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The Slippery Slope of Eroded Freedom

The Slippery Slope of Eroded Freedom

by Évangéline Faussié Benjamin Franklin once wrote: "Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety." The context in which Franklin made this statement has been slowly forgotten over time; the main point of his letter concerned taxation. But context aside, perhaps Americans...

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Nazis and Eugenics Brought Us Chemical Abortion: Here’s Proof

Nazis and Eugenics Brought Us Chemical Abortion: Here’s Proof

Eugenic leaders laid the groundwork for today’s abortion industry, the majority of which in the U.S. is conducted through chemical abortion. by Rachel Schroder Chemical abortion is the backup plan of the abortion industry post-Roe, but it shields a ghastly history. The demand for this dangerous drug is rising in the U.S. despite...

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The Real Girlboss: Self-Fulfillment Through Gift of Self

The Real Girlboss: Self-Fulfillment Through Gift of Self

One Young Woman's Perspective on Happiness by Felice Lagarde As young women interning outside the capital, my co-workers and I often find ourselves admiring the woman who balances family with a high-powered career. “Look what she’s accomplished in D.C.,” we tell ourselves; “isn’t she amazing?” Immediately, we put ourselves on the wrong path for...

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Statement on Supreme Court Abortion Decision

Statement on Supreme Court Abortion Decision

The Luce Center for Conservative Women salutes the U.S. Supreme Court for the courageous decision that increases the chance to protect our Constitution and human life. This is a long overdue correction from the Constitutional and scientific errors in Roe v. Wade that contributed to aborting over 62,000,000 innocent lives since 1973. This is a...

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Virginia Lt. Gov. Winsome Sears, CBL’s 2022 Woman of the Year

Virginia Lt. Gov. Winsome Sears, CBL’s 2022 Woman of the Year

by Felice Lagarde Not every person hears worthwhile life advice from a politician. The evening of Friday, June 10th, the Clare Boothe Luce Center for Conservative Women (CBL) hosted their annual Woman of the Year Dinner at the Capitol Hill Club in Washington, D. C. honoring Virginia Lieutenant Governor Winsome Earle-Sears’ stance on conservative...

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Intern Summit Delivers Valuable Insights from Highly Successful Women

Intern Summit Delivers Valuable Insights from Highly Successful Women

by Jenna Hageman On Friday, June 10th, a roomful of female interns gathered in the Capitol Hill Club for the Clare Boothe Luce Center for Conservative Women’s annual Intern Summit. CBL hosts the event as part of our outreach to teach young ladies how to be confident leaders in the conservative movement. Amber Athey, Washington Editor for The...

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Book Review: Letting the Princess Out of the Castle

Book Review: Letting the Princess Out of the Castle

Review by Elizabeth Bittner, Russell Kirk Center for Cultural Renewal, of the book, How to Raise a Conservative Daughter, by Michelle Easton The challenges facing conservative parents seem to multiply by the day. How-to guides exist for any and everything under the sun, but what about raising conservative daughters, grounded and grateful? If any...

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Conservatives Urge GOP to Take ‘Firmer Line’ on Biden Nominees

Conservatives Urge GOP to Take ‘Firmer Line’ on Biden Nominees

In a letter sent March 16, leaders of several conservative organizations urged Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell to take “a firmer line” in the confirmation process of President Biden’s executive nominees.  Conservatives are increasingly concerned with the Senate Republican conference regularly voting to confirm President Biden’s executive...

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January                                                              Book of the Month

January Book of the Month

FOR SUCH A TIME AS THIS: My Faith Journey Through the White House and Beyond January 1, 2022 Being an election year of some consequence, 2020 was set up to be a standout year for the history books. As it unfolded, it become a pivotal year in every American’s life. As conservatives, we cannot trust the traditional media outlets to be honest about...

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December                                                              Book of the Month

December Book of the Month

ON READING WELL: finding the great life through great books December 1, 2021 Have you ever struggled with how to communicate your conservative values? One of the big issues young women deal with today is the inability to lay out the very solid reasons to stay or become conservative. To help students understand how to do this, we have chosen a...

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Government Schools are Not a Co-Parent

Government Schools are Not a Co-Parent

by Michelle Easton If there is one thing I learned while serving as president of the Virginia Board of Education for Gov. George Allen, it was this: No one cares more about a student’s academic and personal flourishing than parents. Sadly, however, this commonsense approach to education is increasingly uncommon in the commonwealth. Concerned...

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