right wing extremism

Ron Johnson: Too Extreme for Wisconsin

Another video in PFAW's series of "in their own words" ads, we show that Senate candidate Ron Johnson is too extreme for Wisconsin.

Rand Paul Explains Why He Is Too Extreme For Kentucky

PFAW's latest Rogues' Gallery web ad shows that Senate candidate Rand Paul is too extreme for Kentucky.

Rand Paul: Too Extreme for Kentucky

PFAW's latest web ad shows that Senate candidate Rand Paul is too extreme for Kentucky because of his positions on government regulation, corporate accountability, and civil rights.

New TV Ad Asks: “Who’s Controlling Ken Buck?”

People For the American Way today released a TV ad in Colorado today calling out Senate candidate Ken Buck for the millions of dollars in support he’s received from shadowy corporate interest groups

Ken Buck in His Own Words

The first video in PFAW's series of videos showing extremist right-wing candidates in their own words, it's clear that Senate candidate Ken Buck is too extreme for Colorado.

Pat Toomey: Too Extreme for Pennsylvania

In the latest in PFAW's series of "in their own words" ads, we show that Senate candidate Pat Toomey is too extreme for Pennsylvania.

Ken Buck: Too Extreme for Colorado

In our new Colorado TV ad, we ask "Who's in the shadows behind Senate candidate Ken Buck?" The answer: millions from shadowy corporate interests trying to brainwash American voters.

New Web Video: Pat Toomey in His Own Words

People For the American Way's latest ad shows that right-wing Senate candidate Pat Toomey is too extreme for Pennsylvania.

Pat Toomey: Too Extreme for Pennsylvania

In the latest in PFAW's series of "in their own words" ads, we show that Senate candidate Pat Toomey is too extreme for Pennsylvania.

New Web Video: Ken Buck in His Own Words

PFAW today released the first in a series of web videos showing extremist right-wing candidates in their own words. The video shows Colorado Senate candidate Ken Buck’s extremism on issues including abortion rights, gay rights, and social safety net programs.

Ken Buck: Too Extreme for Colorado

People For the American Way's latest ad shows that right-wing Senate candidate Ken Buck is too extreme for Colorado.

Ken Buck: Too Extreme for Colorado

PFAW's latest ad shows that Senate candidate Ken Buck is too extreme for Colorado

“Rogues’ Gallery” Report Profiles Far-Right Senate Candidates

People For the American Way today released “The Rogues’ Gallery,” profiling 15 far-right Republican nominees for Congress. The report makes clear that the Republican slate of nominees is everything the Tea Party or the Religious Right could want.

The Rogues' Gallery

In our latest report, PFAW takes an in-depth look at 15 of the far right's most extreme candidates for Senate, and it isn't pretty.

Palin Endorses Article Equating Obama with Hitler, Calling Obama Voters ‘Useful Idiots’

Last night, former GOP Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin tweeted her endorsement of an article by Thomas Sowell that compares President Obama to Hitler and calls those who voted for him “useful idiots.”

Texas School Board Votes to Omit Labor Leader Dolores Huerta from Curriculum

The Texas State Board of Education voted to adopt new curriculum standards that use the state’s education system to push a conservative political agenda, including rejecting a proposal to restore labor and civil rights leader Dolores Huerta to the elementary school curriculum.

Virginia Governor Celebrates the Confederacy, Forgets Slavery

Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell has repeatedly shown himself to be more radical than his Republican predecessors, this time neglecting to mention slavery while celebrating the Confederacy.

PFAW Report Exposes Right Wing Playbook Against Immigration Reform

People For the American Way released a report today previewing the strategies to be employed by right-wing activists fighting against common-sense immigration reform this year.

Tancredo Sets the Tone For Tea Party: Extreme, Racist, Nativist

Former Representative Tom Tancredo kicked off the tea party convention in Nashville today with an offensive speech in which he said President Obama was elected by “people who could not even spell the word ‘vote’ or say it in English” because “we do not have a civics literacy test before people can vote in this country.”

People For the American Way Foundation President Michael B. Keegan issued the following statement in response:

Pat Robertson Blames Haiti Earthquake on "Pact With the Devil"

Pat Robertson Blames Haiti Earthquake on "Pact With the Devil"
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