Tag Archive: 'CWN'

August Book of the Month

Our August Book of the Month features Tara Ross’ book, “Why We Need the Electoral College.”

July’s Book of the Month

Our July Book of the Month features Liz Wheeler’s book, “Tipping Points: How to Topple the Left’s House of Cards.”

June’s Book of the Month

Our June Book of the Month features Sue Ellen Browder’s book, “Subverted: How I Helped the Sexual Revolution Hijack the Women’s Movement.”

May’s Book of the Month

Our March Book of the Month features Sally Pipes’ newest book, “False Premise, False Promise: The Disastrous Reality of Medicare for All.”

April’s Book of the Month

Our April Book of the Month features K.T. McFarland’s newest book, “Revolution: Trump, Washington and ‘We The People.'”

March’s Book of the Month

Our March Book of the Month features Sally Pipes’ newest book, “False Premise, False Promise: The Disastrous Reality of Medicare for All.”

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.

3 Lessons from Chinese Prison Survivor, Jennifer Zeng

Our Conservative Women’s Network event on Friday, October 4 was an eye-opener to those in attendance as Jennifer Zeng, an ex-Chinese prisoner and religious activist, shared her traumatizing story surviving Chinese labor camps and laying out three important lessons.

A Fulfilling Life Includes Reading Good Books at Every Age

Beware, warns Gurdon, some in the book industry (writers, bloggers, editors and agents) are “collaborating to make some works and some authors unacceptable.”

The Demand Side of Abortion

“If half of the states are ready to [ban abortion] tomorrow, then legalizing abortion was never constitutional. Abortion was never a part of the fabric of our liberty.”

It’s Only Money

What Congress does with the president’s 2017 Tax Reform proposal will make a difference in your economic advancement, income, and spending power.

PolitiChicks’ Call to Activism

The Left underestimated a huge portion of the country, so they are doubling down.

Communicating in an Anti-Conservative World

Washington Times columnist Mercedes Schlapp covers a variety of current issues, from campus ‘safe space’ vs. Freedom of speech issue to President Trump, his Cabinet, his policies, and the world environment that he faces.

July’s Conservative Woman: Sen Joni Ernst

“Be involved. Find the areas you love, things you are passionate about, and become involved” …