Religious Freedom -
the right to practice one's religion without interference from the government
Economic Freedom -
the right to make individual economic decisions and to keep the government out of these decisions
Limited Government -
for the United States as delineated in the U. S. Constitution, e.g., no corporate or individual welfare, no congressional pork-barrel, no pouring billions of dollars into corporate contracts for one's friends, no unconstitutional bureaucracies. If it isn't stated in the Constitution, then any law that creates a programs or bureaucracy like these is unconstitutional and must be struck down.
Low Taxes -
only enough to support the core functions of government; major tax reform is needed
Personal Responsibility -
taking care of one's family; this is not a government responsibility, and individual fiscal responsibility
Fiscal Responsibility -
balanced budget, no debt, no deficit
Clear Separation of Powers between the three branches of government
a U.S. Supreme Court that supports the original intent of the U.S. Constitution, not a modern interpretation of it
Government Accountability -
after all, the government works "for the People"
A "Culture of Life" - not the infanticide of 4,100 innocent babies per day in the U.S. How many U.S. servicemen have been killed in Iraq in the last few years; more than 3,100? So, where is justice for the 45 million innocent unborn abortion deaths since Roe v Wade?
Educational Freedom -
the right to equally choose private, parochial, public, or home schooling
the number of current laws, regulations, and rules