. https://extranewsfeed.com/americas-taliban-the-council-for-national-policy-to-which-kellyanne-bannon-the-devos-family-7465f1754ca4
“Howard Ahmanson, Jr.- CNP Board of Governors (1996). Member, Council for National Policy; major financial supporter and board member, Chalcedon; President of Fieldstead and Co.; Fieldstead Foundation; Board of Directors, Claremont Institute. Ahmanson is an Orange County financier who inherited Home Savings of America from his father, has spent millions (over $4 million) promoting far-right candidates, first in California and then nationwide.
Ahmanson served for more than 20 years on the board of the Chalcedon Institute in Vallecito, California, a think tank devoted to the teachings of its leader, the Rev. Rousas John Rushdoony(CNP). The 80-year-old Rushdoony is the father of a movement called Christian Reconstructionism, which holds that Christianity should hold dominion over all earthly affairs. [McMahon] Ahmanson helped found The Rutherford Institute and is a major donor to Free Congress Foundation; The Ahmanson Foundation was a contributor to the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), according to 1990-1993 Annual Reports.
The Fieldstead Institute helped to fund the book “Restorers of Hope”,written by Amy L. Sherman, which is a PR piece for Welfare Reform’s Charitable Choice  which allows state/federal funding to flow into churches. In a radio interview Sherman said that Christians were involved in writing that section of the legislation. When asked in a phone interview who they were and she said Family Research Council, the Heritage Foundation and the Center for Public Justice. The book doesn’t mention it, but Sherman works part time at the Rockefeller-funded Manhattan Institute for Public Policy[New York] which has cross-over people with both Brookings Institute and Hudson Institute[ Diane Ravitch and Chester Finn]. The Manhattan Institute’ Center for Civic Innovation CCIis involved in Education Reform, Welfare Reform as well as the Jeremiah Project.””
http://www.seekgod.ca/cnp.a.htm#ahmanson[Howard Ahmanson — CNP member 1984–85, 1988, 1996, 1998–7/20/18 UPDATE — THIS LINK HAS RECENTLY BEEN DISABLED].
“Howard Ahmanson, Jr.-CNP Member 1984-85, 1988, Board of Governors 1996, 1998. President of Fieldstead and Co.; Fieldstead Foundation; chair of the California Independent Business PAC. Ahmanson is and Orange County financier who inherited Home Savings of America from his father, has spent millions promotion Religious Right candidates, first in California and then nationwide. Ahmanson has been a major contributor to the Capitol Resource Institute, 6 the California political front of Focus on the Family; the Western Center for Law and Religious Freedom, the Reason Foundation, (an offshoot of Reason Public Policy Insitute (RPPI) and the California Pro-life Council Inc.
Ahmanson Helped found The Rutherford Institute and is a major donor to Paul Weyrich’s Free Congress Foundation; The Ahmanson Foundation was a contributor to the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) (1990-1993) See David Rockefeller
A Board member for the Claremont Institute, wife, Roberta Green also member of Claremont Institute board. Newport Beach, CA.; Ahmanson also served 23 years (retired 1995) on the board of the Chalcedon Institute in Vallecito, California, which Newsweek (February 2, 1981) accurately identified as the think tank of the Religious Right. The Chalcedon Institute, to which Ahmanson has contributed over a million dollars, was founded in 1965,perpetuates the Dominionist/Reconstructionist/Kindom Now beliefs of founder Rev. Rousas John Rushdoony who was also a member of the CNP. Rushdoony, who died February 8, 2001…”
- Hunt & Ahmanson were both major contributors to the Chalcedon Foundation, Christian Reconstruction’s main think tank.
A Nation Under God The Nation Let others worry about the rapture: For the increasingly powerful Christian Reconstruction movement, the task is to establish the Kingdom of God right now?from the courthouse to the White House. DECEMBER 2005
- The goal of Christian Reconstruction — also known as “Dominionism” — is to transform America into a theocracy by “dismantling” our current government and replacing it with a “social order based on biblical law.”
Secrets of the extreme religious right: Inside the frightening world of Christian Reconstructionism The zealots pushing a horrifying vision of “religious freedom” really have in mind a new biblical slavery Salon PAUL ROSENBERG. JULY 31, 2015
Premier/Diebold (Dominion) AccuVote TS & TSx …[“Diebold acquired Global Election Systems (GES) in January 2002. GES was renamed Diebold Election Systems (DES), and Robert Urosevich, who had been President of GES, became the CEO of DES.”]/End Jennifer Cohn, continued on pages above, the Religious Right, ELECTRONIC VOTING has the history of Diebold and ES&S