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UN Ambassador Nikki Haley Makes a Stand for Human Rights

The U.S. decision to withdraw from the UN Human Rights Council stemmed from the Council’s hypocrisy, political favoritism and biased stance against Israel.

Journalist Salena Zito Introduces Harvard Students to Small-Town Americans

“These Harvard kids got the less of their lives in the Heartland.”

CBLPI’s 2018 DC Women’s Summit Brings Conservative Summer Interns Together

The two-day event brought together conservative interns working in the nation’s capital.

Trump Administration’s 500-Day Achievements

The President deserves credit for following through on so many of his promises.

Ambassador Nikki Haley’s Instrumental Role in the Singapore Summit

Her strong leadership paved the way.

Three Observations from the Masterpiece Cakeshop Court Decision

What does it mean for the rest of us?

Alum Danielle Sturgis Schubring

A wife, an Honor Flight Network volunteer, and a Managing Director at a digital publishing firm.

25th Anniversary Flashback: Phyllis Schlafly

“Two lessons from my life …”

Alum Viktoriya Muhka Chebotarev

A wife, a Legal Assistant, and beginning in the fall, a law student.

God Grant Us Unity

Unity is the theme of this year’s National Day of Prayer.

Kelly Heilman – 2018 Student of the Year

Kelly was chosen for her dedication to promoting conservative values on her campus.

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.

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.