It is fiscally conservative, conservative in a government size perspective, conservative in a militaristic perspective. It is a strange hybrid of conservative and liberal view points on the social side of things.
Your issue, as I already stated, is you seem to be at odds with current Republicans and their brand of conservatism that, while present for the past 7 years, is hardly enough to have changed the terminology on a large scale way for the past few decades. The current Republican brand is a strange hybrid of liberal and conservative views in regards to the military, fiscal policy, and the size of government, and social issues. While Sean Hannity may keep calling himself a conservative, and perhaps not incorrectly as a large umbrella term, his particular brand of conservatism is very much more in line with Republicans than pure conservatism.
You can run from it all you want because it disgusts you to be somehow tied to those icky republicans and conservatives and because you're one of the most stereotypical libertarians in regards to your thinking and attitude toward other groups of politics on this board, but the fact is its not incorrect in current terms to label Libertarianism as being under the umbrella of Conservatism when speaking of the two main political leans currently experienced within our country.