• Finding Our Voice

    Many are becoming increasingly aware of the "unpopularity" of being conservative in universities, the northeast, the legal profession, and so on. It has become difficult for some to voice their views.
    With the the 2016 election about to bombard us, Conservative Girl was born to give a voice and a sense of community to nontraditional conservatives.
    Welcome to Conservative Girl Online!

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  • Police State USA

    Reform is needed.
    Police
    Prison
    Judicial
    Legislative
    Reforming our Constitution is not needed, restoring it and the voice of the people is!

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  • From Hope...

    From the promises of Obama to the disappointment of the Tea Party the American Dream is being assailed from within. Legislators allow jobs industry to be moved overseas, rise taxes, and accumulating record amounts of debt...

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  • Rand Paul

    Dr. Rand Paul is the junior United States Senator for Kentucky. Elected in 2010, he has proven to be an outspoken champion for constitutional liberties and fiscal responsibility, and a warrior against government overreach.
    Sen. Rand Paul Appears on Fox's On the Record with Greta Van Susteren - August 27, 2014

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Welcome to Conservative girl in Disguise!

Founder Glenn Ronk

Conservative Girl in Disguise was founded by our CEO, Glenn Leslie Ronk, as a project to educate and reach out to fellow conservatives of all ages. Glenn obtained her B.A. in English from The College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts in 2007. She went on to obtain her J.D. from Case Western Reserve University in 2010 before practicing law in Scranton, Pennsylvania for two years. With a passion for news, politics and writing, Glenn made the decision to change career paths and focus on what is most important to her: the future of America.

Why the disguise?

Glenn graduated from law school in what was perceived by many to be the worse economic legal field they had ever seen. Anxious to get to work, Glenn accepted a position as a Plaintiff's personal injury attorney: a job that often required her to subvert her own beliefs and advocate always for the client and the firm. As a law student during the 2008 Presidential Election, Glenn became increasingly aware of the "unpopularity" of being conservative in universities, the northeast, the legal profession, and so on. With the impact of the 2012 election upon us, Conservative Girl was born to give a voice and a sense of community to nontraditional conservatives.

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