Paleoconservatism, shortened to Paleocon is a statist, conservative, economically and socially right-wing to far-right political ideology. It originated in the United States, and stresses WASP (White Anglo-Saxon Protestant) ethics, Nationalism, Paternalism, Regionalism, and Traditionalism. It sometimes overlaps with the Old Right, who were Conservatives who opposed the New Deal in the 30s and 40s. Paleoconservatives also overlap with Paleolibertarians and Right-Wing Populists.
Economically, although Paleoconservatism is in support of a market economy, they are also staunch Protectionists, in favor of high tariffs and advocate for "economic Nationalism" in different measures & policies, varying from paleocon to paleocon. Paleoconservatism also opposes the Interventionist foreign policies advocated for by Neoconservatives, in fact Paleoconservatives are almost the complete opposite of Neoconservatives.
They also support heavy restrictions on immigration, Decentralization, Isolationism, and a return to traditional ethics & morals relating to gender, culture, and society. This includes opposition to abortion, gay marriage, LGBT rights, etc.
This is often due to Paleoconservatism having a massive overlap with Evangelicalism, and as such having a traditional Christian view of these issues. The Evangelical movement and Conservative Christianity in general is an enormous reason for Paleoconservatism's popularity. Because of the ideological common ground between Paleoconservatives and the Christian Right, it is more often than not that Christian Conservatives are Paleocons and vice versa. While one can be an agnostic or even atheistic Paleocon, it is usually through religion that Paleoconservatives reach their views.
Paleoconservatives see Neoconservatives as Empire-builders, and themselves as defenders of the American Republic.
The Old Right
Paleoconservatism is derived from the "Old Right" movement from the 1910s-1950s, who were a group of Conservatives, mainly Republicans but also some conservative Democrats from the south, unifed by their opposition to Franklin Delano Roosevelt and the New Deal. They typically favoured Laissez-Faire economics and shared ideals such as a defense of "Natural Inequalities", Authority, Traditionalism, Morality, Rule of Law, Nationalism, , Anti-Communism, Anti-Masonry, Anti-Zionism, and Anti-Imperialism, as well as skepticism of the growing power of Washington. They came into being when the Republican Party split in 1910, and was influential within that party into the 1940s. They pushed Theodore Roosevelt and his progressive followers out in 1912. From 1933, many Democrats became associated with the Old Right through their opposition to Franklin D. Roosevelt and his New Deal Coalition, and with the Republicans formed the Conservative Coalition to block its further progress. Conservatives disagreed on foreign policy, and the Old Right favored non-interventionist policies on Europe at the start of World War II. After the war, they opposed President Harry Truman's domestic and foreign policies. The last major battle was led by Ohio Senator Robert A. Taft, who was defeated by Dwight D Eisenhower for the presidential nomination in 1952. The new conservative movement later led by William F. Buckley, Jr., Barry Goldwater and Ronald Reagan adopted much of the domestic anti-New Deal conservatism of the Old Right, but broke with it by demanding free trade and an aggressive anti-communist foreign policy.
The terms " Neoconservative" and "Paleoconservative" were coined due to the division in American Conservatism concerning the Vietnam War between the Interventionists and the Isolationists. Those in favor of the Vietnam War continuing, were referred to as " Neoconservatives" (or "War Hawks": foreign Interventionists) while those who opposed the war were called "Paleoconservatives" (foreign Isolationist/ Nationalists).
Notable Paleoconservative politicians/figures include Pat Buchanan, Paul Gottfried, Alex Jones, Tucker Carlson and Mel Bradford to name a few. Despite many misconceptions, Ronald Reagan was not a Paleoconservative. He was an average conservative politician, who was actually closer in belief to Neoconservatism or Neoliberalism, if anything (although Reagan was greatly influenced by Pat Buchanan's beliefs).
Paleoconservatism has seen a revival as of late, with the election of 45th US president Donald J. Trump. Though many Paleocon's view of Trump as a sort of fake nationalist due to his rigorous support of Israel, Interventionism, failure to deliver on many of his campaign promises (notably the wall along the Mexican border), and concessions to progressive causes such as LGBT rights (outside of trans people). Regardless of how Trump himself is categorized, others regard Trumpism as supported by, if not a rebranding of, Paleoconservatism. From this view, the followers of the old right did not fade away so easily and continue to have significant influence in the Republican Party and all of American politics.
