Conservatism for Children
and What
Conservatism Means


Victor Edward Swanson,

The Hologlobe Press
Postal Box 5263
Cheboygan, Michigan  49721

copyright 2009

November 3, 2009
(Version 2)
(Draft version)

    Over the centuries, men and women have devised standards of good conduct and standards of good behavior, and these listed standards and others I have over the my years grouped under the heading "The Rules of Man," which are rules that can surely be found to have been associated with good people of all heritages of all over the world of the past and be found to exist in good people of all heritages of all over the world today.  One of the specific standards to surely exist as one of "The Rules of Man" is a person should not kill another person, except under true self-defense, and yet one of the other standards to surely exist as one of "The Rules of Man" is a person should not steal from another person.  Without a doubt, some of the rules presented have existed in religions and even political principles or beliefs over age of man, and since the 1700s, one set of political beliefs has contained ideas associated with "The Rules of Man," and that one set of political beliefs is commonly defined as "conservatism," which also contains rules that can strictly be associated with politics, especially the policies of politics that exist in the founding beliefs of The United States of America.
    The purpose of this document is to show what "conservatism" has been, what "conservatism" is, and what "conservatism" will always be, since "conservatism" never changes, as do not good rules that have existed for centuries by good people of all over the world, and this document is purposely made to give every child an overview of "conservatism" (though the document may have to be read and explained to them if they are young).  One of the first lessons that a child has to learn about "conservatism" is "conservatism" is not a bad word and "conservatism" as a set of rules is not bad, as people who do not associate themselves with "conservatism" continually promote it to be--bad.  "Conservatism" has values--good values--that can be defined, and "conservatism" does not evolve, changing to be something else, which might not have, for instance, at least some of the long established good values that have existed for centuries, and the rules of "conservatism" do not change.

- - - The United States of America - - -

    The underlying government structure of the United States of America is called The U.S. Constitution, and the creators of the document, who represented the colonies that would become known as the first thirteen states, set up the country with a number of  basic principles.  The U.S. Constitution sets up the three main parts of the country--the Executive Branch (which is headed today by a president and which contains a number of departments and agencies), the Legislative Branch (which is the U.S. Congress, which is made up of the U.S. Senate (made up of two persons from each state) and the U.S  House of Representatives (which is up of 435 members today, who are come from the states)), and the Judicial Branch (which is the federal court system today, on top of which is the U.S. Supreme Court, which is made up of individuals nominated by the U.S. President and confirmed by the U.S. Senate).  The U.S. Constitution contains amendments, the first ten of which are informally known as "The Bill of Rights," which are rules that define what rights each individual has in the country, some of which are the right to bare arms and the right to speak freely about politics.  The U.S. Constitution shows the idea of "Federalism," in which, really, it is the states that have give power to the federal government.  The U.S. Constitution is set up so that no one person has ultimate power, as has happened or happens in countries headed by "kings" or "dictators"

    By the way, "The Federalist Papers" are a number of documents that were written by James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and John Jay in the mid-1700s,, and the documents were logic pieces or arguments designed to show individuals of the colonies, which would become states, why they should ratify the proposed constitution, and The U.S. Constitution was officially adopted on September 17, 1778, and it began to be used on March 4, 1789 (a little after enough states had ratified the document).

