Difference between revisions of "Traditional values"

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* [[Libertarian|Libertarian values]] and [[Conservative values]]/Traditional values are the original [[American]] [[Patriot]] values
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* [[Capitalism]] and [[Free enterprise]]
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* [[Family values]]: [[Virginity]], [[Sanctity of life]], [[Family]]-[[Marriage]], [[Homeschooling]] teaching [[Virtue]], [[Duty]], [[Credibility]] and [[Self-reliance]]
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Revision as of 18:10, 22 May 2017

Traditional values refers to those ideals and values held to be true because of their long history and proven success, in contrast to "progressive values", which are held to be true precisely because they are new. Traditional values include; support for the family and for marriage, support for gun owners (unalienable gun rights enshrined in the Second Amendment) and small business owners (private property versus income redistribution and ObamaCare), opposition to destructive social experiments such socialism, communism, homosexuality and free love.

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