Women have made great advances in equality, but will they lose them in the quest for “gender identity” and the abolition of male and female?
AEI Senior Fellow Karlyn Bowman will speak on “Millennials, Attitudes and Demographics.”
They are so panicked on the Left. They are so afraid that we’re getting stronger.
The Institute will honor Kellyanne Conway as its 2017 Woman of the Year.
“Media have a problem understanding women who are both successful and fertile.”
The event is the 2017 Central Coast Freedom Banquet in Monterey CA.
Michelle will discuss Clare Boothe Luce’s writing career.
Mollie Hemingway, senior editor at The Federalist, will be the featured speaker at the Conservative Women’s Network luncheon on March 24.
Nonie Darwish, author of “Wholly Different: Why I Chose Christian Values over Islamic Values,” converted to Christianity as an adult. She compares and contrasts the two world religions as she has experienced them.
(Note: the recording camera had to be handheld, which resulted in greater movement in the video than we would like.)
Transgender policies are being promoted across the nation, but how will those policies impact women?
Hands Across the Aisle is a coalition of ideologically diverse women who joined forces to stand in solidarity, despite their political differences, against Gender Identity and transgender policies, which they argue threaten to erase women and women’s rights.
Author Ann McElhinney weaves a poignant story of defenseless victims, callous government officials, and willful media blindness.
“One independent watchdog group can change history.”
Diana Furchtgott-Roth, Jennifer Marshall, Cleta Mitchell, and Tracie Sharp discuss the outcome of the 2016 presidential election and its ramifications.
Melanie Kirkpatrick shares stories from her book about the American holiday, including the story of “the godmother of Thanksgiving.”