- - - On the "Right" or on the "Left" - - -

    Let me talk about the "right" and the "left" as it pertains to political descriptions in the country.  It has developed over the years that "conservatives," who are people that uphold the rules of The U.S. Constitution and like the way an which the structure of the country as it was originally set up, are defined as being on the "right."  I somewhat dislike that description, since I think that "conservatives" are like in the center of the wheel or the "hub" of a wheel that has spokes and a tread.  Conservatives can be likened to the founders of the country.  I say that people who do not uphold the rules of The U.S. Constitution are out of the "hub," and some of those are defined by most people today as being on the "left," which, I think, is a definition that does not make it clear that persons who can be identified as on the left" and people who do not uphold the rules of The U.S. Constitution, and I say that people who do not uphold the rules of The U.S. Constitution are somewhere out off the hub of the wheel, such as out on a poke of the wheel or out on the tread, which is where people who are truly opposed to The U.S. Constitution, such as "communists and "Marxists," one of whom is Barack Obama, or "extremists," such as those who would set off bombs to destroy buildings of the country, would be (by the way, "right-wing extremist" is a name that is sometimes used to identify a radical in the country, but you should not see the name as having any connection to "conservatism").  A big  reason that I dislike the "right" definition is because of how it is defined in some definitions of dictionaries; for example, Webster's Third New International Dictionary of the English Language Unabridged (Gove, Philip Babcock, Ph.D., editor in chief.  Webster's Third New International Dictionary of the English Language Unabridged, 1976, p. 1955) presents a thought that might give a young person a wrong impression of what on the "right" means--Under the noun section of "right" it states, for instance, that "right" can mean "a group or party in another organization that favors conservative, traditional, or sometimes authoritarian attitudes and policies."  In the United States of America, a person who is on the "right" is not a person who upholds that idea that the government should be an authoritarian-type government, since an authoritarian-type government is like a "monarchy"-type government or a "dictator"-type government (a "dictatorship"), and in the United States of America, a "conservative" does not favor "authoritarian attitudes and policies," since such attitudes and policies are not the idea of The U.S. Constitution.  However, it is commonplace that the word "right" is used to identify a conservative, and if a person hears the term "right," that person should keep in mind that a person on the "right" who is a conservative is really a person right on target with the structure of the country or right in or on the hub of the wheel in relation to how the country was originally set ups.  I must add that a person will hear the word "moderate" used in political ideas, but "moderate" is a really defective term, since it is hard to define it, given that a "conservative" is, in my discussion, in or on the hub or upholds the rules of The U.S. Constitution, and that makes me wonder what a "moderate" would uphold--if  you do not uphold the rules of The U.S. Constitution, then you must be somewhere out of the hub of the wheel, and a person who calls the self a "moderate," then that person must be someone who does not hold steadfast to the rules of The U.S. Constitution.

- - - Themes of "Conservatism" - - -

The Individual:
    In the United States of America is set up for the "individual," or the country is based on the "individual" and not on an "individual," and that means, for example, the government is set up to give rights and protections to each individual and the government is set up so that, in truth, it is each individual who owns the government, and the country is not set up to up a particular in person in complete charge.

Freedom of Speech:
    The main structure of the government gives each individual the right to voice, either verbally (in written form) or orally, opposition to the policies of politicians, the proposed laws of politicians, the established laws enacted by politicians, et cetera, and that right exists in the First Amendment of The U.S. Constitution (in "The Bill of Rights").

Limited Government:
    In truth, the people of a particular state give the government of the state its power, and all the states give the federal government its power, and, in essence, it is better for the country when the federal government remains beholden as much as possible to the state governments, because then the people of the states have a federal government that is more behold to them.  A conservative wants a limited federal government or wants a government that is not all encompassing or that cannot become all encompassing, but a conservative knows there has to be some type of federal government, such as a federal government feature that is a military, which can protect the overall country from other nations.  A conservative does not want the federal government to have central power over everything and make state governments (and, of course, local governments) useless, and a conservative does not what the federal government to be able to dictate everything about daily life, since a conservative knows no politician is smart enough or caring enough to know what is right for every individual of the country today and in the future.

Fiscal responsibility:
    In essence, "fiscal responsibility" is the idea of being responsible with money.  Mostly, the federal government gets what money it is able to spend on things by taxing companies, corporations, and individuals (it does get a bit of money in other ways, such as through royalties).  A conservative knows that, generally speaking, a government cannot buy something if the government does not have the money to buy, or, in other words,  a government cannot cannot spend what it does not have, as a person cannot spend money that the person does not have.
    However, a conservative knows that the actual money (dollars and coins) in the marketplace is printed by the federal government, and that the federal government is responsible for printing money.  The idea of how and when the federal government issue more dollars or coins is complex, and the conservative knows that the federal government cannot simply print money and print money endlessly, because that causes "inflation"--inflation is where, for one, the particular value of something becomes devalued by additional dollars or coins being put into the marketplace by the federal government.
    Here is an aside example.  If there were only one-hundred one dollar bills were in circulation in the country and if there were only one-hundred things in existence in the country, each thing would sort of have a value, and if the federal government were to put one-hundred more one dollar bills in the marketplace (by printing them), each thing would cost more dollars to buy.  That is one idea of inflation.
    A conservative knows that it is fiscal irresponsible for a federal government to spend more than what the federal government has.  If the federal government prints money, that causes inflation.  If the federal government borrows from other countries or sells U.S. bonds to foreign countries, especially when the amounts are worth billions or trillions, the federal government must in the future pay a fee for borrowing that money.

