- Dead right. Weisberg, Jacob // New York;1/29/96, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p20
Focuses on issues concerning the influence of ultraconservatives in the Republican Party of the United States. Author's impressions at a New Hampshire Gun Owners presidential forum; Prospects for the different Republican presidential candidates; Political leaning by the candidates.
- GOP members want leaders to push conservative agenda. Gizzi, John // Human Events;02/21/97, Vol. 53 Issue 7, p1
Focuses on US Republican Party members' call for initiatives on the conservative agenda, as discussed in a party summit held February 7-9, 1997 in Williamsburg, Virginia. Control of federal spending as a top priority; Passage of the Working Families Flexibility Act.
- The promise of conservatism. Wallop, Malcolm // Human Events;03/21/97, Vol. 53 Issue 11, p1
Focuses on the American conservative movement and the role of the Republican Party on this movement. Question on party's elementary political competence; Everyday mission of American conservatism; Agenda of the movement.
- Righter than thou. Nichols, John // Progressive;Jun95, Vol. 59 Issue 6, p30
Comments that the norm in the Republican Presidential campaign is geared more toward rightwing extremism. Lack of limit to rightwing rhetoric; Views on President Bill Clinton's foreign policy; In-party politics.
- Divided GOP Won't Succeed. Schlapp, Mercedes // U.S. News Digital Weekly;3/22/2013, Vol. 5 Issue 12, p20
A blog related to Grand Old Party and future of conservatism is discussed.
- Editor's notebook. Duvoli, John // Hudson Valley Business Journal;7/25/94 - 8/1/94, Vol. 6 Issue 7, p38
Speculates on the possible takeover by the religious right of the National Republican Party. Broadcasts of anti-minority and women's rights by WTBY, a radio station in Fishkill, New York; Negative portrayal of President Clinton by Conservative columnist Donald Kaul; Attempts to control the...
- To Start a Movement, Start Moving! // Progressive Populist;5/1/2014, Vol. 20 Issue 8, p3
The article reports on the protest led by Reverend William Barber, head of the state National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), against the rampant right-wing extremism of the Republican Party.
- Gingrich Lost and Found. LINDBERG, TOD // Policy Review;Apr/May99, Issue 94, p8
Comments on the consequences of the Republican Party's losses in the 1998 congressional elections on the political career of House Speaker Newt Gingrich. Description of a doctrine of Republican progress; Discussion on the anti-Washington character of conservatism; Background of Gingrich;...
- Right Young Things. // Advocate;May2010, Issue 1038, p11
This article is focused on the U.S. conservative LGBT political organization the Log Cabin Republicans, with mention of a gradual increase in the number of young members amidst a mostly white, male, and middle-aged demographic and with comments included from national spokesman Charles Moran.