One who believes the basic or fundamental doctrines of the Bible.
a "brown shirt nazi" And she really does believe that
a libertarian who believes in traditional values
a man who believes that nothing should be done for the first
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a person who demands personal responsibility, individual liberties and a minimized government
a political creature who wants to throw an existing tax structure in the history's most successful diverse society into the trash heap to be replaced by nothing they can even agree on
Any shade of political opinion from moderately right-of-center to firmly right-of-center. Of the two major parties in the United States, the Republican Party is generally considered to be the more conservative. “Political” conservatives in the United States usually support free-market economic principles and low taxes, and distrust federal, as opposed to state and local, government power. “Cultural” conservatives may be opposed to abortion or to the excesses of popular media.
In the United States, referring to a political ideology that supports individual liberties and minimal governmental involvement in the economy. Also, a social inclination toward traditional morals and values and a resistance to change.
traditionally, a person who prefers stability or the status quo vs. rapid and extensive changes in all aspects of society. Today, a political conservative in America usually believes in the limited authority of government, greater power to the states instead of the federal government, lower taxes and less government spending. On social issues, most conservatives are opposed to abortion and gun control legislation, while supporting the death penalty and tougher laws against criminal behavior.
Someone who doesn't belong to any organized political movement.