Do you believe in the wisdom expressed in the founding documents of Western civilization and American society including the Bible, the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution with its Bill of Rights?
Do you have respect for people who work hard and play by the rules?
Do you believe in the Rule of Law -- that a law means what it says, as the language of the law was understood when the law was written. Do you reject the idea of a Living Constitution, under which lawyers and judges can change laws by undemocratic means. If judges are allowed such power, Jefferson noted, the U.S. Constitution "is a mere thing of wax in the hands of the Judiciary, which they may twist and shape into any form they please."
Do you believe that "the public interest" - as determined by governing elites - is not the public interest, but that it represents the interests of the governing elites.
Do you reject the worship of government power that is reflected in such fascist ideologies as communism, national socialism (Nazism), and theocracy. Do you believe that communists, national socialists, theocrats, racists, and other advocates of oppression and hate should be ostracized.
Do you believe that individuals and families are the basic units of society, and that policies such as ultra-high tax rates should be ended?
Do you believe that military force should be used with care, in limited circumstances in which the freedom and the just interests of those paying for the military force are at stake. Do you believe that government officials should not put American servicemen in harm's way without giving them a clearly-defined mission and the resources they need for victory.
Do you respect those who have made sacrifices in the cause of freedom, and those who put their lives in peril to protect others.
Do you believe that people have the right to protect their families and businesses from criminals.
Do you see the United States of America as a special place because of its history as a beacon for freedom-loving people from around the world. Do you believe the United States is blessed by the presence of people from countless nations and cultures when those people are hard-working, law-abiding, and eager to interact with other Americans through a shared language.
Do you believe that public policy should encourage advancement based on ability and achievement, not on membership in an actual or concocted group.
Do you believe that people should be treated fairly -- that, in the words of Martin Luther King Jr., they should "not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character" -- and that racism, anti-Semitism, ridicule of groups such as Southerners and rural people, hatred of Christians (or particular groups of Christians), and other forms of bigotry are unacceptable. Do you consider policies based on "race" to be unethical and immoral.
Do you have compassion for the oppressed and seek peacefully to free them from oppression.
Do you abhor violence and reject the initiation of force in settling political disputes.