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Popular political news commentator Scottie Nell Hughes tackles the myth of the weak and meek conservative American woman with a fighting spirit that refuses to be intimidated by the mainstream media.
The media and many politicians have defined today's American woman as a bra-burning liberal who sees men as competitors and children as burdens. According to them, women want federal bureaucrats to run our schools. They need churches to pay for prescriptions that violate religious faith. They trust big government and mistrust our military, and they care more about obscure endangered species than endangered American jobs. Any woman who defies these stereotypes is marginalized and ignored--particularly if her outlook is bold, strong, conservative, and Christian. Scottie Hughes emphatically rejects those stereotypes-and with a ROAR, refuses to be ignored. She describes the strength of the new conservative woman in everyday life and politics, from her deep faith and spirituality to her love for family and children to her independence and refusal to participate in a manufactured war against men. Hardcover.
Number of Pages: 279
Vendor: Worthy Publishing
Publication Date: 2014
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The founding fathers thought it best that women not vote. The founding fathers never met a woman like Scottie Nell Hughes. As you turn the last page of her first book, Roar, youll feel much more confident that Americas female voting population could well become the bloc that finally turns the tide back toward liberty, self reliance, and pride in America.
Former talk radio host and author of Maybe I Should Shut Up and Go Away and The FairTax Book
In an era of a bogus war on women, Scottie Nell Hughes offers a powerful antidote of truth. ROAR is a courageous political manifesto and a deeply personal story. Most importantly, it is a passionate call to action for women who care about the future of America. We have more power than we think. As Scottie argues, now is the time to use it.
MONICA CROWLEY, Ph.D
Fox News analyst and nationally syndicated radio host of The Monica Crowley Show
America has its modern-day superwomanScottie Nell Hughes. As a mother of two shes head chef, homework checker, and person in charge of fun. As a private citizen shes the protector of the Constitution, main street, and freedom. A purveyor of grassroots passion in all forms of media from radio to television to the Internet, her distinctive voice rings loud and clear. Some might even say it ROARS. It should make us all sleep easier knowing that Scottie, armed with Christian values and unparalleled determination, is always fighting for truth, justice, and the American way.
CHARLES PAYNE, Fox Business Network and founder & CEO of Wall Street Strategies
Scottie Nell Hughes is the original Steel Magnolia! She has that rare combination of southern charm and big city street smarts. Its quite a thing to watch her take on liberals as she confounds them with her clever commentary. You must read ROAR! Her inaugural book is like a cold glass of sweet tea on a hot summer dayitll quench your thirst and your soul! In my book, Scottie Nell Hughes is one classy lady!
Radio host and regular contributor to Fox News and weekly columnist for HumanEvents.com and TownHall.com
ROAR should be read by every woman in this country. Scottie Nell Hughes speaks from the heart and tells it like it is. Scottie stands up for conservative principles and pushes back against the mainstream medias idea of the modern woman. The book is both refreshing and interesting.
Political reporter and commentator and regular contributor to Fox News
Scottie Nell Hughes is a wonderful mix of beauty, brains, and southern sass. At a time when the conservative woman is under attack from all sides, but quietly lauded across America, ROAR is just the megaphone thats needed to speak over the stereotypes and initiate tough conversations about the important issues we face every day. Scottie will not be silencedI encourage everyone to hear her ROAR!
Vice President, Wise Public Affairs, and former communications director for CPAC
Scottie Nell Hughes has it all. Shes worked hard, but also lived and loved. Scottie speaks from the heart, and with her southern charm and no-nonsense tough love she shares her observations about women today and why we shouldnt let mainstream media suck us into shunning traditional roles. Scotties practices what she preaches and proves that women today who are strong and ambitious in the workforce are also loving and compassionate partners and mothers. In ROAR, Scottie will motivate you to not only reevaluate the tremendous challenges facing women and our country today, but to do something about it.
Political opinion editor, The Christian Post
Scottie Nell Hughes is one of the most popular guests on my show, with listeners always asking when were going to have her on again. She addresses the issues head on as only
she canwith her intelligence, southern charm, and bold beliefs. Anything Scottie writes is a must-read for todays conservatives.
SARA MARIE BRENNER
Host of The Sara Marie Brenner Show
As critics try to put the Tea Party in a casket and women peer out at the landscape of the 2016 elections and declare their role, this Tea Party mother roars her way out, and leaves them all pale and aghast! Theres poetry in that! It is time for the patriotic woman to ROAR!"
Dr. GINA LOUDON
Host of Smart Life with Dr. Gina
From our first meeting on the ground in Iraq during the peak of the war, through her time as a behind-the-scenes radio producer, to her on-camera triumphs, and now as author of this groundbreaking book, I have watched Scottie Nell Hughes prove herself time and time and time again. Because of Scotties unique sense of humor, her tenacity, her intelligence, and her leadership in the Tea Party Movement, Im sure this book is only the first of many important, must-read works to comes from her. ROAR is for anyone who wants to understand the truth about conservative women and join the strong movement Scottie represents. Scottie represents.
Weekly columnist, blogger, and daily video-show host for The Washington Times
A Tea Party mom who clearly knows the Tea Party is far from dead emphatically makes her case in ROAR!
ANN MARIE MURRELL
Founder of Politichicks
bookwomanjoanOak Harbor, WAAge: 55-65Gender: female3 Stars Out Of 5Encouragement to Roar but no suggestions on how to do itSeptember 17, 2014bookwomanjoanOak Harbor, WAAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 3Value: 3Meets Expectations: 2Hughes has written this book because she wants Conservative women to speak out, to not shy away from battles. She wants Conservative women to know they are not alone in their quest to save the family. Conservative women need to know the strength they have and the influence they can have through social media.
She writes about parental freedom in raising children. My biggest fear is that the government will continue to weave in and out of the family dynamic until we will no longer be able to make choices according to our own discernment. (86) She gives her opinions on motherhood, birth control devices, education, the disarmament of women, the media, freedom of religion, women in combat (not), the (supposed) gender gap, climate change, and more.
Hughes is quick to make it clear that she is a biased journalist, believing that her opinion is correct and supported by facts. (120)
If you believe the Left can do no right and the Right can do no wrong, you'll love this book. It is definitely a book for Republican women as Hughes writes about cooking meals, being sexy in bed, dating in college, being a mommy, etc.
I was bothered by Hughes' style of writing. She is really in your face, so to speak. I found it interesting that she writes of the Left, I think the key element missing in today's media is respect... (121) But she uses phrases like mindless voters, Leftist loonies, Liberal vultures, and President Obama and his mindless toadies. If she honestly wants to criticize lack of respect on the Left, then I would think she would show some in return. I don't listen to the rhetoric from the Right (nor from the Left, for that matter), so I was a a bit shocked by her language of attack.
Hughes writes, The weakest link in the Conservative movement today unfortunately falls on the shoulders of the female. (5) She wants Conservative women to speak out, to make their voice heard. I'm all for it, as long as we remain respectful before God and our fellow man (and woman).
This book is a combination of thoughts on being a woman and encouragement for women to find their voice. I've never wanted to be a model for Victoria's Secret nor have I had my bikini line waxed, so I had difficulty identifying with some of Hughes' thoughts on being a woman. Women for whom concepts like that are important will like this book.
I wish there had been some practical suggestions for women on how to speak out. Hughes has given a great deal of encouragement to do so but has failed to tell women what they can do and how they can do it.
I received a complimentary digital copy of this book from the publisher for the purpose of an independent and honest review.