Kayla Gabrielse "Fighting the 'War on Women'"
Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014 - Noon to 1:05 p.m.
Machine Shed, Appleton
Directions: (Google Maps) Exit Hwy 41 at College Ave, go west one block to Mall Drive, turn right, go one block, turn right on Fox River Dr.
“Scott Walker has given women the back of his hand… What Republican tea party extremists like Scott Walker are doing is they are grabbing us by the hair and pulling us back.”
Thus spoke DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz last week, igniting the latest salvo in the progressive left’s decades-long “War on Women” narrative. Being collectivists at heart, Schultz-style feminists never cease in stoking the fires of division and resentment, pitting men and women against one another.
Are you tired of being smeared as an “oppressor” for opposing infanticide of the pre-born, questioning taxpayer-funded birth control, or refusing to accept the lie that gender-averaged wage differences are the result of a patriarchal conspiracy?
On Tuesday, Sept 16, Kayla Gabrielse, field staffer for American Majority, will join us to expose the key gender myths used by the left. She will also provide the messaging tools necessary to respond in a way that will change hearts and minds.
Further Resources regarding our last Forum:
- For a summary of concerns over the City of Appleton’s dash to build a showpiece library, see Supervisor Thomas’ letter to the mayor (link).
- For the details of Architect Biggar’s renovation plan for the existing library, which could save at least $16 million over than the official renovation estimate, click here (link).
- On Sept 23, in commemoration of upcoming Constitution Day, constitutional expert Richard Church will examine the revolutionary role of the 14th Amendment in everything from guns rights to marriage law.
- On Sept 30, Charlie Meadows, founder of one of the most effective grassroots organizations in the country, will join us.
- Look for future luncheons on the possibilities for a left-right coalition in fighting the nationalization and corporatization of education, the truth about “fracking” and the environment, and an overview of all aspects of the food freedom fight with a leading attorney in the field.
“The great heroes of women’s liberation are not the straggly-haired women on television talk shows and picket lines, but Thomas Edison, who brought the miracle of electricity to our homes to give light and to run all those labor-saving devices -- the equivalent, perhaps, of a half-dozen household servants. Or Elias Howe who gave us the sewing machine that resulted in such an abundance of ready-made clothing. Or Clarence Birdseye, who invented the process for freezing foods. Or Henry Ford, who mass-produced the automobile so that it is within the price-range of every American.”
-- Phyllis Schlafly, 1972