Recently, Paleoconservatism has also seen a mass resurgence in the online Conservative community in the form of the America First "Groyper" movement, founded by Nicholas J. Fuentes. In fact, Nick Fuentes runs a political commentary show by the same name, "America First" on his own website after being banned from nearly all social media (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Dlive, Instagram, TikTok, etc). for his political views, solidifying his status as a member of the "dissonant right". He is currently, one of the only major & mainstream Paleoconservative political commentators/activists, currently online. In addition, Don Blankenship, the presidential nominee for the Paleoconservative Constitution Party, ran for president in 2020.
Influence in other political ideologies
The Christian right, or Christian Conservatism, is a Christian political factions that is characterized by their strong support of socially conservative and traditionalist policies. Christian conservatives seek to influence politics and public policy with their interpretation of the teachings of Christianity.
In the United States, the Christian right is an informal coalition formed around a core of largely conservative evangelical Protestants and Roman Catholics. The Christian right draws additional support from other politically conservative Christians, such as Orthodox Christians and Mormons. The movement has its roots in American politics going back as far as the 1940s; it has been especially influential since the 1970s. Its influence draws from grassroots activism as well as from focus on social issues and the ability to motivate the electorate around those issues.
The Christian right is notable for advancing socially conservative positions on issues such as school prayer, intelligent design, temperance, Christian nationalism, and Sunday Sabbatarianism, as well as opposition to embryonic stem cell research, LGBT+ rights, comprehensive sex education, abortion, and pornography.
It is worth noting that despite Ronald Reagan himself being closer to a Neoconservative than anything else, he has nonetheless become a hero to both Paleoconservatives and the Christian Right.
The Alt-Right movement emerged from the Paleoconservatives, the younger generation of them, specifically. The movement was founded in 2010 by a former Paleoconservative and American White Nationalist, Richard B. Spencer who launched The Alternative Right to express his personal ideals after working as an editor for a number of Paleoconservative outlets. But the movement was not only influenced by Paleoconservatism, it also was inspired by the Dark Enlightenment, and the Nouvelle Droite.
The Paleoconservatives also greatly inspired the Paleolibertarian movement. It was the result of a political strategy of Rothbard which was allying with Paleoconservative and Old-Right sectors trying to expand Libertarian ideals among them while also using this alliance to appeal towards the Conservative populace of the US. This alliance was criticized by some mainstream Libertarians and also some non-Libertarian circles as trying to ally with racist and reactionary groups, to which Rothbard responded saying that libertarians needed to make themselves look more acceptable to Conservatives.
Many Libertarians such as Lew Rockwell, being the main among them, but also others such as Jeffrey Tucker, started identifying with the term. The alliance ultimately broke up after Rothbard, who was the only tie between Paleoconservatives and Libertarians had, died in the year 1995. Lew Rockwell, on the other hand, kept identified with the term until 2007 when he declared to have dropped the usage of the said term in part because people confused it with Paleoconservatism (That is, the term didn't have its own identity), and because Rockwell realized that the Paleoconservative movement tended to decrease freedom, not increase it.
Buchananism is a variant of paleoconservatism based on the ideology of political commentator and presidential consultant, Pat Buchanan. He was a special consultant to presidents Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, and Ronald Reagan. He is a major figure in the paleoconservative movement and his writings, morals, and values continue to influence many paleoconservatives. He ran for president thrice: in 1992, 1996, and 2000.
Buchanan became harshly critical of George H.W. Bush after he broke his "Read my lips: no new taxes" pledge. He ran for president in 1992, campaigning on a platform on social conservatism and anti-multiculturalism, including opposition to abortion and LGBT+ rights. He lost the Republican primaries and subsequently threw his support behind Bush.
In 1996, Buchanan ran for the Republican nomination for president again, but this time, he actually won the Republican primaries in Alaska, Louisiana, Missouri, and New Hampshire. In February, of that year the Center for Public Integrity issued a report stating Buchanan's presidential campaign co-chairman, Larry Pratt, appeared at two meetings organized by white supremacists. Pratt denied any ties to racism and defended his speech, according to a Rolling Stone Magazine article: "I myself would also talk to white nationalists and neo-Nazi groups. I talk to liberal groups, but people don't accuse me of being liberal. I wash all that off at home. It's important to talk to anyone who will listen."