Taxes as Low as Possible:
    A conservative knows that it is good for the country when the taxes are as low as possible.  Since the federal government of the United States of America does not really create jobs or new products or services, the conservative wants the taxes taken by the federal government and all government entities of the country to be as low as possible.  When taxes are as low a possible, people have more money of which to invest in the products or services of businesses, which puts more people in the decision-making process to reward new or good products and services and reward good businesses and of which to invent in the creation of new businesses.  Government does not know what will come as ideas in the future for new businesses or new products or for new businesses offering existing types of products and services--for example, no government person can simply say, "Go invent something new!"  Individuals create things through whatever their minds do, and inventions come when they come, and when taxes are as low as possible, people have more money to sue for research and development on news products and make new products; creating something new, such as a new product, service, or business, is not without risk (and it takes hard work), or creating a new product, service, or business is a gamble, since it is not possible to know completely what will sell in the marketplace enough to make a venture worthwhile.  When government taxes businesses and people so much that making new products and services is hampered, a society stalls or dies.  Incidentally, when a government controls all production through direct control (as happens in a communist country) or highly indirectly controls controls products (which happens in a fascist country, as was Germany in the 1930s), there is no completion of products, and that allows poor-quality products to be more prevalent in the marketplace and allows more products not wanted by the people of a country to exist.  The government staff of a country is made up of only a few people in relation to all the people of the country, and when the few decide to take as much money as possible from the bigger group of people, few minds end up involved in the process to create jobs and products and services, and that is why a conservative wants taxes to be as low as possible.  And it must be remembered that when you tax and tax and tax, the people become poorer and poorer (having fewer assets, such as houses, cars, et cetera), and there comes a point when the government taxes the people so much that it cannot get any more out of the people.

    The conservative is for "capitalism," which is, basically, the idea that people and businesses can make money, especially what can be defined as "profit" as an end result for a good business or person ("profit" can come for a business or a person when all expenses, overhead, taxes, and the like are taken care of).  "Profit" is not bad, since, for instance, "profit" is what allows a business to grow or invest in other businesses or provide money to non-profit entities.  (By the way, Barack Obama has shown himself through many ways that he does not like the idea of "profit.")  "Capitalism" is not "communism," in which the government owns and runs businesses in the country, and "capitalism" is not "fascism," in which the government does not own and run businesses but is so restrictive with its laws that the government can essentially dictate all that businesses can do.  "Capitalism" allows the marketplace of consumers to decide what they want as products and services through how they spend their money, and when they spend their money, that can result in profit for good companies, which can use the money for numerous purposes, and when a business does not make product, which can be the result of providing bad products or services, the business goes out of business or goes bankrupt (which allows it, for one, to be restructured and maybe become a business with better management structure).  When capitalism does not exist and when government is the business community, the government is under no competition and is under no pressure to create good products and services, and the government is under no incentive to not waste money or to control corruption (that of putting money into the pockets of politicians)--money that is taxpayer money.

Freedom to Create Businesses:
     A conservative wants a person to be free to create a business or persons to get together to create businesses.  For one, a person should not have to go to the government to get the approval of a government official to create a business, and a person should not have to go to a government to get money for a loan, or the federal government should not have the power to say whether or not a particular business should be created or may continue to exist.  (Incidentally, Barack Obama has ties, such as through is father, to Kenya, where, at least sometimes, people pay money to politicians in order to get businesses started.)

