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What are liberal party views?
There are many generalized liberal party views. Some of these include a women's right to chose to have an abortion, helping disadvantaged people, as well as legalizing marijuana.
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Not usually. Right wing parties tend to hold conservative views.
True or false If you speak of a right-wing party you are speaking of a group which holds liberal views?
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Abortion is a personal choice for the mother, the fetus is not a human life thus has no individual human rights. Affirmative action from the federal government is needed to co…unteract racism in American society. Capital punishment is cruel, inhumane and should be abolished. Government regulatory statutes are needed in all areas of the economy to maintain and protect citizens from the greed of big business. Government should focus additional funds on existing public schools, raising teacher salaries and reducing class size. Oil and other fossil fuels are a depleting resource. The government must explore other sources of transportation energy as well as other uses of energy. Euthanasia should be a personal choice, not regulated by the government. Production of carbon dioxide through the burning of fossil fuel has increased the atmospheric content of insulating green house gas. The temperature of the atmosphere is slowly increasing above levels measured in the past due to natural increases caused by cyclical events such as solar and other influences. The U.S. contributes roughly 25 percent of the global warming gas carbondioxide. Proposed laws to reduce carbon emissions in the U.S. are urgently needed and should be enacted immediately. The second amendment to the U.S. Constitution, part of the U.S. Bill of Rights states a well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State shall give the right of the people to keep and bear Arms and this right shall not be infringed. The liberal view and interpretation of this amendment is that the free state has the right to protect it's citizen's with a national guard, militia and should protect it's citizens through official enforcement of the laws governing the states. This interpretation also includes the philosophy that gun laws are necessary to stop gun violence and limit the ability of criminals to obtain guns. Low cost or even free healthcare should be provided by the government to those americans who can not afford it and are deprived of this basic right. Independant selection of air passengers for screening should not be dictated by race or appearance, and should be random. Various ethnicities and or Arabs and Muslims who are generally innocent should not be a target for selection for this profiling resulting in invasive search and interigation and in some cases incarsaration. Undocumented Immagrants who have entered the U.S. illegally should be granted amnesty and given rights to educational and health benifits that citizens recieve as well as financial aid, welfare, social security and medicaid. Government has the right to use eminent domain with compensation to the owner. Separation of church ans state. The philosophy is that if the government can not dictate an individual's religious belief's, they are not responsible for the cost of religious practices and thus, public funded entities such as government offices, schools, any government owned entities shall not enforce, nor allow any religious connotation with in the institution. There for, the government is not dictating a specific sect of any religion to the participants of the institution there by allowing all citizens of the United States to have full freedom of religion outside of the governemt. The government should ensure equal rights for all individuals who want to be legally married regardless if the couple is male/female or not and should protect the rights of gay's, lesbian's, transgender individuals to be married legally in the United States. Social Security should be protected at all costs. Reduction in bennifits is not a reasonable option. Injustice and inequity in society can only be protected against by higher taxes, larger government and the percentage of taxes paid should be a factor of revenue generated by the tax payer so that the rich pay more taxes than the poor. The U.S. has the moral and legal obligation to support the United Nations to promote peace and human rights. The U.S. should submit its national interrests to the greater good of the global community.
The liberal party was founded in 1944 to replace the United Austrlia Party. The United Australia party was formed in 1931 which was governed by Robert Meckenzie.
To create closer ties to the United States, particularly through liberalized trade.
Yes liberal is left and conservative is right
Liberals tend to favor policies that help the poor, workers, and middle class. They would favor individual liberty, support the right of workers to engage in collective bargai…ning, and endorse public education, public transportation, and a single payer medical insurance option.
They believe change is necessary to make society more equal.
"Richer, Greener, Fairer"
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Liberals are all for individual rights. The Patriot Act involves phone tapping, invasion into personal emails and records. Thus, Liberals are very anti-Patriot Act.
In Patriot Act
examples of liberal commentators are Sean hannity rush limbaugh glenn beck and mark levin. also tv will forte examples of conservative commentators are Keith olbermann rachel… maddow and Ron Reagan
the liberal party policies are what they think they should do , the current policies of the liberal democrats leader is to make things easier for the less well off like taking… down tax rates and making them higher for the better off. jesss is so cool yea
Canada's Federal Liberal Party is Canada's oldest still existing party, though they are going through a rough patch. They ruled Canada for most of the 20th century making Cana…da effectively a single party state in many ways. Politically they wanted and want Liberalized Trade with the USA and closer ties to the USA rather than Britain, smaller military, more social programs and more rights for some of Canada's founding peoples. The 20th century saw them achieve most of that and the Canada we have today is for the most part their creation. Key beliefs have been flexible to enable them to maintain power. Their largest block of support has come from French Quebec with much less support in Western Canada, which was not needed in our system.