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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.
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.
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.
Last Wednesday, October 9, students from the University of Notre Dame invited Donna Rice Hughes, an internationally known Internet safety expert and frontline speaker against Internet pornography, to present the business and legal case for porn filters on public Wi-Fi, and to address the ongoing debate at Notre Dame.
Michelle Malkin spoke to students at the University of Pennsylvania on September 16 about the problem of libel journalism and the situation at our southern border.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The myths you’ve heard are exactly that – myths. School choice benefits all students.
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.