Top 10 Power Brokers of the Religious Right

From Counterpunch:

The United States is home to dozens of Religious Right groups. Many have small budgets and focus on state and local issues; the most powerful organizations conduct nationwide operations, command multi-million-dollar bank accounts and attract millions of followers. They have disproportionate clout in the halls of Congress, the White House and the courts, and they wield enormous influence within the political system.

What follows is a list of the nation’s Top Ten Religious Right groups, as determined by publicly available financial data and political prominence.

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  1. I live about 100 miles north of Colorado Springs. For some reason, the Focus on the Family Visitors Center actually has an official “Next Exit” green sign on I-25 as you come into town.

    By the way, that stretch of I-25 is officially marked as the “Ronald Reagan Highway.”

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