No Added: Not in the STRICTEST sense of the definitions. However you could be a Conservative with liberal views on some subjects (often referred to as a "Moderate" Conservative") or you could be a Liberal with conservative views on some… Full Answer
haha this is a good question... If the person is a moderate, it just depends on what party they want to be identified with. Another reason might be that if someone is a moderate and they voted for Bush over… Full Answer
Green Party - green, left liberal -> in America: left part of Dems Christian Democratic People's Party - centrist (moderate conservative) -> moderate Dems Radical Free Democratic Party - right liberal (pro business, social liberal) -> moderate Dems Swiss People… Full Answer
It means you can go with either. Like being in the middle. There are issues you can be very absolute on and are conservative, but there are also issues that are important liberal ideas that there is an agreement with.
Justices Thomas, Scalia, Alito and Chief Justice Brown tend to be conservative. Justice Ginsburg, Kagan, Sotomayor and Breyer tend to be liberal. Justice Kennedy leans to the conservative, but is considered moderate and will vote either way.
The terms liberal and conservative don't always correctly describe a person's opinions. People may be liberal or conservative to different degrees. Severe believers may call moderate believers as part of the opposite political group. The difference of the meaning of… Full Answer
Supreme court members are classified not by party (officially they must be politically neutral) but the may be classified by their judicial leanings: John Robert (Conservative) Antonin Scalia (Conservative) Clarence Thomas (Conservative) Samuel Alito (Conservative) Anthony Kennedy (Moderate) Ruth Baden… Full Answer
Bush was clearly a moderat LIBERAL. He would probably be considered a traditional liberal, because of his disatrous ultra-liberal economic policies, and his Neo-con stance on foreign policy, which is traditionally farily liberal. However, he was fairly right on social… Full Answer
While his political opponents insist he is liberal (which to them is something bad), the truth is that whether as a senator or as the president, Mr. Obama has generally been a moderate or a centrist, leaning somewhat to the… Full Answer
A liberal believes that government can be used to alleviate social ills. A conservative holds that individuals are responsible for their own situation, and government should not be involved. A moderate holds an intermediate position between liberal and conservative. Democrats… Full Answer
Mitt Romney is a moderate conservative. He has conservative views but is willing to listen to the people and compromise to find a solution that most people can be happy with. It depends on when you ask and who asks… Full Answer
It depends on the Lewis Powell you are talking about: #1) Lewis F. Powell, Jr., the Ass. Justice of the Supreme court was generally considered conservative however some people did consider him a moderate. #2) Potential Lincoln assassin was conservative.
Associate Justice William Cushing was a member of the US Supreme Court from 1790 - 1810, a time when terms like liberal, conservative and moderate weren't part of the political lexicon. Cushing supported abolition of slavery, which would certainly be… Full Answer