Ep. 9 | Elisha Krauss On Feminism, Homeschooling, And The Importance of Conservatism
Elisha shares why conservatism is important, particularly for women.
Welcome to the ninth episode of The Classically Abby Podcast! In today's podcast, I’m interviewing Elisha Krauss. Elisha Krauss is a conservative commentator, writer, and podcaster. Currently, she is a host of The Washington Examiner Newsmaker Series. Previously she was a co-host and contributor at Ben Shapiro’s Daily Wire. Krauss also cohosted the Ricochet Ladybrains podcast with a rotating cast of friends: Mary Katharine Ham, Kelly Maher, Bethany Mandel, Lyndsey Fifield, and Emily Zanotti. Krauss previously hosted a morning drive radio show in Los Angeles with Shapiro for four years and produced the syndicated Sean Hannity Radio Show for seven years. She has also worked with Truth Revolt as a grassroots organizer and writer, PragerU as their Director of Outreach, and ran a congressional campaign in her home state of Oklahoma. In today’s episode, Elisha and I talked all things feminism, homeschooling, and the importance of conservatism, particularly for women. Be sure to listen to the end, where we answered my premium Substack subscriber’s questions. If you’re interested in submitting questions for a future podcast, head over to classicallyabby.substack.com.
The Classically Abby podcast centers on classic living and traditional values. Here, you'll find discussions regarding relationships, motherhood, faith, and navigating the modern era as a traditional woman, as well as conversations with other people in this space. Hosted by Classically Abby, this podcast gives strength to the women who reject the modern narrative of womanhood and instead embrace real femininity.