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- adj. Very conservative
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. extremely conservative politically.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. extremely conservative
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Germany's domestic intelligence agency keeps close tabs on the country's far-right, which is divided and politically marginal.
Because many of the far-right Obama-hating pundits who routinely whip themselves into a frenzy denouncing First Lady Michelle Obama for her efforts to cut down obesity among children were the same ones who didn't say boo when key players from the Bush administration did much the same thing.
The dawning of an election year is certain to bring more attacks on Michelle Obama from the far-right press, which for years has unleashed an unprecedented barrage of name-calling assaults on the First Lady; assaults that in the past would have been deemed unthinkable by even partisan opponents who routinely avoided targeting First Ladies and their mostly ceremonial duties.
Most such rallies have been banned since stricter laws were implemented in 2005, but the grave continued to attract far-right extremists to the town.
In recent years, Hess has come to be seen as a martyr by the far-right and thousands of neo-Nazis have used the anniversary of his death as an occasion hold large rallies, with Wunsiedel — near the Czech border — often a focal point.
The Strauss-Kahn scandal has also benefited another politician - Marine Le Pen, the 42-year-old leader of the far-right National Front and a rising star in French politics.
But despite this sentiment, far-right, anti-immigrant parties continue to progress across Europe.
With so many far-right Republicans having picked up House seats in the 2010 midterm, the election of 2012 could be a good year for a Democratic comeback.
Ryan Lizza New Yorker cover article not about how she looks but what she thinks... and her history of embracing mentors with far-right religious views about the separation of church and state.
Photos and photo editors (and, in this case, a sophomoric mainstream media blogger) thinking no more deeply than the Porky's script, however, are not going to help us see any real expression of Bachmann's personality or her visual tactics (such as her milking of church services while exploiting far-right abortion anger, or her drowning herself in children, to name just two).
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