Mink-clad Coulter, Malkin featured in conservative calendar
Just in time for the holidays, er, Christmas shopping season. The Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute is hawking its annual “Pretty in Mink” calendar featuring glammed-up women scions of the conservative movement, like Ann “failed Bob Beauprez fundraiser” Coulter and recent Colorado Springs emigré Michelle Malkin.
From the institute’s Web site:
Following in the tradition of past calendars from the Luce Policy Institute, Pretty in Mink celebrates smart, conservative women role models … with flair.
We took some of your favorite leaders of today’s conservative movement on a journey back in time, and made them up into glamorous movie stars of classic Hollywood. Back when the big screen was a little more glamorous, women were a little more feminine, the men a little more charming — and the world a little less politically correct.
Featured in the calendar is a Who’s Who of lady ideologues from the right who — while they may not want to admit it — enjoy rights and opportunities not shared by their sisters from when the “world was a little less politically correct.” But why let some pesky facts get in the way of these dames shilling a little conservative (albeit pretty tame) fantasy for the cause, eh, bub?
The gals of the GOP for your viewing pleasure:
Miss January — Kellyanne Conway, Republican strategist and pollster
Miss February — Star Parker, author and professional speaker
Miss March – Susan Phalen, State Department senior adviser for Iraq communications
Miss April – Nonie Darwish, author and founder of Arabs for Israel
Miss May – Mary Katharine Ham, online editor of The Washington Examiner
Miss June – Michelle Malkin, syndicated columnist
Miss July – Amanda Carpenter, author
Miss August – Sandy Liddy Bourne, policy vice president for the Heartland Institute
Miss September – Ann Coulter, author
Miss October – Kate Obenshain, ex-chief of staff for Sen. George Allen
Miss November – Miriam Grossman, M.D., psychiatrist and author
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