Freedom of Money:
    A conservative does not want the federal government to own and run the banking industry (which can include banks, savings-and-loan institutions, credit unions, et cetera) of a country, because when the government owns and runs the banking industry, it can decide who gets to do what, and that leads to corrupt practices, where people have to pay tribute to government officials to get things created when loans are needed.  Remember: Many businesses can only be started up when the people who run them can get loans.

Freedom of Religion:
    A conservative believes each person should have the freedom to practice whatever religion that the person wishes to practice, and, in conjunction, the conservative knows that it is important that religion does not set the rules of law of the country, and the conservative believes, as much as possible, there should be a separation of "church and state," which means, in essence, religious matters should be kept out of government matters--for example, "Shira" (Islamic law) should not be considered as part of the rule of law in the United States of America, which is not a country in which one religion must be followed (as it must be in many countries of the world, especially in the Middle Eastern region of the world).

Freedom of Health Care:
    A conservative does not want the federal government to have a monopoly in the health-care industry of the country.  When the government is a monopoly in health care, each person is beholden to the government, which can say whether or not the person will receive medication or care or medical treatment.  When the government is a monopoly, each citizen does not have the ability to go to a competing medical service entity to get medication or treatment; for example, with a monopolist government-run medical system, if the government should deny care or treatment to a person, the person has no other entity to go to get care or treatment, and that is bad.  (For more information on the topic of health care, you should see my document entitled Health Care and Mass Failure: The Reasons it is a Dead Issue, a link to which exists at the end of this document).

Freedom of Travel:
    A conservative believes, basically, each individual of the country should be free to travel anywhere in the country without, for example, having show papers that give the person authorization to travel and to travel from a particular place to another particular place (which happens in some countries of the world), and a conservative knows the recent push to get the country into only electric cars is really a push to restrict the ability of citizens to travel in the country, since electric cars are going to be a failure with respect to long-distance travel and easy travel.

- - - Understood Ideas - - -

Thought Number One.
    A conservative knows the rules of "conservatism" apply to all men and women--no matter their race--being based on capitalism, which has no restrictions related to race and which is not based on one particular religion (such as a religion that has restrictive features on women).

Thought Number Two:
    A conservative accepts the moral rules that have been developed and have existed for centuries, and such rules might be called "The Rules of Man."

Thought Number Three:
    A conservative respects the individual and does not see the individual as subservient to the government or just another one of the masses under the government, who can be deemed as expendable, such as when the individual grows old and weak through age.

Thought Number Four:
    A conservative knows hard work provides rewards more than no work; however, a conservative knows success is not guaranteed and failure at times will probably come, but if no effort is put into life, no reward will very likely be possible, and a conservative knows that success may not come because of life--a person can become ill, a person can die in an automobile accident, et cetera.

Thought Number Five:
    A conservative understands government cannot solve the problems of every individual or cannot solve most problems of any particular individual, and a conservative knows government cannot guarantee success (anyway, what is success for one person may not be seen success for another person).

Thought Number Six:
    A conservative understands government can never do better than an individual can in creating businesses or understands government politicians as a group can never do better than a group of individuals working out of government in creating businesses, since government people are schooled in politics and not necessarily business, and one reason for that is government is clumsy in its decision-making.processes and is slow to do something because of many layers of bureaucracy.

Thought Number Seven:
    A conservative knows it is commonplace for the federal government to waste money and create useless construction projects and social programs.

Thought Number Eight:
    A conservative believes in the "rule of law," which, in essence, is a system of laws that show no bias based on skin color, religion, et cetera or is a system of laws that is color blind or religion blind, and that means, for example, the conservative believes in a law system and supports a law system that treats everyone equally in how court cases are ruled or ordinances are set up (when you set up laws that favor any particular group of peoples, you have a law system that is flawed and is not really a set of laws for every citizen), and a conservative believes in a law system that has been time tested, created through years of minds thinking about the subject and organizing the system.

Thought Number Nine:
    A conservative knows monopolies are bad, and what is worse is when government has a monopoly on anything, such as health care, business, and banking, and the conservative understands there has to be competition to spur the drive for quality in any feature of life.

Thought Number Ten:
    A conservative knows a person either has a set of values or does not, and a conservative knows good values do not change over time.

