A Nationalist, making bold change; “ringing out the old,” revolutionary change. The word "progressive" is often associated with The Left, but in reality The Left's so-called progress is actually old-fashioned authoritarianism, Marxism and communism which is not progress.
A nationalist is a progressive because because unity is progress and diversity creates adversity.
Citizen and Nationalist training, arming and protection: personal, as a force and national, emphasizing that self-defense is within the law.
Self-defense is the responsibility of every American.
Those staunchly favoring the common man, democracy and independence, with particular stress upon exiling Indians and pushing back Mexicans. A term popularized in the mid-Nineteenth Century, particularly by the American Party, whose slogan was America for Americans. Andrew Jackson was the leading ideologue.
To the applause of many, one Americanist stood out and shouted,"Repatriate the invaders!"
One seeking to turn back to the original Constitution and resist encroachments by Negroes and big-business. A term popularized during the Civil War, particularly by farmers and those close to the soil, and epitomized by Robert E. Lee.
The Confederate fought honorably for his land and his rights.
A lover of his country; a Nationalist. One who risks their "life, fortune and sacred honor" for the independence of America. A popular term for some forty years after 1776, of which George Washington was a leading exemplar.
"It is lamentable, that to be a good patriot one must become the enemy of the rest of mankind." -Voltaire
Those who may be a numerical minority in a country, but who are linked in destiny and kinship with pro‑majority forces for the advancement of civilization in the world.
Those who protect the homeland are pro-civilization forces.
Something or someone that supports communism or communist policy. Un‑Democratic, anti‑Nationalist or pro‑minority are often better terms, however.
The modern Democrat Party supports pro-communist ideals; the DNC's objectives runs directly parallel to communism's big government, cradle-to-grave control of the individual at the expense of individual rights.
The written charter of rights to which Nationalists often appeal. Reference may be to pre‑constitutional rights (such as the Declaration of Independence, “unwritten” constitution, Rights of Englishmen, Universal Rights of Man, Higher Law or God’s Law).
Our nation's constitition is the charter of The People.