Monday, April 29, 2013


Key Conservative Actions IV 5/12/13


Believe in God, and practice Christian morality—including faith, hope and charity. Fight to ensure an end to atheist-driven secularization in the nation.

However, we must not allow our freedom of religion to deter us from taking action against those who would destroy us, especially Islamic fundamentalists.

Believe in and live by a virtues ethic: especially prudence, temperance, justice, and fortitude. Live with integrity.

Recognize and account for the fact that man is imperfect, sinful, and capable of dastardly acts. The evidence? Islamofascist terrorism in 9/11.

Practice self-governance, independence, and morality. Government must not be the source for fulfilling all needs.

Maintain God’s natural law, natural rights, and natural duties, and reject provably disastrous ideas of atheistic collectivity, such as Socialism, Communism, Secular Humanism, etc.

Recognize that our government was formed and is maintained by the consent of the governed, and by representation in Congress and an elected President, as well as representative state governments.

We must fight to maintain our liberty and freedoms, and understand how constitutionalism has created a stable and free nation.

Uphold the Constitution of the United States of America as valid and fully applicable to modern life. Support right-sizing of the government. Do we need 1,170 or so agencies, bureaus, etc.?

Ensure that we remain committed to the rule of law and not the rule of man.

Employ right reason and prescription in all affairs, most especially for necessary changes to lives, to governance and for declaring and executing war.

Preserve our traditions, customs, conventions and institutions-- including among them marriage between a man and a woman.

Practice good citizenship, enlightened patriotism for our great nation, self-reliance and independence. Help the needy, the weak and the poor

Our Congressional system needs a complete overhaul. To mention a few areas: Campaign financing; term limits, maximum age; realignment if overlapping committees; earmarks;obligation to read bills; rules of the house and senate, strengthening oversight; and use of parlimentary tricks to name a few.

Revise the educational process to install sound curricula, reduce the influence of unions and progressives, and produce better educated students. Proper education of citizens is key to the success of our form of republic.

Defend the nation and its freedoms; support a strong military, and honor treaty commitments worldwide. Preserve the military manufacturing base.

Preserve private property rights as a major bulwark of freedom.

Institute fiscal responsibility: realize debt and debit reduction; and, ultimately, balance the budget.

Ensure free markets with willing nations, including appropriate regulations to prevent abuses.

Promote family as a building block, honor our heritage, and ensure future continuity of our way of life for our children.

Make effective humanitarian contributions to alleviate disasters worldwide, to promote global stability and to seed economic growth.

Promote scientific, engineering and manufacturing contributions to our way of life.

Use proper and cost-effective management and regulation of our natural resources and environmental conditions.

Develop and support strong community pride, spirit and cooperation. Extend this spirit throughout the nation.

Revamp immigration control, seal the border, allow supervised migrant workers, and reduce illegal immigrants throughout the nation.

Believe in just war to defend the nation, and in just killing--both for self defense and for the death penalty.

Preserve citizen’s second amendment rights to own and use guns and ammunition legally.

Provide for health care at reasonable cost, and ban elective abortions. Rescind Obamacare.

Maintain our sovereignty: deemphasize the United Nations organization and misguided or disastrous international movements--think Islam, for example.

Islam is a growing problem for the US. The Muslim world is dedicated to the overthrow of all infidel nations in favor of Islam. Once achieved, all infidels would be given a choice: 1) Convert to Islam; 2) Accept Dhimmitude (second class citizen) and pay fines; or 3) be put to death. We must fight back.

Work hard, be industrious and entrepreneurial, create and hold wealth, make jobs available, and live well. Wealth is good!

Do what is necessary to jump-start the economy that is currently: $1.4 Trillion per year deficient; $16.4 Trillion recorded debit; 12.4% actual unemployment; 40 million people on food stamps; and an open-ended stimulus policy. The dollar is in jeopardy of losing its reserve status, which would prevent simply printing money to pay debts; tax uncertainties are preventing job growth; and tons of new regulations are contributing to the downturn. We need a new fiscally responsible government team.

Examine every department of government in great detail to verify their need, to reduce fraud and waste, to remove incompetents, to control their budgets, and to remove regulations that are harmful to the nation.