Thought Number Eleven:
    A conservative knows The U.S. Constitution is a good set of laws for every individual and knows The U.S Constitution is not a "living document," which can be changed at will and which contains material that does not apply over history and for the future.

Thought Number Twelve:
    A conservative knows that the ideas of being a "partisan" or working for partisanship and compromise can often be nonsense.  A conservative does not compromise on the true values of conservatism.  A conservative does not push for "partisan" ways of the federal government, because the conservative wants true conservatives in government jobs to not compromise when what will result will be garbage laws and garbage ways of life, over-spending by the federal government, et cetera.

Thought Number Thirteen:
    A conservative knows there are enemies of The U.S. Constitution and the United States of American outside the country and inside the country, one of whom is Barack Obama, who has stated publicly he thinks The U.S. Constitution is a flawed document since the The U.S. Constitution does not state what the federal government can do to the individual ("The Bill of Rights" notes what the federal government cannot do to the citizen), and a conservative accepts the idea that even elected officials of the country, such as a president, can be enemies of the country.  (For more on this subject, you should see such documents of mine as Patriots of the U.S. and the Counter-Counter Revolution,A History of Barack Obama Events: A Show of Deconstruction, Political Lessons for the Individual Woman and the Individual Man in the United States of America, Lessons for Children about Politics and Dangerous People, and Enemies of the United States of America: Politicians Who Have Hurt You and Your Family by Voting "Yes" on Bad Bills).

Thought Number Fourteen:
    A conservative knows there is time when the enemy must be attacked and defeated, and a conservative knows work to remove bad does not get done halfheartedly and continues on till the enemy is truly removed.

Thought Number Fifteen:
    A conservative knows it is not possible to save everyone, since there is a point when the person who--it is thought--needs help has to do for the self, and the conservative knows the conservative can only do so much, since the conservative has other matters of life to deal with, such as raising children, working at jobs, attending school, et cetera.  Persons exist in the country who were told, such as by religious leaders or politicians of the same race, that they need not learn English or learn well enough the ability to write, read, and speak English.  There are persons in the country--who for various reasons, maybe because of the urging of family members or close freinds--decided they should not graduate from high school.

- - - Considerations - - -

Number One:
    Here, I make note again of a number of ideas that have no ties to "conservatism."  A country run by a king or a dictator is not a country based on conservatism, since, in such a country, the dictator or the king is the supreme ruler, maybe till the dictator or king dies (in the United States of America, the U.S. President can only be the President for up to eight years at most, and the U.S. President can be fired, one of way of which is through the election process).  A country set up so that only the federal government and government officials can determine what businesses can be started and exist is not a country that has conservatism and capitalism.  A country in which the citizens are told by government officials when they can travel and where they can travel within the country is not a country that has conservatism within it.

Number Two:

   The conservative knows the "War on Poverty" (such as that idea of the Democrats in the federal government of the 1960s of trying to rid in the country) has been a failure, and the "War of Poverty" was a part of U.S. President Lyndon Johnson's hope for a "Great Society.".  The "War of Poverty," for example, has tried to "redistribute of wealth" (as Barack Obama would surely call it) in the country through federal laws, such as by giving poor people money directly, and, for example, the idea of simply giving money away has led to the destruction of many black individuals in the country, because they lost or never gained the self-respect as an individual who can do for the self.  And poor still exit in the county, such as in Detroit, where the Democrat Party officials of the Detroit area since the days of Coleman A. Young as mayor in the 1970s have resulted in a dead city, with a high adult illeteracy rate (which is somewhere around forty-seven percent) and a high umeployment rate (which was somewhat greater than 22 percent in mid-2009).

Number Three:
    The conservative knows the "New Deal" idea of U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt was and has been a failure overall.  For example, the federal government's choosing to spend a lot of money to (1) get the country out of the Great Depression of the 1930s and (2) increase employment did not work, as was noted publicly by Franklin Roosevelt's U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Morgenthau, Jr., who said, for instance: "...We are spending more than we have ever spent before and it does not work...." (You can see more on this subject by reading my document entitled T.H.A.T. #59, which can be reached by using this link: T.H.A.T. #59.)  The New Deal had other failures, and the conservative knows Barack Obama's spending great amounts of money, such as through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (February 17, 2009), and borrowing great amounts of money is based on the same failed economic themes of Franklin Roosevelt's--having the federal government spending a lot of money--and Barack Obama's spending ideas will hurt the United States of American and, in turn, the world.

