conservatism conservatism  /kən ˈsɜr və ˌtɪ zəm/

Definition(s):

  • (n) a political or theological orientation advocating the preservation of the best in society and opposing radical changes

News

  1. How the GOP Can Win Back The Values Debate and How Dems Could Lose It

    The secret to what ails both parties, and our politics, is a return to the 2000s, the days of compassionate conservatism and culture-war compromises.
    on June 17, 2013     Source: The Christian Post

  2. A Tale Of Two Governors: What Rick Perry Needs To Learn From Jan Brewer, And Quick

    Jan Brewer and Rick Perry are both governors of solid red southwestern states, known for their uncompromising conservatism and their stalwart opposition to federal intervention, real or imagined. And both have gone on a recent veto binge, with Brewer...
    on June 16, 2013     Source: Mediaite

  3. Jackson defines ‘conservatism’ at panel event

    Bishop E.W. Jackson, Republican candidate for lieutenant governor, made a surprise appearance Thursday at a panel discussion presented by the Mechanicsville Tea Party. He defined “conservatism” in add
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Mechanicsville Local

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Quotes

  1. "Bill could go to the campus with that arch manner of his. And he was exciting and young and conservative," conservative author and columnist George Will told the AP in 2004. "And all of a sudden, conservatism was sexy."
    on Feb 27, 2008 By: George Will Source: CTV.ca

  2. Criticising the Tories, Ms Brooke said: "Real change and conservatism just do not sit together."
    on Sep 13, 2008 By: Annette Brooke Source: WalesOnline

  3. "That means our party has to make sure that it continues to govern in the interests of the broad majority of the population," Mr. Harper explained early this campaign. "That means not only that we want to pull Canadians toward conservatism...
    on Oct 2, 2008 By: Stephen Harper Source: Globe and Mail

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