Join us for a unique women's retreat to be held April 23-25 in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area - a great opportunity to network and to hear from leading conservative women on critical issues. A limited number of travel and hotel scholarships are available for high school and college women students who would like to attend.
March is Women’s History Month and schools around the country will be championing women of acclaim both past and present.
Here’s one famous woman that school children probably won’t see, and, given the state of American history education, one they may not know, even though she was one of the most acclaimed and accomplished women of the 20th Century.
Born in 1903, she blazed many new trails for women during her lifetime; and upon her death in 1987, Time magazine eulogized her as "the preeminent Renaissance woman of the century." Do you know her?
On Saturday, February 28, the Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute presented its 2015 Woman of the Year award to national security analyst KT McFarland at a luncheon in her honor during the 2015 CPAC convention. The leading women student activists from around the country in attendance praised KT for "an outstanding speech with great advice and motivation."
Journalist Lisa Daftari discusses the many human rights abuses women suffer abroad and at home -- 26 women have been murdered in Islamic Sharia honor killings here in the US -- and how little coverage these abuses get from media:
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