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October 22nd, 2018 at 11:59 am EDT
Cliff Kincaid
America's Survival, Inc.

To ASI Supporters:

I know it’s a partisan season, with elections just weeks away, but many of our most serious problem stem from decisions by both major political parties.

On Friday I appeared on a radio program with Gary Arnold to talk about a number of fascinating topics and problems, including the bipartisan cabal known as the Deep State. I think you might find it interesting. We focused on a famous Congressman from Santa Cruz, Leon Panetta, who started out as a Rockefeller Republican in the Nixon Administration and became an Obama Democrat.  Panetta was Obama’s CIA director and Defense Secretary.

Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy addresses The Ripon Society

Panetta, a former member of Congress, was confirmed as CIA director despite his record of praising identified Communist Party member Hugh DeLacy, a close contact of identified Communist spies and associate of a notorious communist spy ring. Panetta was aware of DeLacy's communist background and nevertheless praised him as an advocate of "social justice" and foe of "McCarthyism."

Rockefeller Republican influence is currently demonstrated in the GOP through a group called the Ripon Society. I have posted the names of members of the Ripon Society’s Honorary Congressional Advisory Board.

Click here to listen to my discussion with Gary Arnold about might be called the “Purple Uniparty.”


Scott Lively used the phrase “Purple Uniparty” to describe how both major political parties have accepted the sexual revolution. Click here to watch my interview with Scott.

The Effects of Cultural Marxism can be seen in survey results showing that, for the first time, more Americans agree that the Bible’s teaching on same-sex relationships is outdated than disagree. The 2018 State of Theology survey was conducted for Ligonier Ministries by LifeWay Research, which interviewed a demographically balanced online panel of 3,000 American adults.

  • STATEMENT NO. 29. The Bible’s condemnation of homosexual behavior doesn’t apply today.

    All participants in 2018. Finding: 44% agree vs. 41% disagree

    The 2018 survey finds a slim majority in the United States now agree that abortion is a sin, up from 49% in 2016.

  • STATEMENT NO. 27. Abortion is a sin.

    All participants in 2018. Finding: 52% agree vs. 38% disagree

Perhaps we can look for inspiration in Brazil, where the final round of the presidential election takes place on October 28. Opinion polls put Jair Bolsonaro, the conservative, ahead of the leftist (communist) Workers’ Party candidate, Fernando Haddad, in the October 28 ballot.

A friend from Brazil wrote about our ASI TV Scott Lively interview: “The best channel, abraços (hugs) from Brazil. Lets make Brazil great again.”

For America’s Survival,

Cliff Kincaid,




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