Essay:Conservative Facts

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Conservative facts can be defined as true statements that support a conservative point of view. Since a conservative stance on an issue is very often in opposition to a liberal one, liberals will often become uncomfortable in the face of such facts. Liberals may attempt to explain away what they disagree with by using deceit or poor logic, or they may choose to deny the truth outright. As with other facts that do not necessarily support or refute a political stance, conservative facts are completely verifiable and absolute.

Examples of Conservative Facts

The article "Liberal denial" contains many examples of facts that support conservative viewpoints.

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