Category Archive: 'CBLPI Blog'

My Experience Living Below the Poverty Line with Universal Healthcare in France

From my experience living in France, universal healthcare is still not affordable for those living at or below the poverty line. Transitioning to a universal healthcare system in the U.S. would sacrifice the quality and services of everyone’s healthcare, and still fail to serve the very people it tries to help.

Rape Survivor Amanda Collins-Johnson Addresses Campus Carry and Women’s Self-Defense at Kennesaw State University

Amanda Collins-Johnson spoke to students at Kennesaw State University on January 29 to defend Georgia’s 2017 House Bill 280 that allows campus carry.

Author and Historian Amity Shlaes Revisits the Great Society Era Through A Different Lens

Author and historian Amity Shlaes joined the Center for Conservative Women and the Heritage Foundation for January’s Conservative Women’s Network luncheon.

An Interview with Kara Bell: Is the Wage Gap Real?

Our Public Relations Officer, Kara Bell, chats with Cameron Arcand from YoungNotStupid.com about the truth about the gender wage gap and life for women under the Trump administration.

The Center for Conservative Women and The Heritage Foundation Partner to Host Senator Ted Cruz to Address Political Tactics of the Impeachment Trials

Senator Ted Cruz explained the political tactics of the Trump impeachment process by House Democrats on Tuesday, December 17 at a cosponsored event by the Center for Conservative Women and the Heritage Foundation.

Secretary Betsy DeVos as Public Enemy by Democrats Despite Fixing Obama’s Student Debt Crisis

Secretary DeVos’ honest approach to fixing the student debt crisis, one of the many failings of our government education system, were mocked by Democrats when she appeared before Congress on December 12.

Center for Conservative Women honors #1 National Bestselling Author Mollie Hemingway as 2019 Woman of the Year

On December 9, the Clare Boothe Luce Center for Conservative Women will honor Mollie Hemingway as the Center’s 2019 Woman of the Year.

#GivingTuesday 2019

Join your friends on this #GivingTuesday in celebrating the true meaning of the season with a special gift to your Center for Conservative Women.

Second Amendment Activist Antonia Okafor advocates for campus carry at Rutgers University

Students from Rutgers University took action into their own hands by hosting Second Amendment activist Antonia Okafor to address the urgency of allowing campus concealed carry.

Ex-Cuban prisoner, Lala Mooney, to tell horrors of political persecution and socialism

On Friday, November 15, we hosted Lala Mooney to share her personal journey fleeing Fidel Castro’s regime in Cuba and her mission to restore the country she once loved.

University of Wisconsin Ladies Take Safety Into Their Own Hands And Attend Self-Defense, Gun Safety Class At Local Range

On Friday, November 8, the Center for Conservative Women invited young women from the University of Wisconsin-Madison to attend a self-defense class and gun safety training at a local gun range.

From Communist China to Land of the Free, Ying Ma shares her American Dream at Georgetown University

Students from Georgetown University College Republicans hosted Ying Ma to share her American Dream, the trampled freedoms of those surviving China and other socialist states, and the current fight for freedom in Hong Kong.

Clare Boothe Luce Center for Conservative Women Releases 2020 Calendar of 12 Gutsy Women Ignored in Clinton’s New Feminist Book

The Clare Boothe Luce Center for Conservative Women has released the 2020 edition of its annual Great American Conservative Women Calendar featuring twelve gutsy women ignored in the Clinton’s new feminist book.

Okafor and Collins reopen campus concealed carry debate, motivate UNR students and alumnae to visit local range

On October 17 at the University of Nevada, Reno, wide-eyed college and high school students, alumni, and community listened to Amanda Collins and Antonia Okafor challenge the University to take proactive approaches to campus safety by allowing students to have the option to carry a firearm.