In 1999, Buchanan left the Republican Party and switched to the Reform Party. In 2000, he ran for president for the third time, running on an anti-abortion, anti-NAFTA, non-interventionist, anti-immigration, and anti-LGBT+ rights platform. He won the Reform primaries and chose former schoolteacher Ezola B. Foster as his running mate. They lost the general election, finishing fourth with 0.8% of the vote. Following the 2000 Presidential Election, Reformers urged Buchanan to take an active role in the party. Buchanan declined, though he did attend the 2001 Reform National Convention. He left the Reform Party and returned to the Republican Party in 2004, shortly before the 2004 Presidential Election. However, Buchanan stated that he was no longer interested in running again.
In 2002, he co-founded The American Conservative magazine and since 2006, he has contributed to VDARE, a white nationalist website.
In 2016, Buchanan supported the presidential nomination of Donald Trump, running on a similar platform to Buchanan's.
The Anti-Defamation League described Buchanan as an "unrepentant bigot" who "repeatedly demonizes Jews and minorities and openly affiliates with white supremacists".
Groyperism, another offshoot of Paleoconservatism, are extremely conservative and critical of more mainstream conservative organizations, which they believe to be insufficiently nationalist and pro-white. While Groypers are a loosely defined group with no formal leadership structure, they are generally considered to be followers of Nick Fuentes, a paleoconservative political commentator and podcaster.
In the fall of 2019, popular political commentator Charlie Kirk launched a college speaking tour with Turning Point USA titled "Culture War," featuring himself alongside such guests as Senator Rand Paul, Donald Trump Jr., Kimberly Guilfoyle, Lara Trump, and Congressman Dan Crenshaw. In retaliation for the firing of St. Clair and the Politicon incident, Fuentes subsequently began organizing a social media campaign asking his followers to go to Kirk's events and ask provocative and controversial leading questions regarding his stances on immigration, Israel, and LGBT rights during the question-and-answer sessions, for the purpose of exposing Kirk as a "fake conservative".
Texas Republicanism is a variant of paleoconservatism based on the 2022 platform of the Republican Party of Texas, which was approved by delegates at the party's convention in Houston, Texas. The Log Cabin Republicans were banned from the convention. The platform contains several resolutions, including the claim that Joe Biden was illegitimately elected as President of the United States and promoted voter fraud conspiracy theories. The platform also declares homosexuality as an "abnormal lifestyle choice", completely opposes transgender identity, and condemns the 15 Republican senators who voted for the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (S.2938). Moreover, the platform calls for the repeal of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, the rollback of all gun control laws, including the National Firearms Act of 1934 and the Gun Control Act of 1968, a non-interventionist foreign policy, withdrawal from the United Nations and the World Health Organization, a ban on sex education in schools, and the right for Texas to secede from the United States.
Westboro Baptist Church Thought represents the ideology of the Westboro Baptist Church, sometimes abbreviated as WBC, located in Topeka, Kansas. Adhering in Five point Calvinism, the church believes in limited atonement, unconditional election, and the double predestination of both the saved and the damned.
WBC is well known for its Anti-LGBT+ rhetoric, but they also engage in hate speech against Jews, atheists, Muslims, and several Christian denominations including Catholics, Methodists, Episcopalians, Lutherans, Presbyterians, Northern and Southern Baptists, Mormons, and Assembly of God Pentecostals.
WBC is also known for daily picketing in Topeka, Kansas as well as other parts of the United States. The church has occasionally protested outside of the country, too though they have been banned from two of them. In 2008, Canadian officials discovered that WBC planned on staging a protest at the funeral of Tim McLean, a Winnipeg resident who was killed while riding on a bus. The motive of the protest was to blame the man's death on Canadian laws on abortion, homosexuality, and divorce and sees the killing as an act of punishment from God. In response, WBC was banned from entering the country. In February 2009, British news sources picked up the signal of WBC's motivation to protest a youth production of The Laramie Project, located at Queen Mary's College in Basingstoke, Hampshire, scheduled to occur on February 20, 2009. Members of Parliament, LGBT+ groups, and lobbyists reached out to British Home Secretary, Jacqui Smith, requesting WBC be barred from entering the United Kingdom, citing hatred towards LGBT+ people. On February 18, 2009, two days before the scheduled picketing date, The Home Office permanently banned all members of WBC from stepping foot on the United Kingdom.
