These conservative terms are less significant than the ones in Essay:Best New Conservative Terms:
||to pretend ignorance
||relating to charity
||The filibuster is no longer allowed under House of Representative rules, but is still allowed under Senate rules, as well as in some state legislatures.
||bright and radiant, conquering darkness, precursor to the invention of the incandescent lamp (light bulb)
||talking nonsense; the term comes from the Lewis Carroll poem of the same name, which contains numerous nonsensical words
|level playing field
||A term originally used to describe fair, competitive free market conditions. Liberal policies such as affirmative action and progressive taxation have been enacted in the name of leveling the playing field, but by favoring certain groups of people these policies do the opposite.
||one who opposes and even destroys technological advances
||timid and unassertive; easily persuaded or exploited; inspired by Caspar Milquetoast, the unassertive character in "The Timid Soul" cartoon strip by Harold T. Webster, which ran in the New York Herald Tribune on Sundays beginning in 1924.
||related to the election of Warren G. Harding by the largest margin yet in history
||"an idle worthless person" - Merriam-Webster
||restrained in expression, presentation, or appearance
||an obnoxiously conceited and self-assertive person with pretensions to being superior to others. Etymology: Aleck, nickname for Alexander 
|welfare to work
||refers to reforms curtailing welfare abuse and providing incentives to work rather than earn a government paycheck