CBLPI Blog

The Extraordinary Clare Boothe Luce: Michelle Easton

A photo presentation of the life and extraordinary accomplishments of Ambassador Clare Boothe Luce.

Alum Natalie Cuzmenco Engstrom

A CPA, Senior Accountant at a Fortune 500 company, and a new mom juggling the work-family balancing act.

April 15 Tax Day: Progressives’ Misguided Notion that Uncle Sam is a Charity

There is so much wrong with this progressive thinking.

Saint Mary’s College refuses to support intellectual diversity, will not endorse university-approved lecture

Clare McKinney made all the changes requested by Saint Mary’s administrators so the event could go on, yet administrators continue to play liberal games.

Legal Immigrants Fight Against Sanctuaries for Illegals

The liberal stronghold of Howard Co, MD, never expected such “stout opposition” from legal immigrants.

25th Anniversary Flashback: Michelle Easton and Clare Boothe Luce

In this flashback video clip, CBLPI president discusses the organization’s namesake, Ambassador Clare Boothe Luce.

25th Anniversary Flashback: Lt Gov Rebecca Kleefisch

Sometimes laughing in the face of adversity is the best thing to do.

Immigrating to America is Not an Entitlement

Ying Ma, an immigrant from China, discusses current and proposed U.S. immigration policy.

St. Mary’s College hosts “Healing Circle” to cope with conservative ideas

“It’s time these opponents of free speech start recognizing our need to have our views brought to discussion and debate,” argues conservative student Clare McKinney.

SCOTUS Cases to Watch in 2018

Heritage Foundation legal analysts Tiffany Bates and Elizabeth Slattery highlight several important cases before the Supreme Court this year.

SCOTUS Cases to Watch in 2018

Legal analysts discuss upcoming SCOTUS cases to watch.

Laughing at the Left’s Misery

Saturday Night Live skit shows how miserable (and hilarious) conversation is for the radical left these days.

25th Anniversary Flashback: Miss America 2011

25th Anniversary Flashback: Teresa Scanlon, Miss America 2011

British to Crack Down on Islamic Sharia Councils

Report to Parliament confirms Sharia Councils’ discrimination against women, recommends legislation to bring Islamic marriage and divorce in line with other religions under British law.