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What About The War On Conservative Women?

This week I was reading an article about women's rights over at the Daily Beast that got me thinking. As a journalist, I pay attention accuracy and it started off all wrong, perpetuating the myth that no women defended religious liberty in testimony before Congress last month. In fact, two women did. Dr. Allison Dabbs Garrett, the senior vice-president for academic affairs at Oklahoma Christian University, defended religious liberty.
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