Parenting Great Kids Podcast - Episode 161
How to Raise a Conservative Daughter
with guest Michelle Easton
Hosted by Dr. Meg Meeker | April 5, 2022 | 40:16 min.
Michelle Easton is the president of the Clare Boothe Luce Center for Conservative Women (cblwomen.org) which prepares young women for leadership in policy, civil society, and the family. She has dedicated her career to equipping young women to think for themselves on important issues and to dismantling the radical, feminist, and liberal ideologies threatening American society.
The mother of three grown sons, Easton has hundreds of “daughters” whom she has helped launch into productive and fulfilling adulthood. A lawyer and laborer in the conservative movement since the early 1970s, Easton worked through all twelve years of the Reagan-Bush administrations, including in presidential appointments in the Education Department. She lives in Virginia and Florida with her husband, Ron Robinson.
Michelle Easton is the founder and president of the Clare Boothe Luce Center for Conservative Women, which prepares young women for leadership in policy, civil society, and the family. The mother of three grown sons, she has hundreds of “daughters” whom she has helped launch into productive and fulfilling adulthood. A lawyer and laborer in the conservative movement since the early 1970s, Michelle worked through all twelve years of the Reagan-Bush administrations, including in presidential appointments in the Education Department. Tune into the conversation between Dr. Meeker and Michelle as they discuss Michelle’s new book, How to Raise a Conservative Daughter.
MEG and GUEST MICHELLE EASTON (PART 1)
Dr. Meeker and Michelle review Michelle’s latest book, focusing on:
– Why society praises liberal women and disparages conservative women
– The origin of the feminist movement
– Nonie Darwish, a former muslum who speaks on the dangers of misogyny and abuse towards women
– Kellyanne Conway’s character and the example she set as the Senior Counselor to former president, Donald Trump.
MEG and GUEST MICHELLE EASTON (PART 2)
Dr. Meeker and Michelle discuss Star Parker, who is another conservative woman of faith that made it into Michelle’s book. Equally important to kindness and encouragement, Dr. Meeker and Michelle agree that a woman must have courage to speak into issues that truly matter. The two deliberate on the significance of women applauding virtue in other women and they also share why they are hopeful that younger generations of women will change the current liberal tide.
FROM THE PRODUCER
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