Lumping groups of people together into easily definable stereotypes is much easier than serious thought.
Gay men are feminine and are concerned only with sex. All Asians excel at math. Black men are all gangbangers. Hispanics are all lazy and just want to live off of welfare. Liberals are hippies. Conservatives are rich, country-club bankers. Those who attended a TEA (Taxed Enough Already) Party are racist, right-wing nutjobs. Blah blah blah...
The protests held on April 15th were co-opted by the right-wing media and various other fringe groups. This detracted from the overall message of a need for government restraint in spending and taxation, and the media chose to focus on the douchebags that came out in force in order to spread their convuluted messages of hate.
Judging from the commentary I read on these boards, true conservatism (not to be concerned with neo-conservatism or the Republican Party) and conservatives are not welcome, and that is fine. But do not be so narrow-minded as to believe that the bullshit highlighted in much of the coverage floating around is typical of the average "tea-bagger".
Yes, the nutjobs were out in full force. No, the nutjobs are not representative of the average TEA Party participant.
As for the question of the New World Order, there is an extensive amount of information on it online, if you are seriously curious. Some people believe is the advent of a socialist, totalitarian government. Politicians, most notably George H.W. Bush, have used the phrase in the past. I won't say whether or not I believe what the conspiracy theorists say about the NWO; I haven't made up my mind. But the evidence is compelling. Even if you do not believe, it is a very entertaining subject.