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Speeches listed below are excerpts from our Great American Conservative Women book, a compilation of talks on various topics give at Conservative Women's Network events.
Lil Tuttle | 2011/02/15
Can School Choice grow the conservative movement, and if so, how?
Michelle Easton | 2011/02/09
I want to tell one story that emphasizes the incredible impact President Reagan had on the lives of millions of people around the world.
Karuna Johnson | 2007/06/08
A 2005 graduate from Mount Holyoke College, Karuna Johnson, an Economist in DC, gives advice on how to start a career after college.
Marji Ross | 2007/06/07
Marji Ross, president of Regnery Publishing, shares her tips on how to prepare for a successful interview and how to excel in your job.
Kate Obenshain | 2006/08/01
"As women, our ability to make a difference comes in many different forms."
Marji Ross | 2006/06/29
In February during the 2006 CPAC the Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute hosted the Women & Career Development Workshop which featured speakers Marji Ross, Bay Buchanan, Kate Griffin and Nina Schmidgall.
Nina Schmidgall | 2006/06/29
Click here to read remarks by Nina Schmidgall, one of the speakers at CBLPI's Women & Career Development Workshop, held as part of the 2006 CPAC.
Clare Luce | 2006/06/27
Remarks given by Clare Boothe Luce's granddaughter, Clare Luce Abbey at the 2006 Circle of Friends Leadership Celebration.
Michelle Easton | 2002/09/13
"These educationists want nothing less than a total monopoly over the formal intellectual training of children, and they almost got it."
Elaine Donnelly | 2002/03/08
"Current readiness problems caused by Clinton-era policies will affect President Bush's ability to fight the war we are waging."
Linda Chavez | 2001/07/23
"We've really reached a period in our history when we have to decide whether or not we want to become a balkanized nation, with lots of little individual ethnic and racial groups, whether we want diversity to overshadow what we have in common. In the past, our great success as a nation was our ability to take people from everywhere across the globe and make Americans of them."
Laura Schlessinger | 2001/06/05
"The once valiant women's movement that I embraced is no longer about fairness, equality, opporunity, and respect for all women - it's about the politics of selective diversity and, ultimately, of divisiveness. It is ant-female, anti-family, and anti-children."
Phyllis Schlafly | 2001/05/04
"Bill Clinton's Chief Foreign Policy Advisor, Strobe Talbot, wrote in Time magazine, 'Nationhood as we know it will be obsolete; all states will recognize a single global authority.'"
Star Parker | 2001/04/06
"As late as 1965, 78 percent of black husbands were in their homes with their families, despite racism and poverty. Then came the Great Society, and the illegitimacy rates in Black America soared to 70 percent."
Becky Norton Dunlop | 2001/01/12
"Do you realize that the laws in our country exact a more severe punishment for destroying condor eggs than for destroying another human being?"
Letitia Baldrige | 2000/12/08
"The third day I was there, I heard shrieks, yelling, and pounding down below. I rushed down to the kitchen and I found the chef and the maitre d'hotel going at each other with kitchen knives. That's when I realized I was in for a real ride with this job."
Kellyanne Conway | 2000/10/13
"Even though women consider themselves to be Democrat over Republican by eight points, women are twice as likely (45 percent-21 percent) to describe their social and economic outlook as 'conservative' rather than 'liberal'."
Jeane Kirkpatrick | 2000/09/15
"People have often said to me, what did I do that was the most interesting thing in my life. The answer is having a baby. That was by far the most important, exciting experience of my life. Having and raising babies is more interesting than making speeches at the United Nations. Believe me."
Randall Brooks Phillips | 2000/07/21
"If you don't communicate the message and you don't learn to deliver it well, what's the point of having a message? And we have a message of truth."
Ann Coulter | 2000/06/05
"Another centrist Clinton judge, Harold Baer Jr., ruled that there was no 'probably cause' to arrest suspects who flee at the sight of police officers while loading bags into the trunk of a car late at night in a high drug-trafficking area."
Karlyn Bowman | 2000/05/12
"Young people today don't have much trust in the federal government. The young are also suspicious of big business. And many distrust the institution of marriage."
Elayne Bennet | 2000/03/24
"Sexually transmitted diseases often display few symptoms, but they can lead to infertility and even cervical cancer. As you may know, cervical cancer is a tremendous increase."
Virginia Thomas | 2000/02/11
"Washington is spending money at a rate of $3 million a minute. An average family pays 40 percent of its income in taxes - more than food, clothing, shelter, and transportation combined."
Nancie Marzulla | 1999/11/19
"There are two ways that an oppressor or a dictator can control the people - through physical oppression and through controlling private property."
Carmen Pate | 1999/07/09
"I couldn't explain why, but from the moment of my abortion, I had this longing to hold my child."
Helen Chenoweth-Hage | 1999/06/11
"Other countries have also seen wilderness designations or biosphere reserves virtually destroy the concept of private property."
Suzanne Fields | 1999/05/07
"A downside of the sexual revolution that accompanied Feminism is the coarsening of male-female relationships. As a result a subculture of men has found it easy to be self-indulgent and irresponsible."
Darcy Olsen | 1999/03/12
"The plan is for politicians in 2013 to dip into the trust fund in order to pay benefits. That, however, is when some people say the crisis starts. Because the money won't be there."
Christina Hoff Sommers | 1999/01/08
"The energy, adventurousness, stoicism, and competitiveness of normal, decent males are responsible for much of what is right in the world. All ages have understood this. All healthy societies appreciate and prize their young men. Why, in this day and age, should we be turning against them?"