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Babette Holder-Youngberg is one of the co-founder of “ThelastCivilRights.org”, a group of Christian-Conservative women who are political commentators and advocates for the principles of limited government, individual freedom, and a strong free market. In addition to her role as Co-Founder of the LastCivilRights.org blog site, Babette is also a precinct committeewoman in Milton Township of DuPage County. Babette has appeared on Radio shows such as, Inside The Beltway-Star Parker’s CURE show, Nothing But The Truth with host Carl Boyd Jr. Babette as a public speaker and activist has stood with national black leaders at events such as press conference with Star Parker for the Urban CURE’s second Amendment Never again press conference, and the Kermit Gosnell Press Conference with a congressional briefing in 2013, and the National Black Pro-life coalition in Chicago for Remembering Tonya Reaves/Abortion Activism. Babette is a dedicated servant who is an uncompromising champion of the unalienable rights of all Americans, with an emphasis on sanctity of life.
and sanctity of marriage between one man and one woman.
Kuuleme Stephens was born and raised in Tucson, AZ and she has an Associate’s Degree in Business Administration. She is one of the Co-Founders of The Last Civil Right and a co-author of a newly released book titled “The White Folks Guide to Understanding the Black Community, and Get Out the Vote”. She is also a member of the Tea Party, the Disabled American Veterans, the NRA, an Arizona Republican Committeewoman, and a proud United States Navy Veteran. Her articles have been featured on Red White and Blue News, Herman Cain PAC, Enidnews.com, Rightlinksblogs.com, Amplify.com, The Conservative Praetorian, The Rowdy Republican, and many others. She is known for her “pit bull” personality and does not back down.
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