Continue to reduce the influence of unionism throughout the country.

Elect men of good character, morally right, and wise, and that support these key conservative tenets.

Reject siren calls for confiscatory redistribution of wealth by the government. Vote for a flat consumption tax and no other form of taxation.

Restrict the courts from legislating from the bench in favor of the correct route through Congress. Judges must remain within their boundaries.

Practice zero tolerance for criminals. Let the punishment fit the crime. Seek recompense for the damages done.

Changes will be needed but they must be carefully vetted and instituted gradually to preserve continuity.

Fight against politically-driven and essentially useless multicultural diversity and political correctness. 

Promote freedom and liberty throughout the world.

(It needs to be said about realizing these actions: the devil is in the details! Let us dig into them and find the “hows”!

Monday, April 01, 2013

Foundations of Conservatism

Here is a brief outline of key principles for the conservative movement

• Believe in God and approach every thought and action with love.

• Develop your own spirituality and faith to the highest. Heed the lessons of the Bible.

• Follow the gospel teachings of Christ, the Decalogue, and the morality given throughout the Bible.

• Help America to remain good and dominantly Christian, yet tolerant of other religious outlooks. Be especially wary of Islamofascists, however.

• Apply virtues ethics in your life: faith, hope, charity, as well as prudence, temperance, justice, and fortitude. Of all these virtues, prudence is the key for conservatives. Be fully responsible for your own life.

• Maintain the moral order of our society against those that would change it, especially progressives and liberals.

• Do no harm, or else minimize the harmful impact of necessary and legal actions affecting citizens.

• Man can be good, and man can be bad, even evil: be prepared for this imperfectability of man. Have zero tolerance for crime and criminals.

• Maintain our freedoms, liberty, traditions, customs, institutions, conventions and above all, property rights. Property ownership is a bulwark that defends our freedoms.

• Respect all individuals and strive for their proper education, livelihood, and health. Excessive welfare is poison to democracy, thus, welfare should be reserved for truly needy cases.

• Hold fast to natural law, rights, and duties, as embodied in our Constitution.

• We must institute a flat tax, budget spending yearly, reduce debts, and eliminate yearly deficits. Then regulate appropriately.

• National security is the main task of government. We must defend the nation against those who would corrupt or destroy it. Continued vigilance is the price of freedom, so we must maintain our military strength at the top.

• Restrict the courts to their proper role: that of interpreting the law.

• Strive hard for a community and national spirit in the basic building blocks of family, home, neighborhood, city, county, state, and, thus, nation.

• Get involved in the political process. Show your patriotism. Promote diversity of all types to avoid stagnation and stultification. Ensure that States’ Rights are maintained.

• Use your entrepreneurial skills. Building wealth is good, not evil. Wealth is a force for jobs, trade and financial stability.

• Strive for a better world: but, charity begins at home. Minimize UN influence.

• Promote practical environmental stewardship, neither that of the EPA, nor that of Global Warming freaks. Real science does not support AGW.

• Obey the laws of the land and civil laws: perfect them by legal means.

• Fight for border control against illegal immigrants, and deport those who cannot qualify for citizenship. Devise an effective migrant worker program to permit these workers to serve.

• Use checks and balances as a brake on power in a thoroughgoing way throughout government.

• Beneficial changes in government must be made, but no changes should be implemented without serious examination, test by trial of the consequences, and judicial approval.

• Change is necessary for a vibrant society, but we must ensure that the changes are incremental, not immediate. We must preserve the continuity of expectations of a stable society for future generations. Look for the long-term effects of any change, and proceed with caution.

• Changes in our customs, traditions, conventions and institutions must be validated by tests and trials as well. The wisdom embedded in these historical guidelines and rules is immense and must be preserved.

• Remain staunch foes of atheistic socialism, communism, and totalitarianism, and other forms of collectivism. Fight atheistic, liberal, and humanistic programs that do not mesh with conservative principles.

• The Bible records that a person exists from the moment of conception, thus, abortion is murder.

• The Bible also condemns homosexual activity, thus, same sex marriage is an abomination.

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