- The Washington Times - Friday, September 25, 2009

GREEN & GLOVER UNDERCOVER:

G2 has the exclusive first look at the Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute’s 2010 Great American Conservative Women calendar. The edition, which will be released to the public next week, features former Miss California Carrie Prejean as its Miss October for standing up for traditional marriage after being bullied by celebrity blogger Perez Hilton when he questioned her about gay marriage in the Miss USA competition earlier this year.

This is the fifth year the institute has produced its calendar, which features attractive right-leaning pundits and talking heads as role models for young conservative women.

“I was so honored to be in the Calendar as one of the great American conservative women,” Miss Prejean, 22, told G2 via e-mail.

“As a former beauty queen, it’s refreshing to be taken seriously,” the blond bombshell continued. “It’s so important for young women on college campuses to feel comfortable standing up for their conservative ideas. Conservative women need to be vocal in the public, and get involved in the media. I hope to have encouraged, and inspired other conservative women out there to not hold back, engage in intelligent discussions, stand up for what you believe in, and get involved. We cannot see a change if we don’t start with ourselves.”

Miss Prejean recently began aligning herself publicly with the conservative movement, speaking at the Family Research Council’s Values Voter Summit last week and appearing as the keynote speaker at a convention of the Young Republican Federation of California last month.

Speaking of blondes, no roster of Republican hotties would be complete without the irreverent Ann Coulter, who precedes Miss Prejean in the calendar as Miss September.

True to form, Miss Coulter bucks tradition by being the only calendar girl not in a white button-down shirt; she is photographed in a simple white t-shirt with her signature cross pendant dangling from her neck.

Other women in the calendar, which is distributed free to publicize the institute, include former Virginia Republican Party Chairman Kate Obenshain, who looks seductively into the camera for her glamour shot, political strategist Kellyanne Conway and columnist Michelle Malkin, who both sport shirts unbuttoned to reveal a hint of decolletage — but not a micrometer more than befits a conservative pinup girl.

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