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RPV Women's Coalition

A platform for Virginia's conservative women to exchange ideas and promote the future of the Republican party of Virginia.

Website: http://rpvnetwork.ning.com/group/rpvwomenscoalition
Location: Virginia
Members: 55
Latest Activity: Jul 29, 2010

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Started by Linda Wall Dec 8, 2008.

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Comment by Linda Wall on August 2, 2009 at 6:49pm
Sign petition on tenth amendment for Virginia General Assembly

http://www.petitiononline.com/10thwrva/petition.html
Comment by Brandy on July 27, 2009 at 2:10am
Hi everyone...I am in the president of the newly formed/charter Louisa Country Republican Women's Club. We were recognized by VFRW at the June meeting. We are growing fast in numbers and are participating in several events in the county to assist our GOP ticket in getting the information out.
Comment by Linda Wall on July 10, 2009 at 1:12pm
Listen to Sarah Palin's Speech:
http://www.gov.state.ak.us/video_GovPalin-July3Announcement.php
Comment by Colette Moran on January 31, 2009 at 3:29pm
I'm in Stafford County near Geico -- any groups around there I should hook up with?
Comment by Rebecca Wales on January 3, 2009 at 8:58pm
Congratulations, Lynn! That's terrific! Have you joined us at http://smartgirlpolitics.ning.com? That's the kind of leadership I would love for all women in the Southeast group to see!

And make sure you put that in the Events section here on RPVNetwork!

Congrats again!!
Comment by Rebecca Wales on January 2, 2009 at 8:03pm
Hi all! My name is Rebecca and I am also a group leader in the Conservative Women's Network, Smart Girl Politics (as well as being a proud resident of Falls Church!) I hope you all will come and join us as http://smartgirlpolitics.ning.com and join the Southeast group, as well as any other groups that interest you (I am group leader for SGP Youth, for instance... anyone under 39 around??? Join the Youth Campus!).

This group is great, and I will definitely be joining you all in these discussions. I am a PROUD former McCain-PALIN 08 staffer - Deputy National Youth Director... and being able to be a part of history, serving for Gov. Palin, was something I am so proud of. We need to be able to keep that power and energy going... across the nation, and here in Virginia!
Comment by Lynda VanLiew Fairman on December 8, 2008 at 10:37am
In a way, the media and academia ARE teaching - however, it's only their version/opinion (while avoiding many facts) that is being fed to the masses. It's time that we and our party as a WHOLE get out there and start teaching the FACTS about who we are and in what we believe. A key factor in this education/advertising process, though, is that our elected officials who bear the 'R' after their names actually must follow and act on these conservative principles to be examples of these values. As Pres. Reagan said, it's time to be bold colors not pale pastels. (No more 'RINOs'!)

We can't be "Democrat-lite" to succeed...and we can't sit by quietly on the sidelines and moan about what's happening to us. While I was raised to be a 'Southern Lady' who doesn't create friction/discord, - especially regarding politics - I won't be silent anymore for the sake of ' good will'. I truly believe our national heritage and future is at stake during these dangerous & uncertain times. It's time to step up and take the reins - starting in our own local communities and expanding to the national community. Start thinking about what you/we CAN do, and start from there - be pro-active!
Comment by Carolyn Gibbons on December 6, 2008 at 11:12am
As long as the entrenched academia and media pursue their apparant goal of driving and forming opinion instead of teaching and informing , we are but "a (small) voice in the wilderness .....

Our race toward socialism is matched only by the speed and enthusiasm of the eastern European nations racing toward capitalism as they embrace democracy after their 50 years as prisoners of the Cold War. The juxtaosition is mind-boggling!
Comment by Lynda VanLiew Fairman on December 6, 2008 at 8:21am
I agree! I'm so tired of people assuming I'm a liberal Dem. because I'm a Southern woman with a college education...along with being an English & US History teacher! For decades conservative women, especially those from the South, have been portrayed as ignorant idiots in print & video; it's about time we got our conservative voice out there to show who we really are! Sarah Palin's story, energy, strength, & intelligence inspired me to jump in and start returning our GOP back to Reagan-Conservative values ...in other words, our published Republican beliefs... to put America back on the right track for our future! It's going to take US here in the 'grass roots' to rebuild OUR party - don't wait for someone else to come along...We CAN do it!
Comment by Linda Wall on December 5, 2008 at 5:27pm
Ladies, we need to spread "the fire" Sarah Palin ignited among conservative women. For too long Hillary,Oprah, Madonna, Cher,Barbara Walters,and the like have acted as if they represent the voice of the women of America!
 

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