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American values are the common values that all [[Real America|real Americans]] hold dear: to hold dearly the teachings of the [[Bible]], to always love one's neighbor, and to support the ideals of small government which have made this country so great.
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'''American values''' are the common values that all [[real America]]ns hold dear: to hold dearly the teachings of the [[Bible]], to always love one's neighbor, and to support the ideals of [[Republicanism]] and small government (contrast with [[big government]], [[nanny state]] and [[police state]]), which have made this country so great. These traditional values on which the [[United States]] was founded, also include [[Oath Keepers|supporting and defending]] the [[Constitution]] and its [[Bill of Rights]], [[gun rights|gun ownership]], faith, and [[libertarian]] [[conservative values]] and ideology since the time of the [[Founding Fathers]].
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== See also ==
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* [[Conservative values]]
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* [[Small town values]]
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* [[Family values]]
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*[[Traditional values]]
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===Contrast With===
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* [[Liberal values]]
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* [[Public school values]]
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* [[Hollywood values]]
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* [[San Francisco values]]
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* [[Fashion industry values]]
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* [[Professor values]]
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* [[Obamunism]]
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==References==
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{{reflist|2}}
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[[Category:Conservative]]
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[[Category:Virtues]]
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[[Category:Pro Second Amendment]]
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{{Conservatism}}

Latest revision as of 21:14, 2 June 2017

American values are the common values that all real Americans hold dear: to hold dearly the teachings of the Bible, to always love one's neighbor, and to support the ideals of Republicanism and small government (contrast with big government, nanny state and police state), which have made this country so great. These traditional values on which the United States was founded, also include supporting and defending the Constitution and its Bill of Rights, gun ownership, faith, and libertarian conservative values and ideology since the time of the Founding Fathers.

See also

Contrast With

References