The annual Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute calendar has come out and the conservative ladies featured in the calendar are Pretty in Mink. Read about it below and enjoy photos of the featured ladies.
This year’s annual Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute calendar features conservative ladies Pretty in Mink. Its a rather glamorous layout with some familiar women representing each month. Some might consider it a daily reminder that conservative women tend to be a much more attractive group than their ‘progressive’ counterparts. That was a naughty thing for me to say, of course, and completely unfair. Some people like hairy women.
There’s no doubt that the politically correct, impossibly stifling society we live in will take exception to the fact the women are wearing make-up, in classic hollywood glamorous poses and ….. wearing mink! Oh the horror of it all.
The Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute is run by Michelle Easton and is dedicated to “reaching out to women all over the nation to prepare them for effective conservative leadership.�?
You’ll be able to enjoy a year of looking at the following conservative women.
Miss January — Kellyanne Conway
Miss February — Star Parker
Miss March – Susan Phalen
Miss April – Nonie Darwish
Miss May – Mary Katharine Ham
Miss June – Michelle Malkin
Miss July – Amanda Carpenter
Miss August – Sandy Liddy Bourne
Miss September – Ann Coulter
Miss October – Kate Obenshain
Miss November – Miriam Grossman, M.D.
Miss December – Clare Boothe Luce
Produced and Directed By: Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute
Hair and Makeup By: Paul Mitchell The School and David Rios
Furs Provided By: Miller’s Furs
Photography By: KochFoto
Check out the photos of the ladies in the calendar at ABC News (yes, you actually read that right! a network news agency is carrying the photos and the story!).
Progressive websites are all aflutter about this, have dubbed each women with clever names like ‘Neo-con Barbie’, ‘Fascist Barbie’, ‘Idiot Barbie’ and the like. Isn’t that so very clever!!! Ah well, that’s to be expected. We haven’t found anything that makes them happy yet.