The political landscape is a whole different day than it was in the 1990s.It is definitely more diverse in the present world than it was in the 1990s.People of all faiths participate and they may not agree with all the conservative values of the Christian Coalition or the way they conduct business.
No, I don't think the American hate group Christian Coalition will ever have the same kind of political influence as it once did. Here's the thing with hate groups, selling hate will only work for so long. Eventually people get tired of the negativity, and the constant begging for donations.
Although the term 'ever' is a very long time, I don't believe the Christian Coalition will have the same influence that it once did, because it has become very unpopular in the United States to declare Christian values. The media, as well as Hollywood, have made anyone who professes to believe in Christian ideals as outside the main stream. Thus, anyone who supports the stands that the Christian Coalition takes is mocked and ridiculed. This makes it extremely easy for politicians to ignore the segment of the population that supports this organization.
Consider that in the 90s we did not have nearly the connectivity that we do now. All of the Jim and Tammy Fay Baker scandal would have hit the fan messier and faster than it did. All of the scandals that frequent the Christian Coalition would now be aired for the entire world to see as they happen, meaning they're not going to thave the advantage of deception to earn their money and audiences.
I do not believe the Christian Coalition will ever have the same political influence as it did in the 1990s. The nation is becoming more secularized and less likely to follow long standing beliefs in the Christian tradition or people are more likely to point out the flaws in some of these beliefs. Because of this their influence will never be at the same level.