Club Acheivement

SUNACRW participates in several of the NFRW Awards programs.

The most comprehensive is the 2-year Club Achievement Awards focusing on club and community involvement.  From campaign activities to educational programs, volunteering on camaigns to voter registration, we strive for the embodiment of Republican principles.

Some recent highlights:

3788 volunteer hours in the past 24 months

Resolutions on important legislative and public policy issues

Military support activities

First Amendment and gun safety training

Congratulations to all our ladies and associate members for a job well done!

New members may join at any time.  If you are interested in what we do, email sunacrw@gmail.com for info on our next meeting/event.

SUN Seminar

SUN Republican Women is accepting registrations for its spring seminar designed to inform and empower Republicans to make a difference in their own communities, and at the state and federal levels.  Men, women, young or experienced – all are welcome to learn together and network.

The morning will include a series of short training sessions.  After lunch some of our area’s state legislators will discuss policy issues facing the citizens of Pennsylvania, including the budget and property tax relief.

Click on the graphic below for a full description and registration form.

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Immigration: The Border States Documentary

Tea Party Patriots have produced an hour long documentary detailing the immigration crisis in the United States, not only on the border, but in every corner of America.  This is an issue every American must face.  Viewing The Border States Documentary is a good place to start educating ourselves.

Phyllis Schlafly: Heroine of the Conservative Cause

SUNACRW President Irene Harris, Eagle Forum Founder Phyllis Schlafley and Carolyn Conner, SUNACRW V.P. for Union County

PLC 2010 with the founding mother of modern conservatism, Phyllis Schlafly, who passed away this week at age 92 after serving her country for 70 years while raising 6 children with her late husband, Fred.  The lives she touched and inspired are countless, including the women of our council.  We honor her memory.

Controlling The Message

In times past, censorship was imposed on the media by totalitarians who regarded dissent as unpatriotic and subversive. They would close down newspapers or send gangs of thugs to smash the presses.

Things operate differently nowadays. Censorship is self-imposed. The most remarkable example that I have come across after the Obergefell v. Hodges ruling legalising same-sex marriage comes from The Patriot-News of Harrisburg, the capital of the state of Pennsylvania. The paper has a new editorial policy: it “will very strictly limit op-Eds and letters to the editor in opposition to same-sex marriage. These unions are now the law of the land. And we will not publish such letters and op-Eds any more than we would publish those that are racist, sexist or anti-Semitic.” Read more…

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