Institute Lecture Director Laurel Conrad will appear on the Rick Amato Show on One America News Network on Monday, February 2, at 10 pm. They will be discussing issues related to college campuses.
"Many of those who march on Thursday will be younger than Roe v. Wade itself and have never known an America without legalized abortion," write Rep Bill Flores and former Rep Marilyn Musgrave. "Yet the passion and energy of this new generation have redefined the modern pro-life movement and set the stage for new victories that will further protect our nation's unborn children..."
Townhall interviews Lila Rose, president of Live Action, during the 42nd annual March for Life:
"Tuesday's State of the Union address exemplified the glossy, impervious D.C. bubble, with president Obama spouting giveaways like a carnival barker and repeatedly misusing the most popular word in our nation's capital, which is 'free'," writes Heather Wilhelm. "Community college! Child care!"
"Television ratings for the State of the Union have been dropping in recent years - 33.3 million people watched in 2014, which is four million less than the previous year and less than a third of the number who watched the Super Bowl. This is bad, because many Americans are clearly missing a glorious chance to see how insane our government really is..."
The Institute has an immediate opening for the position of Administrative Assistant. The individual in this front office position serves as the 'face' of the organization and must support the Institute's primary mission to promote conservative ideas and women leaders. Read more.
Lauren McCue is a student activist at Virginia Tech University and served this past summer as an Institute intern. Institute Lecture Director Laurel Conrad recently asked this emerging leader about her experience in hosting a standing-room-only campus lecture at her school.
Watch (or read) to see why Lauren says her summer internship at the Luce Institute was transformative for her: