Four Pillars of Conservatism

, Malcolm A. Kline, 1 Comment

For academics attempting to decipher conservatism, veteran publisher and conservative Alfred S. Regnery can introduce them to the four pillars of the philosophy, and they’re not going to like it one bit.

According to Regnery:

• The first pillar of conservatism is liberty, or freedom.
• The second pillar of conservative philosophy is tradition and order.
• The third pillar is the rule of law.
• The fourth pillar is belief in God.

 

One Response

  1. Monty Weddell

    January 16, 2018 11:55 am

    #1 Belief in God and that one rights and liberties are from God
    #2 Government should be limited and controlled by the people, for the
    people and its purpose is to protect the Constitution, Bill of Rights
    and to insure protection and gurantees of life, liberty, freedom, etc.,
    of its citizens
    #3 Belief in a representative form of government with checks and
    balances of its “Parts” and the rule of law, adult suffrage…….
    #4 Preserve the Status Quo and preserve our heritage, traditions….

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