A true conservative conserves natural resources for future generations.

A true conservative conserves violence, preferring affordable win-win solutions to conflict over costly devastation, loss of human life, and destruction of natural resources.

A true conservative balances budgets — cutting spending when necessary, yes, but also taxing as much as necessary to make budgetary ends meet and to leave no debt for future generations.

A true conservative conserves religion by practicing rather than preaching, respecting freedom rather than violating the values and equality of other people.

A true conservative conserves freedom and democracy by protecting individual rights and opposing control of communication, information, and the electoral process by big money.

A true conservative conserves material truth by repudiating superstition, presumption, half-truth, deception, and blind faith.

A true conservative conserves values by not pre-emptively attacking and mischaracterizing the values of others.

A true conservative conserves the rights of all — not just the rights of a majority or of a privileged group.

A true conservative conserves prosperity for the future, not immediate selfish indulgence.

A true conservative conserves.