WBC gained national notoriety in 1998 when they picketed the funeral of Matthew Shepard, a college student from Laramie, Wyoming who was bound and beaten to death by two men, allegedly motivated by his homosexuality.
WBC is labelled as an Anti-LGBTQ hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Since 2004, over 20 members of WBC, the majority of whom being family members, left the organization as well as the Phelps family. Many of those who left have accused WBC of brainwashing. Mark Phelps, a son of WBC's founder, Fred Phelps, left the organization in 1973, citing abuse. Mark was later re-baptized in a local church in 1994. Nathan Phelps, also a son of Fred Phelps, left WBC on his 18th birthday in 1976, citing abuse by his father. Libby Phelps-Alvarez, a granddaughter of the late Fred Phelps and daughter of Fred Phelps Jr. left WBC in 2009. She is now an advocate for LGBT+ equality. Megan Phelps-Roper, as well as her sister Grace Phelps, both left Westboro in 2012, and explained her reason as well as her experiences in a TED talk. Zach Phelps-Roper, the grandson of Fred Phelps, left WBC in 2014 after attempting to leave five times previously after his views became at odds with the church. Danielle Phelps, a granddaughter of Fred Phelps, left WBC in 2014 shortly after her grandfather's death. She is openly lesbian and shortly after leaving the church, joined the United States Marine Corps.
In 2008, Lauren Drain was excommunicated from the Westboro Baptist Church.
Older Paleoconservatives usually act like the stereotypical Southern Christian boomer crank, ranting about how Globalists and LGBT+ people are trying to destroy their Traditional American values and promote Satanic degeneracy. They tend to be extremely politically incorrect and are cause for much criticism for being perceived & labelled as "racist", "homophobic", "anti-Semitic" etc.Younger Paleoconservatives such as Nicholas J. Fuentes and his followers called "The Groypers" stay mostly consistent with the former, but with a modern Gen Z(oomer) sense of humor, spending heavy amounts of time trolling online, occasionally does live gaming streaming via AF shows They (like the former older generation Paleocons) are often extremely politically incorrect and labelled by the mainstream media as racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, white nationalist/supremacists, bigots, etc.
- Draw a ball.
- Color the bottom third in dark blue.
- Color the top two thirds with alternating red and white stripes (13 total).
- Draw three white stars in the bottom third.
- Draw a mammoth in the middle.
- Add the eyes and you're done!
|Dark Blue||#002368||0, 35, 104|
|Red||#C0032C||192, 3, 44|
|White||#FFFFFF||255, 255, 255|
Family, Mates, and Patriots
- Conservatism - A great adversary in the march back to traditional values and a strong nation!
The "Femboy" on that search history was what my younger brother did and he said it's just for memes I swear!!!
- Traditionalism - Yes, someone who admires and protects traditional values. Back in my day, society was much saner than it is today.
- Libertarian Conservatism - Ron Paul is an admirable patriot and I respect his views. Although I do wish he embraced the state more...
- Paleolibertarianism - Great libertarian ally! Hey but some state influence can be good, y'know?
- National Libertarianism - The best kind of libertarian but you should embrace the state more.
- Post-Libertarianism - Yes, you finally understood that embracing the state is the way to victory.
- Constitutionalism - Defend the Constitution at ALL COSTS!
- Patriotism - Ah, a true patriot! America First!
- Right-Wing Populism - Down with the libtards! DOWN WITH THE LIBTARDS!
- Classical Conservatism - My Brit grandfather taught me the importance of traditional conservative values.
But some of you are too pro-imperialist.
- Christian Theocracy - Praise the Lord!!!
Although I personally prefer Protestantism and Traditionalist Catholicism.
- Christian Right - May God bless America and hate all those sodomites!
- Christian Nationalism and Protestant Theocracy - America was founded as a Christian nation, specifically a Protestant nation.
- Protectionism - BRING BACK OUR JOBS!
- Isolationism - BRING BACK OUR TROOPS!
- National Conservatism - BRING BACK OUR BORDERS!
- Reactionary Liberalism - The only good libtard, though sometimes we argue about free-trade vs protectionism.
- Authoritarian Conservatism - Fellow conservative lover of the state. Orban is based asf!
- National Democracy - My Polish self, which is ultra-based and epic, to say the least.
