Rabu, 14 Juni 2017

Understanding Lobbying By Potomac Conservative Groups

By Patricia Adams

Conservatism, in definitive terms, is the regard of traditional values and principles with a reluctance to embrace change and modernism. Politically, Potomac Conservative Groups hold certain political ideologies that encourage capitalism, market liberalization and traditional social principles. Further, these factions are at the forefront of protecting specific institutions like religion, social classes, and ownership right. On the extreme end are those called Reactionaries, who loathe modernism and seek to return to the way life was in ancient times.

There are various sources of history regarding the beginning of conservativism movements. While some historians may argue that people developed criticism of status quo during the French Revolution, some think that the movement was influenced by a forecast provided by an Anglican elder, projecting the occurrence of conservative parties. That was back in the sixteenth century, two years prior to the revolution.

As it is known, change is inevitable, and Classical Conservativism ideologies do not deviate from this phenomenon. The movement does not entirely and utterly disregard modifications of the political and social status quo. Rather, they lobby for the transition to be organic, instead of revolutionary. It argues that any efforts to suddenly disrupt the network of societal interrelation just to preserve ancient doctrines goes against the principle of unintentional implications.

Most conservative parties in Prince William County are highly political, and lobby on critical political matters that upset the current sociopolitical balance. They advocate for private ownership of property, as in Capitalism, and preservation of individually amassed wealth. Members of these factions are often very punitive to criminals, for they tend to behold orthodox spiritual beliefs. Other characteristics of conservativism is their ethnocentricity and hostility to gays and other marginalized groups.

Depending on the attitudes, values and belief that a person holds, he or she can belong to certain types of conservatism. For example; there is are cultural conservatives whose sole quest is to preserve the cultural framework of the society by protecting the American heritage, especially with regards to languages. Secondly, there is social conservative parties that can be termed to belong to smaller class of the cultural movement. These safeguard the moral doctrines of the society.

Besides the aforementioned, there are those parties that belong to religious preservation factions. Their main intent is to protect religious doctrines passed through from traditional days. They preserve it through examples or through documented laws. Additionally, there is fiscal conservatism, which mainly seeks transparency by the government in public funds allocation and debts. Its view is polarized on the campaigns against a government that gets into debt too much at the expense of the taxpayer.

In the U. S, it is projected that conservative parties will be less influential in the next half a decade, with the current government regime seeking to de-emphasize their fundamentalism. Most reports have indicated that ideologies and philosophies that inhibit change are standing on the door of the government spending on bolstering infrastructure to a very large extent.

Nonetheless, conservatives have exhibited their relentlessness, and have countered the move to silence their voices, by trying to recuperate and incorporate more political figures from the congressional side to join their actions against such insensitive actions by the government.

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