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extremely conservative

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In 1998, Lane worked with far-right millionaire activist Edward Atsinger III to put on briefings for pastors in California.
Today's far-right groups voice an array of views about who exactly is subverting America, but many subscribe to the old anti-Semitic beliefs and recite the same familiar names - and perversions of names - of Jewish magnates and bankers.
Anders Behring Breivik, the man behind the Norway terror attacks wrote online of his wish to attend far-right rallies in the UK, calling the English Defence League "a blessing".
The demonstration was organised by the far-right National Democratic Party, which last month won representation in the state legislature of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.
Other speakers included Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council; Jan LaRue of Concerned Women for America; Mark Sutherland of Joyce Meyer Ministries; longtime Religious Right warhorse Phyllis Schlafly of the Eagle Forum; Tom Jipping, a far-right activist who now serves on the staff of U.
The EDL denied any links with the suspect, and in a statement on its website the group wrote: "We strongly oppose extremism and always reject any suggestion of us being either extremists or far-right, due to our great past record of dealing with anyone who holds such extremist views.
Specter had angered Religious Right leaders when, during a post-election press conference, he reiterated his support for abortion rights and cautioned that Bush nominees with a far-right agenda would have difficulty winning Senate confirmation.
Discredited among his fellow antiabortion crusades by divorce and bankruptcy in the late 1990s, far-right activist Randall Terry has found a new crusade--battling gay marriage.
Unofficial figures estimate there are 50,000 members of far-right groups - and the number is growing.
In addition to the religious Right's strategic organizing against gay-rights legislation, there is a less blatant but just as alarming" development, says Bray: the insidious ascendancy of far-right "representatives and operatives" to important second-and third-tier levels of government.
Summary: More than a dozen men were in custody overnight after a city centre demonstration by far-right group the English Defence League.
The CNP was founded in 1981 as an umbrella organization of right-wing leaders who would gather regularly to plot strategy, share ideas and fund causes and candidates to advance the far-right agenda.
Summary: When far-right National Front leader Jean-Marie Le Pen made it to the second round of the 2002 presidential election, shocked voters and mainstream parties united to keep him out of power.
France's far-right National Front pulled off a historic win on Sunday, topping the vote in the first round of regional elections, in a breakthrough that shakes up the country's political landscape before 2017 presidential elections.
NNA - German authorities canceled Friday a party to welcome refugees in the town of Heidenau, recently the scene of violent far-right protests, saying the public's safety could not be guaranteed due to a shortage of police.