- Tridemism - A good friend of John Birch.
- Manosphere - A great ally against degenerates and feminists.
- Perotism - A moderate but very good pal of Buchannan.
Bearable fellas or misguided
- White Nationalism - Groypers, Fuentes, AIP, Buchanan, and Wallace like you but the rest doesn't. Also, many of you supported imperialism.
- Kemalism - I like your fervent nationalism and how you dealt with imperialists and Islamic terrorists with your strict enforcement of laicist laws, but you are still too progressive for my liking.
- Conservative Liberalism - Good for a lib. For a conservative, shame. Burke was a cool guy though.
- National Liberalism - Same as above.
- Alt-Lite - Alt-what? There is no such thing as alt-left or alt-right, so stop spending time online & get back to the factory. (some are too sympathetic to neocon, through)
- Alt-Right - While you may have normalized my ideology among today's youth, I really think you need to take some time off the internet and gaming, kid... (also, stop apologia for imperialists like Hirohito and Mussolini)
- Gamers - They need to play a LOT less. Video games turn their brains into mush! Though the way that the Groypers troll online is based.
- Paternalistic Conservatism - You're a good patriot but you're a little too red. I understand why my non-American counterparts support you though. Also, Tucker Carlson is EXTREMELY BASED!!!
- Welfare Chauvinism - You're too nationalistic
even by my standardsand your policy is also a bit too red. But you really like Tucker too, so I guess you're alright.
- Bismarckism - Largely same as the PatCon guy above. On the one hand, I liked you better before you turned into a closet socialist, but on the other, you were the one to make the good old Kaiserzeit what it was.
- Libertarianism - Fine people with some great ideas but they don't like the state much and are not conservative enough.
- Anarcho-Capitalism - Same as above but even wackier, Rothbard was a good friend.
- Reactionarism - I get that you want to turn things back, but I’m more fond of the 1950s, 1920s, and 1880s than any time period before those particular decades. Also, I'm not sure why he calls himself a "12th-century man".
- Socialism of the 21st Century - I am no fan of socialism, but many of you, such as Evo, are conservative, and we both agree America should not be imperialist.
- Putinism - While Putin may be imperialist he is based on how he triggers the libs and f**s. Many of my followers such as Ron Paul, Steve Bannon, Nick Fuentes and Tucker Carlson often defend his good actions from neocucks and neolibtards.
- Shapiroism - On the one hand, Fuentes hates you. But on the other hand, John Doyle thinks you've been a net positive on the conservative movement.
- Khomeinism - I like how you annoy that Neocuck and you seem more peaceful than the rest of the Middle East but I will never forgive your violence towards Christians.
- Conservative Socialism - Conservatism is great but why do you want to do that? Also no, Tucker is not a socialist, he's just a populist.
- Anarcho-Conservatism - Based conservatism, but with anarchy for some reason? What's that all about?
- National Capitalism - Maybe Joseph P. Kennedy Sr. was right about the Third Reich after all? But Barbie and Heusinger helped neocucks, while Videla, Cao Ky and Stroessner also simped for that cuck imperialist.
- Taliban - Congratulations on steadfastly holding your line against those interventionist cucks! But, y'know, Islam is still an enemy of our civilization and unwelcome here (won't take any action against you, through)... Your attitudes towards women and especially f***ots are most definitely based, though. But you're too unhinged and want imperialism.
- Industrialism - BRING BACK OUR FACTORIES! Then I'm gonna like you once again.
- Longism - A "commie", but I still remember when you gave me and my pals free books to school...
- Catholic Theocracy - Nick and Pat like you but I prefer Protestanism over you.
Though I also like Traditionalist Catholicism.
- Orthodox Theocracy and Theodemocracy - I like your attitude toward these guys, but I prefer Protestantism.
- Radical Feminism - Go back to where you belong, though we are worthy allies against these guys.
- Eco-Conservatism and Environmentalism - I agree with both of you on the fact that we must protect the environment. However, I also believe in limited government and therefore can't do very much about it.
- Neo-Ottomanism - Good cultural policies, but you tried flooding us with illegals, support imperialism and take things too far.
- Trumpism - You had such promise, I thought you would be a true paleocon like us. But you still bombed Syria and Yemen and were a ziotard. At least you implemented protectionism and removed trans people from the army (that I wanted to shink anyway).
