Celebrating The Strength And Achievements Of Republican Women This International Women’s Day



Discover the incredible achievements of Republican women in politics and beyond on International Women's Day.
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Today is International Women’s Day. As the only party that seemingly knows what a woman is – even without a degree in biology – we’d like to take a moment to highlight some of the incredible Republican women who have made a significant impact in politics and beyond.

These women are trailblazers, breaking barriers and inspiring others to pursue their dreams. Let’s take a moment to recognize their achievements and celebrate their strength.

Kristi Noem

Noem is the first female governor of South Dakota. She has championed conservative values and stood up for individual liberties, as seen in her handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, where she kept businesses and schools open. Noem has also championed protecting women and girls by signing legislation to keep biological males out of female sports.

Noem is on Donald Trump’s short list of Vice Presidential candidates.

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Sarah Huckabee Sanders

Speaking of Vice Presidential candidates, Sanders is actually the only one currently who tops Noem in recent polling, even as there hasn’t been much chatter about her being on Trump’s list.

Sanders is the first female governor of Arkansas. On her first day in office, she banned the phrase “LatinX” from official state correspondence. She also ordered a review of the teaching of critical race theory in Arkansas schools and forced a Chinese company to sell off their farmland, citing concerns about “hostile foreign entities” operating in the state.

This past October, she signed an executive order described as taking a stand against “woke madness”. It banned gender-neutral terms from all state government documents. Terms such as “pregnant person” and “chestfeeding” were gone.

Virginia Foxx

Throughout her time in Congress, Foxx has established herself as a champion of conservative values and has helped lead national movements to reduce federal government spending and increase government oversight and accountability.

She is currently the Chair of the House Education Committee and, at 80 years old, has represented the 5th Congressional District in North Carolina for just shy of 20 years.

But damned if this isn’t what popped into this author’s head when thinking about a strong woman – Foxx, telling fellow Rep. Byron Donalds and reporters around him to, “Get away from the damned elevator!”

Even Donalds got a chuckle out of that.

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Marjorie Taylor Greene

Sure, some of her luster was lost when she hitched a cart to ousted former House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, but it’d be impossible to overlook what a badass conservative female Greene (R-GA) has been since joining Congress.

Her strong stance on issues such as border security, gun rights, and limited government resonates with many conservative women. Greene is a vocal advocate for traditional values and is not afraid to challenge the political establishment, clearly.

She was a driving force behind the effort to impeach – an ultimately successful endeavor – DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas by forcing repeated votes. Then, much like Foxx and her tenacity, there was this …

Kari Lake

Lake’s background as a successful journalist and her ability to connect with people from all walks of life make her a respected and influential figure in the conservative movement.

She’s Trump, essentially, but perhaps a little more articulate about her arguments whereas the former President likes to swing for the fences with his brash arguments and humorous anecdotes.

As for strength, you don’t get much more of a titanium spine than turning down a bribe – even if that amount reached into the millions or “a billion” – from establishment Republicans, because you feel saving America is more important.

“This is not about money, it’s about our country,” Lake said emphatically when being pressured to drop out of politics.

Thank goodness the conservative movement has these women actively involved. On this International Women’s Day, let’s celebrate their achievements and continue to support women in leadership roles.

Because it’s about the country. It’s about America.

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