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rightist

1. of, tending towards, or relating to the political right or its principles; conservative, traditionalist, or reactionary
2. a person who supports or belongs to the political right
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The book's strongest contribution lies in its penetrating analysis of how American evangelicalism has evolved in the last half century, how right-wing politics has aggressively and relentlessly appropriated the cultural space of evangelical Christianity, and how some isolated evangelical entities (like JPUSA and the Vineyard churches) have dared to persist in their alliance with a more socially progressive spiritual agenda.
Thompson, evoked an America rife with "fear and loathing" as the idealism of the 1960s gave way to the hard-eyed, right-wing politics of Richard Nixon, the Republican president who spawned the criminal conspiracy known as "Watergate.
Those who whinge about his right-wing politics need to grow up.
Regardless of what you're protesting about, putting that on the memorial hours before elderly women, who had helped to defeat the worst strain of right-wing politics the world has seen, were due to walk past, makes whoever did it look very scummy indeed.
The term, historically associated with right-wing politics, has since been used to describe a wide range of views.
Congratulating Rivlin at the Knesset ceremony, Netanyahu cited their common history in right-wing politics.
Congratulating Rivlin at theKnessetceremony, Netanyahu cited their common history in right-wing politics.
The rise of extreme right-wing politics in various European countries has made the situation more threatening.
Fans and players of the Rome club have been accused of an affiliation with right-wing politics in Italy in the past, but he hopes there will be no trouble in the Group J match.
The collection is an exception to the rule that history is written by the winners; as one contributor notes, the winners of the battle to make the Baptist church a force in right-wing politics have no interest in saying 'Baptist' has meant different things.
Before the Revolution: Women's Rights and Right-Wing Politics in Nicaragua, 1821-1979 By Victoria Gonzalez-Rivera
The authors claim that there is a strong correlation between low intelligence both as a child and an adult, and right-wing politics.