Degenerate Punks, Hippies, Stoners, RINOS, and other atrocities
- Liberalism - Curse you, and stop making the faqaaooreakin frogs g*y!
- Democratism - The socialists are taking over America!!!!!
Some of us have historically been a part of your party when it was much more conservative.
- Third Way - Woke imperialism is my worst nightmare.
- Progressivism - Are you triggered yet?
- Revolutionary Progressivism - Huh, so I guess "Alt-Left" is a thing... Now watch yourself you hippie trash, or I'll wash your damn mouth!
You are right about imperialism though.
- Marxism–Leninism - Free speech is important but not gonna lie, I love it whenever you get censored.
You're right about wars and Israel though, a broken clock is right twice a day. And I don't want anything done to stop you (besides building a bigger, badder wall on the border).
- Cultural Marxism - No, the fact that you stopped trying to spark a revolution and now try to sneak through colleges is horrible, cancel culture and fluorinated water won't help you.
- State Liberalism - This is the future that neolibtards and Cultural Marxists want!
- Liberal Conservatism - RINO trash!
- Progressive Conservatism - Guess what guys, it's RINO hunting season!
- Rockefeller Republicanism - You paved the way for those RINOs and you're not even a conservative!
- LGBT Conservatism and Log Cabin Republicanism - There's no such thing as a traditionalist sodomite. Stop normalizing your sodomy propaganda to our children, you're not a real conservative, you are a RINO!
- Bull Moose Progressivism - These RINOs exist, thanks to you, you imperialist cuck!
I do agree that we need to be sympathetic to the environment, though government should stay out of it.
- Feminism - Kitchen is where you belong, female. Also, women shouldn't say bad words; RT if you agree.
- Conservative Feminism - "Thank conservatism for women's rights"? WTF I'm a liberal now!
- CyberFeminism - You are supposed to cook, not go online! The internet is rotting your brain, turning it into mush!
- Dengism - The Chinese Communist Party is a great threat to our America!
But the way you view progressives is based and now I enjoy calling them baizuo too, besides that he sympathized with you. Also, I won't act against you since that would be imperialism (outside of not trading with you)
- Neoconservatism - Exactly what do you conserve? You're just a globalist who wants to take away my country. Also America First, not Israel First.
- Trotskyism - Neocon unmasked.
- Imperialism - We don’t need an American empire. Be happy with what we have already.
Though Tucker said that Africans were better off under your rule, I would not under any circumstances actually do anything to restore empires.
- Reactionary Socialism - I'm not a fan of socialism or feudalism. We had a war to not have a king, y'know! And you're a bit too much like this guy.
- Bleeding-Heart Libertarianism - Says that Christian paternalism and protectionism aren't something a small government does. Pssh, what does he know? At least he hates imperialism too.
- Anarchism - Screw you, the state is awesome!
- Globalism - Curse you, globetard! America First!
- Neoliberalism - Another globetard!
Stop saying Reagan was a neoliberal, that's not true!!!
- Zionism - Stop making us waste tax dollars you tiny hat haver!!!
Also Google: "Dancing Israelis".
- Kahanism - Imperialist free-trader Ziotard.
Nice cultural policies.
- The UN - I HATE THE ANTICHRIST! I HATE THE ANTICHRIST! I WILL NEVER DRINK THE CORN SYRUP!!!
- FALGSC - ...are you not just the UN again? Anyways, bugger off, NOW!
- Futurism - Your "art" is trash, your "ideology" is trash, and you belong to the loony bin! The fact that you're pals with one of our enemies doesn't help your case.
- Queer Anarchism - IS THAT MY STORE?
- Liberal Feminism - I will personally dissassemble the female-piloted drone, the symbol of f*minist imperialism.
- Pink Capitalism - Get your wokeness away from me.
- Xenofeminism - CRINGE TIMES TEN.
- Atheistic Satanism - Satanism AND atheism? This is probabl- no DEFINITELY the worst ideology ever.
- Satanic Theocracy - God shall smite you off the face of the Earth!
- Khrushchevism - I'M NOT DRINKING YOUR CORN SYRUP!!! The only reason you are an enemy of America is that neocuck placed nukes in Turkey.
- Anarcho-Nihilism - Oh my lord! How DARE you insult my god! You're gonna burn in hell!
- Christian Democracy - What exactly is Christian about you?
