Category Archive: 'CBLPI Blog'

Just one day after its release, Michelle Malkin discusses new book, “Open Borders Inc.,” on Capitol Hill

On Wednesday, September 11, Michelle Malkin joined the Center for Conservative Women on Capitol Hill to share remarks about her new book, “Open Borders Inc.,” just one day after its release.

Social Justice? Social Democracy? Socialism?

What’s behind the advertisements for free health care, child care and college? Who pays for them, and how do they work? Would socialism produce greater social justice for society than capitalism?

How Publicly Funded Colleges Encourage Dangerous Sex with Porn, Condoms, And Lies

The left’s influence on campus runs deeper than transgender pronouns and hateful bashing of our president. They also normalize sexual behaviors that destroy young men and women.

Why the U.S. military is worth $750 billion

Despite the shock of this staggering cost, our defense budget is vital to ensure a stable country. Providing for the defense of our nation is a primary function of the federal government, and it is imperative that our military have the resources it needs – no matter the cost.

Hang up on Hookup Culture

If we want to raise up and support fellow sisters and empower girls, we should encourage them to make decisions benefiting them and praising their self-worth.

Despite What You’ve Heard, School Choice Benefits All Students

The myths you’ve heard are exactly that – myths. School choice benefits all students.

A Lesson from ‘Unplanned’: Perseverance Can Change a Mind to Life

Abby Johnson’s personal account of her switch to the pro-life movement is an eye-opening story that shows how the perseverance of those fighting for life can have a dramatic impact on not just one person, but thousands saved from abortion.

5 Women You Don’t Hear About in History Class

Most have learned about Susan B. Anthony and Rosa Parks as a child, and their work was incredibly important for women and civil rights. However, have you heard of these five women?

The Silver Screens of Socialism

As movies capture the hearts and minds of viewers, they also propagate many unwanted messages and regime tactics. Dive into the dark side of the filmmaking business and their ploy to spread socialism.

10 Ways to Stay Patriotic After the 4th of July

While the 4th is the perfect day to show off your patriotism and how proud you are to be an American, there are still 364 days of the year that we can celebrate. So, here’s 10 ways to spice up those 364 other days and stay patriotic.

Civic Education is Important

Our great nation is currently facing a major problem. Students are lacking a basic knowledge of our nation’s history, of self-governance, and why it is important to be involved in our democratic process.

Diversity in Debate on College Campuses

Here are a few liberty-minded universities that are exceeding our expectations in protecting our fundamental right to free speech on campus.

8 Things You Need to Know Before You Go Sidewalk Counseling Outside an Abortion Clinic

Be prepared for the challenges and triumphs that come with advocating for life outside an abortion clinic.

Why Kamala Harris’ ‘Equal Pay’ Proposal Will Hurt, Not Help, Women

Sen. Kamala Harris’ recent “equal-pay certification” proposal self-identifies as the “be-all, end-all” for what the left claims is a gender wage gap. But according to conclusive studies and economic research, the California Democrat’s idea is actually a direct path down a nasty road of privacy violations and limited opportunities in the workforce for women.