Reasoned Audacity: Celebrating Two Years and Speaking at Harvard
Today is the two year anniversary of the weblog Reasoned Audacity. This blog combines Charmaine’s Politics in Real Life with Your Business Blogger’s Business Sense, Military Precision and Timeless Truth.
We will celebrate the beginning of the terrible two’s by sending Charmaine on a plane north with The Dreamer for a lecture at Harvard. She will give a talk on conservative women and work.
Your Business Blogger
a Neanderthal, knuckle dragging
conservative husband who
insisted on The Little Woman
getting a Ph.D. Pictured is Charmaine simultaneously working on her Ph.D. in politics and caring for the baby Dreamer ca 1993. The classic Proverbs 31 woman.
From the Family Research Council,
FRC’S Dr. Charmaine Yoest to Address Conference at Harvard University
February 23, 2007 – Friday
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 23, 2007 CONTACT: J.P. Duffy or Maria Donovan, (866) FRC-NEWS
Cambridge, MA – Dr. Charmaine Yoest, Vice President of Communications for the Family Research Council will be speaking Saturday, February 24, 2007 at the Conservative Women’s Conference presented by the Conservative Women’s Caucus at Harvard University.
WHAT: Conservative Women’s Conference
Dr. Yoest will deliver a speech entitled A Higher Ambition: Women at the Intersection of Sex, Power, and Purpose. She will discuss how the feminist political agenda harms women and the challenges that women face in the twenty-first century.
As a widely published author, political analyst, and frequent media commentator, she is working on her next book, A G.I. Bill for Moms: Mothers, the Market and the American Way. Her earlier book, Mother in the Middle (HarperCollins), was an examination of work/family and childcare policy.
As an expert on domestic and international social policy, Dr. Yoest has provided Congressional testimony before both the United States House of Representatives and the Senate.
WHO: Dr. Charmaine Yoest, Vice President of Communications for Family Research Council
WHEN: Saturday, February 24, 2007
1:15 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. Eastern
WHERE: Harvard Hall at Harvard University
Thank you (foot)notes:
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The Woman Who Fears the Lord
10 An excellent wife who can find?
She is far more precious than jewels.
11 The heart of her husband trusts in her,
and he will have no lack of gain.
12 She does him good, and not harm,
all the days of her life.
13 She seeks wool and flax,
and works with willing hands.
14 She is like the ships of the merchant;
she brings her food from afar.
15 She rises while it is yet night
and provides food for her household
and portions for her maidens.
16 She considers a field and buys it;
with the fruit of her hands she plants a vineyard.
17 She dresses herself  with strength
and makes her arms strong.
18 She perceives that her merchandise is profitable.
Her lamp does not go out at night.
19 She puts her hands to the distaff,
and her hands hold the spindle.
20 She opens her hand to the poor
and reaches out her hands to the needy.
21 She is not afraid of snow for her household,
for all her household are clothed in scarlet.
22 She makes bed coverings for herself;
her clothing is fine linen and purple.
23 Her husband is known in the gates
when he sits among the elders of the land.
24 She makes linen garments and sells them;
she delivers sashes to the merchant.
25 Strength and dignity are her clothing,
and she laughs at the time to come.
26 She opens her mouth with wisdom,
and the teaching of kindness is on her tongue.
27 She looks well to the ways of her household
and does not eat the bread of idleness.
28 Her children rise up and call her blessed;
her husband also, and he praises her:
29 “Many women have done excellently,
but you surpass them all.”
30 Charm is deceitful, and beauty is vain,
but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised.
31 Give her of the fruit of her hands,
and let her works praise her in the gates.