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- n. The ideology of the political right.
- n. Belief in or support of the tenets of the political right.
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- n. Belief or support of he principles of the political right.
- n. An act or statement supporting the political right.
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- n. the ideology of the political right; belief in or support of the tenets of the political right
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To the general charge of "rightism" was now added a new one of '' alliance with counter-revolutionary Trotskyism. "
Those of us who live in Florida know Rubio is a dangerous demagogue and narcissistic hypocrite whose radical rightism has left our state in shambles.
He warned that the same forces have been trying to spoil the concept of federalism by gearing it towards rightism and racism.
If you're paying attention, you'll see an awful lot of rightism on our so-called liberal left.
All 'things' conservative might be termed 'right' or 'rightism,' and the other 'things' termed 'left' or 'leftism.'
Thus, right-brain thinking is leftism, and left-brain thinking is rightism.
Unfortunately up till know the electorate has only been presented with big government leftism and big government rightism.
You can tell it is 'them' (rightism and fascists) because fraud and falsehood is their m.o. Whether or not you bring Rules of Names, barely concerns me.
By now Mr. Ying was fed up with the lack of zeal displayed by my mother and her colleagues, and he told her that the fact that she could not spot rightism showed she was 'rightist material' herself.
This group attempts to influence Washington by promoting politicians who follow their own brand of "rightism."