- Christian Socialism - Oh look, a literal commie with a cross. And unlike the guy before, this one doesn't even try to hide it!
- Christian Communism - You can't be a Christian, and a COMMUNIST!!!
- Social Democracy and Democratic Socialism - GO AWAY FAR LEFT COMMIES!!!
Another reference of PaleoCon
Groypersism (old designs)
- Old Right
- Conservative Coalition
- John Birch Society
- Patriot Movement
- Managerial State
- Rockford Institute
- Neoconservatives and Paleoconservatism
- Taki Theodoracopulos
- Robert W. Wlech Jr.
- Pat Buchanan
- Ezola Foster
- Nick Fuentes
- George Wallace
- Michelle Malkin
- Alex Jones
- Tucker Carlson
- Paul Gottfried
- Robert Novak
- Russell Kirk
- Steve Sailer
- Henrik Shipstead
- Merlin Miller
- Peter Brimelow
- Paul Gosar
- Marjorie Taylor Greene
- Lauren Witzke
- Steve King
- Rick Tyler
- William S. Lind
- Jean-Marie Le Pen
- Björn Söder
- Hong Joon-pyo
- Augustus Sol Invictus
- Churchill, Hitler, and the Unnecessary War by Pat Buchanan
- The Death of the West by Pat Buchanan
- Pat Buchanan 1992 presidential platform
- Pat Buchanan 1996 Campaign Brochure
- The Great Betrayal by Pat Buchanan
- Jean-Marie Le Pen
- Rep. Paul Gosar
- Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene
- John Doyle
- The Constitution Party
- DownUnder Francoist
- Paul Joseph Watson
- America First Foundation (AFF)
- Mammoth Nation
- cozy.tv (Nick Fuentes' official stream)
- Carlson has used talking points from both the political left (on the issue of class and economic inequality) and right (on cultural issues).
- As Fuentes endorsed Laura Loomer, part of America First who is of Jewish descent, for Congress in the 2022 mid-term elections
- Based on party’s 2022 platform.
- Rockwell, Lew "The Case for Paleo-libertarianism" (PDF). Liberty (January 1990): 34–38. Archived from the original (PDF) on September 7, 2018. Retrieved January 28, 2020.
- De Coster, Karen (December 2, 2003). "Paleolibertarianism". LewRockwell.com. Archived September 27, 2018, at the Wayback Machine. Retrieved January 28, 2020.
- Raimondo, Justin (1993). Reclaiming the American Right: The Lost Legacy of the Conservative Movement. Burlingame, California: Center for Libertarian Studies.
- Mudde, Cas (August 28, 2015). "The Trump phenomenon and the European populist radical right". The Washington Post. Retrieved May 28, 2020.
- Fleming, Thomas (September 8, 2005). "Ethics 01A.1: Gay Marriage, Democracy". Chronicles. Rockford, Illinois: Rockford Institute. Archived from the original on September 27, 2006. Retrieved August 27, 2006.
- Matthews, Dillon. "The alt-right is more than warmed-over white supremacy. It's that, but way way weirder". Vox. Vox Media Inc. Retrieved August 4, 2019.
- Larison, Daniel. "How Paleo and Fusionist Conservatism Differ". American Conservative Union Foundation. Archived from the original on February 5, 2004. Retrieved January 27, 2018.
- Gottfried, Paul (1993) . The Conservative Movement (rev. ed.). Boston, Massachusetts: Twayne Publishers.
- (2006). "Paleoconservatism". In Frohnen, Bruce; Beer, Jeremy; Nelson, Jeffrey O. (eds.). American Conservatism: An Encyclopedia. Wilmington, Delaware: ISI Books. pp. 651–652.
- (2017) . "Introduction: Paleoconservatism as the Opposition Party". In Scotchie, Joseph (ed.). The Paleoconservatives: New Voices of the Old Right. London: Routledge. pp. 1–15.
- Judis, John B. (October 3, 1999). "The Buchanan Doctrine". The New York Times. Retrieved January 27, 2018.
- Rockwell, Lew. "The Case for Paleo-libertarianism" (PDF) on September 7, 2018.
- Kenny Johnsson, Do You Consider Yourself a Libertarian?, interview with Lew Rockwell, May 25, 2007.
- Rockwell, Llewellyn H. (May 2, 2002). "What I Learned From Paleoism".