posted on Jan, 24 2011 @ 02:27 PM
reply to post by projectvxn
The 1920’s saw the rise of what is now termed the ‘Old Right’ where American Conservatism reached its peak. Exemplifying true Conservative
values of limited government, taxation, and regulation along with more personal freedoms while still holding onto tradition, religion, and morality
all combined together with Non-interventionism, Isolationism, and Protectionism. That is what the real Conservative movement is all about.
The three words which always explained the Conservative values were never more true than during the 1920’s; Family, Faith, and Flag.
Family, in the sense that the core of American life, economy, and culture revolved around the family and that the job of government was to make a
healthy atmosphere for family life.
Faith, in the sense that everyone was entitled to their own religion and should not be subject to persecution for that belief and that although
America has many beautiful religions and non-religions we respect that Christianity plays a key role in our nation and thus should not and cannot be
silenced from the public.
Flag, in the sense that we are proud to be Americans of all ethnic and religious backgrounds working together and rallying around the ideas that make
our nation special; life, liberty, and justice.
I gave you a Star, project.