Number Four:
    Each individual is important, but really each individual is small in comparison to what the country is--300,000,000 persons (or three-hundred million persons)--and the government cannot take into account the wishes and wants and desires of every individual, since there are too many people for the government to be able to do that, and the taking care of every person is too complex for a government to control well and properly.  The individual must ultimately do for the self or be nothing--and always be disappointed.

Number Five:
    No single description exists that can be used to identify the "conservative" on sight, and the job that a conservative does could be anything, and the general things that are liked a vary from conservative to conservative.  A conservative can be a woman, or a conservative can be a man.  A conservative may wear suits, or a conservative may wear blues jeans and a T-shirt.  A conservative could be a plumber, or a conservative could be run a bank.  A conservative could listen regularly to the music of Beethoven or the music of "country" artists" or the music of rock artists.  A conservative might like to go deer hunting, or a conservative might like to sail in a sail boat.

Number Six:
    The themes of conservatism do not change or they do not evolve over time,  For instance, the idea about people having free speech does not change; that is, it does exist this year and then not the next year, since the right to free speech is in The U.S. Constitution.  In addition, conservatism does not support limited government this year and then process big government next year.  And conservatism does not exist when a conservative happens to be the U.S. President and disappear when the person leaves office; for example, U.S. President Ronald Reagan (of the 1980s) was a "conservative" and believed in conservatism ideas, but when he left office and later died, "conservatism" still remained the same, and "conservatism" still exists in the world as an idea, and, actually, "conservative" is still the basis of the United States of America (of course, the idea of "conservatism" existed for decades and decades before Ronald Reagan was made a U.S. President).

Number: Seven:
    Children should be exposed to books that show the true meanings of the country and the true meanings of "conservatism."  For one, of course, children should read or should have read to them The Declaration of  Independence and The U.S. Constitution.  Adults who have small children should read to the children or children who in junior high or high school should read the book entitled Liberty and Tyranny: A Conservative Manifesto, which was written by Mark R. Levin and was released in March 2009.  Many true conservatives recommend people read the "Federalist Papers."  And there are a number of other books and articles that exist that children should see, but I will only note that they have to be tracked down.

Number Eight:
    A conservative understands the word "Democrat" does not necessarily mean "democracy," and that idea is taught to children.  Generally speaking, the core of the Democrat Party in the U.S. A. today is based on the principles of communism and Marxist.  Today, the president of the U.S.A., who is officially the head of the Democratic Party, is a Marxist, communist, "radical leftist."

Number Nine:
    A conservative can also be called an "originalist," a person who stands by the rules as originally defined in The U.S. Constitution or the originators of The U.S. Constitution.  Some people believe The U.S Constitution is a "living-and-breathing document," and that is bad, since the document were, the laws of underlying structure could be changed on a whim from day to day, and if a living-and-breathing idea is allowed to exist in relation to the courts, then what is left could be an oligarchy, in which judges--a few of the many individuals who make up a country--could change the meanings of rules and contracts and more from day to day, or they can impose rulings on the people at their whim.  A conservative should fight or go against any person who wishes to change the main structure of the country by discarding The U.S. Constitution or making The U.S. Constitution useless, one of whom is Barack Obama.

- - - Bibliography - - -

"Federalist Papers." 9 September 2009.

"Great Society.", 9 September 2009.

"New Deal.", 13 September 2009.

"United States Constitution.", 9 September 2009.

'War on Poverty.", 16 June 2009.

Philip Babcock Gove, Editor in chief.  Webster's Third New International Dictionary of the English Language Unabridged.  Springfield, MA: G & C. Merriam Company, 1976.  (ISBN 0-87779-106-6).


Note: The first version of this document was posted on the Internet on September 13, 2008.

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    can find the editions of both publications by
    going to the site-summary page of The
    Hologlobe Press.
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    Hologlobe Press, use this link: Summary.