The Canadian Party of the United States is a political party founded in 2008 by former Prime Minister of Canada Stephen Harper. The Canadian Party's primary focus is the independence and reunification of Canada from both the United States and Union of Everett. The Canadian Party's main supporters are located in the former western provinces of Canada, except for southwest British Columbia, which is dominated by the Liberal Party.
The Conservative Party of the United States is a political party founded in 2004 by remnants of the Republican Party. The Conservative Party ideologies focus on strict LGBT rights, loose gun control, anti-abortion, support of the death penalty, a free market, strict border enforcement, support of lower taxes, disbandment of the United Nations, and military intervention. The Conservative Party is the majority in the United States Senate, defeating the Liberal Party by two senators.
The Imperialist Party of the United States is a political party founded in 2004 by members of the United States military or pro-imperialists. The Imperialist Party believes in a strong economy to support a strong military and strong foreign intervention. The Imperialist Party is currently led by Max Boot, a pro-imperialist from the former Soviet Union.
The Liberal Party of the United States is a political party founded in 2004 by remnants of the Democratic and Green Party. The Liberal Party is the direct opposite of the Coneservative and its ideologies focus on those of equality and freedom for all, and support of illegal immigration into the United States. As of 2012, the Liberal Party is the majority in the House of Representatives.