The World Must Have Its Good Side.
Conservatism is becoming just a mere word in the political arena around the world;
but especially, in the United States of America, whose foundation is strictly based
on its ideological and basic beliefs. Simply put, "In God We Trust" is losing its
The love of one's country or patriotism comes first, and then the discipline to run a
country's political life on contrite and ethical motives or premises, which are
followed by true emotional feeling for freedom. It (freedom) is the strongest element in the Universe, known and unknown; and whose source is from above, beyond all planets, cluster of stars and/or galaxies; and therefore not given by humans.
In other words, there happens to be nothing, tangible, realistic or spiritual, that
the human mind has ever conceived or proposed, which is not already in operation, before its physical stature (human being) appeared or arrival on this earth. In fact, he or she (human being) is just a pawn, imbued with a liberal presence of mind to do just as he or she pleases; but also to have the awareness that every action taken by him or her must have some result or consequence.
Good or bad, right or wrong; they are all part of the human system, with the conscience being the generator to decipher them; and so, the choice becomes his or her's (human's) to make, with all the restrictions, pros and cons, stemming from it (conscience).
There is no gainsaying the fact that those, who had come to the New World had done so to enable them to exercise that freedom. Yet, they will be joined by others, who may have a different outlook on life; and they also failed to anticipate that those "strangers" that have come in will one day be in the majority, and will change everything around; laws, values, rules and regulations, etc., making the freedom they seek (or sought) futile; unless they decide to protect it.
That is the issue Conservatism is facing in the United States at the moment; and the question is, what are Conservatives going to do about the situation?