This week, we tackle all the news you need to know in rapid fire format:

 

  • Republican congresswoman, Elise Stefankik, was called “trash” by feminists who oppose her role in the Presidential impeachment hearings.
  • Justice Kavanaugh’s accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, wins an award for courage from ACLU.
  • The Charlie’s Angels reboot film flopped at the box office, and Elizabeth Blanks blames it on sexism.
  • Due to LGBTQ controversy, Ellie Goulding almost backed out of the Dallas Cowboys Thanksgiving halftime show that kicks off Salvation Army’s “red kettle” campaign.
  • Chick-fil-A withdraws funding to Christian organizations after increased pressure from LGBTQ groups.

Plus:

 

Get to know the hosts of “Problematic Women,” Lauren Evans and Virginia Allen, in a personal, unscripted interview. Their interns ask them questions about their career paths, faith, what it’s like to be a conservative in DC, and dating.

 

And we crown two Problematic Women this week — Heritage Interns Kara Brown and Kianna Steadman. They share their advice to other young problematic women and what they’ve learned from working in the Heritage Communications Department.

 

Enjoy the show!

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