A coalition of right-wing Protestant fundamentalist (see fundamentalism) leaders who have become increasingly active in politics since the Supreme Court's 1972 decision in Roe versus Wade. Among its leaders are Jerry Falwell and Pat Robertson. The Religious Right sponsors a network of Christian bookstores, radio stations, and television evangelists. Opposed to abortion, pornography, and what it views as the marginalizing of religion in American public life, the Religious Right has also championed prayer in the public schools. In the 1980s it gave strong support to President Ronald Reagan.
The ban was imposed by prime minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto in a populist effort to cultivate the religious right.
The problem: Pawlenty comes off like a Good Samaritan at a time when the religious right wants fire and brimstone.
Halutz, it was reported, wanted to mend the rift between the army and the religious right after the Gaza pullout.
It should not have been a surprise that Tea Partiers were so synonymous with the religious right.
More important, the religious right never made a “comeback” in the 1970s.
I felt so much braver criticizing the religious right when I actually worked for FOX News.
But now that Putin has declared war on gays, the religious right is in full support of its freedom-limiting tactics.
“Alaska, especially Wasilla, has been leaning very far toward the religious right,” she says.
Others, more quietly but just as insidiously, operate from the Muslim religious right.
We shall not be suspected of claiming for the Established Church alone the religious right to sanctify the marriage obligation.