Fearless Women Fighting for the Right to Hold Traditional American Values

By Karen Hunter

“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I – I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.”, Robert Frost – The Road Not Taken; 1916.

There are many people easily swayed by information they are given. Very few dig deeper to find real truth. Those who eat whatever they are fed take the well-traveled road and live by the old adage, “ignorance is bliss”. Others take the road less traveled and choose to seek out truth. This is not the easy option, it requires strength and fortitude accompanied by the possibility of having to fight for what you believe in.

Turning Point USA (TPUSA), a non-profit organization founded by Charlie Kirk in 2012, is more than familiar with the less traveled path. “The organization’s mission is to identify, educate, train, and organize students to promote the principles of fiscal responsibility, free markets, and limited government.” www.turninpointusa.com. Among those affiliated with TPUSA are four women whom I consider to be true warriors fighting for their belief in traditional American values our nation has held throughout history. The core values of liberty, self-government, equality, individualism, diversity and unity. These women are not fighting to make everyone believe as they do, they are fighting to keep these core values alive as they are essential to every American and our freedom. I had the privilege of speaking to these fearless women and want to share with you, in their own words, their individual journeys, passions and the specific missions they have set out to accomplish.

Click on the image below to learn each of their stories

Alex Clark

Isabel Brown

Zoe Sozo Bethel

Amy Robbins

The fact that our freedom is under fire should concern everyone, no matter what side of the political fence you are on. Conservative or liberal, we all have constitutional rights that are under attack and losing these will affect us all. These women are not fighting for people to take on their beliefs or point of view. They are fighting to retain the rights and freedoms that allow us all to have and express our own beliefs and points of view. This is what traditional American values are all about… freedom and civil liberties. To learn more about these women and TPUSA please visit www.tpusa.com.

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