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In the introduction to our Jan/Feb edition of your Family Voice, I said, "Things aren't truly going to change until there are big changes in Washington."
To be honest, I was bursting at the seams wanting to tell you the plans the Board and I had in works. Well, I can tell you now. Concerned Women for America just welcomed Penny Young Nance to our executive team as the new Chief Executive Officer.
I won't spend a lot of time on details here. I talk about it more in my Chairman's Desk feature. And our lead item will get you better acquainted with her.
Penny hit the ground running during the health care struggle, and suffice to say, adding her to our already outstanding executive team has meant nothing but trouble for Congress and the most liberal President we've had in office.
Pray for us. Join us. America is still a land "of the people, by the people, for the people." This is far from over.
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Articles in this Edition
The Chairman's Desk
Unlike the politicians, we're ready to face the future. We've added a CEO into the mix of an already excellent leadership team. Read more ...
Public Policy is Family Policy
She frightens shock jocks around the country, and she helped steer the Federal Communications Commission on the straight and narrow. But who is Penny Young Nance? Read more ...
Social Security Shocker: Men in Women’s Bathrooms?
Under new federal policies issued by the Office of Personnel Management, women and men who claimed they were women would be allowed to use the same bathroom in places like the Social Security office. Read more ...
Standing Strong Together
At Concerned Women for America (CWA), it's not "the National Office" vs. "the State Affiliates." We view it as a team effort, and we work — and stand strong — together. Building on that idea, CWA is making an exciting change to its leadership conferences this year. Read more ...
From the President
When Army Private Francheska Velez made her final trip home, hundreds of people lined the street to honor her. She and her unborn baby had been killed by a Muslim extremist — but not in Iraq. No, this Islamic terrorist wore an American Army uniform. Read more ...
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