The trailer, which you can see below, attempts to tie the conservative movement to the women in it, from former Congresswoman Claire Boothe Luce (R-CT) -- who served from 1943-1947, and was also both an Eisenhower and Reagan appointee -- to conservative firebrand Phyllis Schlafly -- who made her mark opposing the Equal Rights Amendment in the 70s -- to more modern day conservative pundits, like Ann Coulter and Michelle Malkin. They say that the modern political climate has activated women like never before to protect their children and, in fact, according to Dina Loesch, "Motherhood is a political act. Period."
In the trailer, set to music that wouldn't be out of place in the Bruckheimer movie "The Rock," Ann Coulter adds that "the culture has tried to take everything that makes women so strong away from them: their femininity, their morality."
Watch the trailer below.