You can't keep track of the players without a scorecard. The "right wing" is sufficiently diverse that it includes people I wouldn't want to place in the same room unless I wanted
to call the paramedics afterward.
Speaking personally, the closest descriptor for my politics is Libertarian, but I doubt most of them would consider me a member of the congregation, because I part company on how much of the Libertarian ideal is possible
in practice. It's been the basis of an assortment of SF treatments, but they tend to start from the premise that a Libertarian society arose from the total collapse of a prior one, which is a higher price than I feel like paying.
I used to consider myself a moderate Republican, but the Bush administration alienated me, and the three ring insanity circus, complete with lots
of clowns, that are the Republican primaries has broadened it. If we were seperated before, I think we're divorced now.
I'm not a lot more enthusiastic about the Democrats, and unfortunately, paternalist authoritarianism is pervasive on that side, too. Alas, the old saw "In a Democratic society, the people get the kind of government they deserve"
is all too true. Enough people actually voted
for the clowns to put them into office.