Freedom’s Gate: PolitiChicks on Women’s History Month

The PolitiChicks guest on Freedom's Gate with Kevin Fobbs


WASHINGTON, March 3, 2015 — “What women really want” is more than a question; it can also be a statement and rallying cry. It helps set in motion the goals and ambitions of women who not only lead, but also challenge and change the landscape of America.

Women’s History Month is one arena where the vote, the issues, the aspirations and the challenges facing women are showcased to help shatter myths. The month reminds America of the conservative values, principles and accomplishments women of purpose and fortitude achieve every single day.

A year before the presidential election, women are leading from their professions, jobs, homes, families, their media, and air waves and especially from sharing with one another.

With the election season of 2016 already underway, the recent Unite IE conference in California and CPAC conference are heightening the importance that women leaders will be playing in determining the next leader of the Free World.

Joining in the discussion on Standing at Freedom’s Gate will be PolitiChicks Ann-Marie Murrell, Dr. Gina Loudon, and Morgan Brittany, who all co-authored the bestselling book, “What Women (Really) Want,” and have a highly successful Politi-Chicks web-TV talk show. The PolitiChicks will be leading with their maternal instincts and warrior spirit to discuss and share what they and Americans can do to help shape and elevate the issues and challenges that matter to heartland America.

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