feminism

My first installment in the Flashback Friday Interviews series features Kellyanne Conway, who was recently appointed Counselor to the President. It’s now been more than six years since I met and interviewed this skillful pollster (also a mother of four), who last year became the first woman

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My latest book review can be found at Turning Point USA: . . . Scottie asserts that conservative women have the self-respect and realistic outlook to understand that women are not inferior when they assume roles different from men. Rebuking the statist belief in feminist

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It has been quite awhile since I made a blog post categorized under the “Journal” label. In an effort to be professional and not fill the blogosphere with personalized, sentimental clutter that once characterized the silly blog posts of my teen years, I effectively ceased

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March 8th was International Women’s Day. In fact, this month marks the 100th anniversary of the international feminist celebration initiated by Clara Zetkin, a socialist German politician who took the last name of her Russian lover, eventually married a fellow eighteen years younger than herself

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“Women are the last line of defense.” – Fire From the Heartland film trailer The following is a letter to Christian conservative women on the subject of the Bible and women in state government. Dear Sisters in Christ, As I write on this chilly October

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Pam & Tim Tebow (AP Photo) So let’em tell it! Liberal women’s groups et al are offended at the prospects of a Super Bowl ad featuring Tim Tebow and his mother, Pam.  The reason?  Because it is “likely to convey an anti-abortion message.”  In our

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“Why do you always wear dresses? Don’t you wear pants, ever?” queried my grandmother, affectionately called “LaLa” by all of us grandchildren. My mother’s stepmother always liked nicely styled things, from hair cuts to earrings, so questioning my clothes was something I should have expected.

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There are many fine Christians that have taken opposite sides in this Presidential Election.  I have no desire to drive a wedge between myself and them because of politics, seeing that they may very well be right on other issues and valuable allies in the faith.  However, there

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