The core values of the American right are individualism, capitalism, religiosity, and nationalism. This has been consistent for most of the twentieth century.
The great majority of far right organizations and individuals tend to adhere to an ideology that includes: strong support for religion (primarily Christianity), intense nationalism/ patriotism, anti-Marxism, antiliberalism, anti-social- democracy, and support for nations that are traditional authoritarian dictatorships. In addition, a number of extreme right organizations have developed convoluted conspiracy theories that embrace some elements of superstition and mysticism, such as the "Illuminati" and Masonic conspiracies.
Many right extremist groups focus on ethnic/racial chauvinism as the main component of their ideology--Aryan Nations, the various Ku Klux Klans, the Nation of Islam, and the New Order, for example. Others, such as the John Birch Society and Christian Crusade, eschew ethnic/racial prejudice as part of their ideology. The tendency of many writers to regard the entire right wing, from moderate conservative to neo-Nazi, as objectively "racist" is simply not justified.