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.”
Student snowflakes protested the lecture beforehand, and one attendee exchanged heated words with the speaker before storming out of the lecture.
Highlights of CBLPI’s North Carolina Women’s Summit
Those who insist that terrorism has nothing to do with religion, explains Katharine Gorka, president/co-founder of the Council on Global Security, ignore the very real conflict within the Muslim religious world. This conflict is not of our making, or is it ours to solve, but without a doubt the United States has an important role […]
Former U.S. Treasurer Bay Buchanan discusses the characteristics of leadership.
Becki Gray, Tami Fitzgerald and Joyce Pope discuss issues facing women.
Aubrey Blankenship offers insight and tips for online activism for the conservative woman.
Alissa Lopez (Gettysburg College), Kathleen McGimpsey (Duke University), Andrea Vacchiano (Rutgers University), and Elizabeth Campbell (Virginia Tech) discuss activism initiatives on their campuses.
Author and commentator Kate Obenshain discusses restoring liberty at the NC Women’s Summit in Raleigh on October 1, 2016.
Amanda shares her story of survival after a brutal attack as a college student …
Former U.S. Treasurer offers (often humorous) advice on how women can achieve their career goals …
Using a CD-packaging metaphor, Marji Ross discusses the fine balance between liberty (free speech) and security (government enforcement) …
“If you can’t make them see the light, make them feel the heat” …