8 Million Mothers Strike Back: Homemakers For America Takes the Country By Storm
In May of 2017, the pro-God, pro-family, and pro-freedom organization Homemakers for America published its Declaration of Mothers and since then it has taken the country by storm.
8 million members in 150 countries including more than 4,000 U.S. cities and all 50 states have signed the declaration.
As well as, several governors have proclaimed March 8 International Mothers Influence Day. Last month the Declaration was entered into the Congressional Record.
So who are these women and what impact are they making?
On March 8, 2018, Moms across America will join a national press conference in DC. It will be to present the Declaration of Mothers to Congress and the nation. It is declaring the self-evident truths that will dramatically decrease violence, increase prosperity, promote civility, and heal our nation from the inside out. (Details at the end of the article.)
Founded in 2004, HomeMakers for America is national, non-profit 501c3 educational corporation rooted on the principles of liberty and virtue our nation was founded on, and focused on promoting these principles, values, and virtues in the home and family, particularly through the women and mothers of America.
OUR MISSION: The mission of Home Makers for America is to build a foundation of liberty in the homes of America, through the women of America, and secure the blessings of liberty for ourselves and our posterity one woman, one home, and one family at a time.
OUR MOTTO: “Adore God. Reverence and cherish your parents, love your neighbor as yourself and your country more than yourself.” -Thomas Jefferson
Kimberly Fletcher is the founder and president of Home Makers for America. She is an Air Force wife and mother of eight children. On September 11, 2001, Kimberly’s life took a dramatic turn. A 757 passenger jet flew into the United States Pentagon where her husband was stationed. Later that day, when her husband returned home safely, Kimberly determined that she would do everything in her power to ensure that her children remained free. This determination led her to an intense study of American history and public policy and a desire to become actively involved in government and civic responsibility.
Labeled by the media as “an unabashed America-loving homemaker”, Kimberly has made it her personal mission to educate and inspire the women of America to realize their immeasurable worth and powerful influence on society simply by being who they are.
Since that inception, HomeMakers for America has grown to the point where I have seen or heard 5 references to them in one week. As a grassroots organizer, that caught my attention. A group with that much visibility is doing something right. So I investigated.
Just two months ago, HomeMakers for America partnered with women around the world to issue the Worldwide Declaration of Mothers. In that short time, it has been signed by organizational leaders representing eight million people. They represent more than 150 countries around the world.
That in itself is an incredible feat and it seems to be just the beginning.
“It is clear that despite what the media and radical feminists would have us believe, the pink-hatted protestors do not speak for the majority of women in America—or the world,” the organization said in its press release about the national briefing that will take place at the Phyllis Schlafly Center in Washington, D.C.
The left has been degrading motherhood, fatherhood, parenting, and the homemaker for decades. Well this is where moms strike back.
This video states it better than this writer can:
HomeMakers for America notes the effort of the progressive agenda to destroy the family, and motherhood:
“Last year at the United Nations Council on the Status of Women, the big push by feminists from Europe, Canada, and the United States was to declare motherhood a “burden.” They defied it as “unpaid work” that needs to be recognized, reduced, and redistributed.”
Anyone who know me, knows that my #1 issue is Parental Sovereignty. The attack on the home has been fierce. The equal rights movement was never about making things equal. It was about forcing women into a false sense of identity based on agenda items outside the world of the home.
National Movement of Moms heads to D.C. March 8th giving voice to the Silent Majority of Moms in America.
On March 8, 2018, Moms across America will join a national press conference to present the Declaration of Mothers to Congress and the nation declaring the self-evident truths that will dramatically decrease violence, increase prosperity, promote civility, and heal our nation from the inside out. The Press Conference will be held at the Phyllis Schlafly Center in Washington D.C.. It is the perfect backdrop to honor the mothers of America and the values Phyllis spent her life defending.
To see the press release for the march: Click Here!