On this week’s episode, April, Kira and Teri talk about April’s upcoming Lasik procedure, the unhinged left and their culpability in the shooting of Steve Scalise, and the very odd case of UVA student Otto Warmbier.

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Special guest host and Georgia Smart Girl Cheryl Lavette interviews congressional candidate Karen Handel about the upcoming special election in GA-06. Karen sets the record straight about her opponent, Jon Ossoff, and the falsehoods he and his campaign are peddling.

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April is back! This week, she joins Kira and Teri to talk about the utter stupidity of Kathy Griffin, fun times in the Indy 500 infield, and the scourge of fidget spinners and homemade slime. Also, why Baltimore’s schools are failing (be sure to listen to Kira’s take on this!) and why concern trolls have to be so trollish.

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On this week’s episode, Teri and Kira discuss the starring role Melania’s hand played in Trump’s first overseas trip and how her fashion choices always send a subtle message. Other topics include whether or not a Manchester-type terrorist attack could happen in the US, why people need to just leave Ariana Grande alone, and NYC’s Puerto Rican Day Parade honoring a convicted terrorist. Also, K-pop, Miley Cyrus, and why air-dropping blue jeans and Coca-Cola might save the world. 

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Not as risqué as it sounds … or is it? On this week’s show, Teri and Kira talk about Jerry Brown calling California’s taxpayers “freeloaders,” Joss Whedon’s truly horrible Mother’s Day message, and why the left loves to dance on the graves of dead conservatives. Also, a new poll – and everyone knows polling is never wrong – shows Americans prefer Five Guys over In-N-Out.

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On this week’s episode, April reveals how her first-ever cupping session went, what Mike Pence’s special skill is, and how she culturally appropriated margaritas on Cinco de Mayo. Kira talks about her RedState article detailing how one Australian couple is, rather appallingly, making human embryos into jewelry, and Teri laments the lost art of RSVPing.

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Kira, April, and Teri are back with more real talk from conservative women. Topics this week include Teri and Kira’s shared loved of the British royal family, the right’s messaging problem when it comes to dealing with Jimmy Kimmel’s healthcare comments, and the awful YouTube parents who’ve lost custody of two of their children.

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Join Teri, Kira and April as they chat about the joys of Ebates, breaking free from the Kohl’s Cash loop, the real reason ESPN is failing, Bill Nye the Political Guy, and some made-up thing called “cissexism.” Also, find out why Teri identifies as a supermodel.

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Teri, Kira and April are back for more real talk from conservative women. This week’s topics include Facebook’s plans to suck us all into their virtual reality world, why Bill O’Reilly had to go, Adam Sandler’s domination of Netflix, and why the hell it costs $36,000 to throw a wedding.

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Author David Limbaugh stops by to chat with Teri and Kira about his new book, The True Jesus: Uncovering the Divinity of Christ in the Gospels. Find out who the real Jesus is, as revealed by the Gospels, and how Christians today can use the Gospels as armor in an increasingly secular society.

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Host Teri Christoph shares an essay she wrote on the frustrations of being a conservative woman who doesn’t feel welcome on beauty and lifestyle blogs in the age of Trump.

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The Smart Girl Politics podcast is back with a new format! Host Teri Christoph will be joined each week by Kira Davis, writer at RedState.com and April Gregory, recovering politico, to discuss issues important to conservatives. This week’s topics include boys competing as girls, Notre Dame losing its minds over Mike Pence, and websites becoming increasingly unwelcome to conservative women.

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Host Teri Christoph discusses an important bill that was recently vetoed by her governor, Terry McAuliffe. This law that would’ve helped women who are victims of domestic abuse to better protect themselves, and it brings to mind the tragic story of Carol Bowne.

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The women who truly changed America didn’t look anything like Gloria Steinem or Betty Friedan. Host Teri Christoph takes a closer look at these true feminists in her series “The Real Feminists.” Today’s episode explores the life of Ida B. Wells, a conservative black journalist during and after Reconstruction who bravely spoke out against lynching. Oh, and she was the original Rosa Parks.

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Have you seen that video that’s going around Facebook of a tiny house village that’s being built for homeless veterans in Kansas City, MO? Well, host Teri Christoph gets the full scoop on the village from one of its creators, Kevin Jamison of Veterans Community Project. It’s a nice break from politics!

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The last of the CPAC interviews! HotAir’s Ed Morrissey helps deconstruct Trump’s CPAC speech and radio host Larry O’Connor stops by to talk Trump, the state of the conservative movement, and Kirk Cousins.

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Host Teri Christoph went to CPAC seeking an answer to the question: What the heck’s going on with the conservative movement in the age of Trump? Her guests, Guy Benson and Matt Vespa from Townhall.com, attempt to find that answer.

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Now that Republicans hold the White House, the House of Representatives, and the Senate, not to mention a slew of state governorships and legislatures, what will activism look like in 2017? Host Teri Christoph and her guests Sean Lansing (Americans For Prosperity) and Robert Kuykendall (2nd Vote) attempt to answer that question.

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Host Teri Christoph talks about the CPAC/Milo Yiannopoulos controversy (resisting the urge to call this episode “When they go low, we go Milo”) and how Milo might be the key to a conservative resurgence. Film critic Christian Toto of HollywoodinToto.com stops by in the second half of the show to give a preview of the Oscars.

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Host Teri Christoph welcomes Suzanne Venker, author of the new book, The Alpha Female’s Guide to Men & Marriage: How Love Works. Suzanne discusses what makes a woman an alpha female, what alpha women need to do to have a happy relationship, and whether or not the word “feminism” is worth reclaiming. Men, you’ll want to listen to this one!

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Host Teri Christoph is joined by fellow Smart Girl Marcia Chambliss to discuss the Mean Girls of the left, how they are re-energizing conservative women, and why conservatives need to push back against the #GrabYourWallet bullies.

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Host Teri Christoph interviews Elizabeth Poe, owner of The Joy of Knitting in Franklin, TN. Elizabeth recently refused to sell yarn to a customer who wanted to knit a Women’s March “pussy hat,” and you can guess what happened next. But Elizabeth is standing her ground and refusing to be bullied by liberals.

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Host Teri Christoph and her fellow Smart Girls Cheryl and Rosa offer advice to liberal women on turning their anger into activism. Other topics include the March For Life, why conservative women are energized by the Women’s March, and that time SGP had a pajama party with Steve Bannon. True story.

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Host Teri Christoph offers the conservative woman’s viewpoint on the Women’s March that took place last weekend and why those women don’t speak for her.

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Will 2017 be the year of school choice? National School Choice Week President Andrew Campanella stops by to talk with Teri about School Choice Week, which starts January 22nd. Andrew explains the beginnings of the organized school choice movement, the different kinds of schooling options available to all American children, and what economically disadvantaged families can do to gain access to these options. All this and not one mention of Betsy DeVos!

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