New Conservative Movement

There are only two political parties in America.

In Madison’s two-party, first past the post political system, commercial interests, or social classes, each had their own political party.

The wealthy citizens, originally called the “natural aristocracy” by Madison, had the Federalist Party.

The Federalist Party eventually morphed into the Republican Party, that promotes the commercial and financial interests of wealthy families and global large corporations.

At one time, long ago, common working class citizens had the Democratic Party to represent their interests. Eventually, the Democrat Party morphed into a globalist socialist party.

In Madison’s system of checks and balances, no political party promoted the liberty and freedom of citizens.

The New Conservative Movement acts as the political force for citizens to create their own new nation, called the Democratic Republic of America.

The principles and values of the movement are:

  • America first.
  • Citizen sovereignty.
  • Balanced federal budgets and limited defined debt.
  • Priority of state governments.
  • Free enterprise entrepreneurial capitalism.
  • Individualism and self-reliance.

The constitution of the Democratic Republic of America changes Madison’s representative republic into a democratic republic, built upon the federalist, state sovereignty framework of the Articles of Confederation.

You can learn more about The Democratic Republic of America at