Phyllis McAlpin Stewart Schlafly (/ˈfɪlɨs ˈʃlæfli/; born August 15, 1924) is an American constitutional lawyer, conservative activist, author, and founder of the Eagle Forum. She is known for her staunch social and political conservatism, her opposition to modern feminism, and her campaign against the proposed Equal Rights Amendment. Her 1964 A Choice, Not an Echo was self-published from her home in Alton, Illinois, across the Mississippi River from her native St. Louis. She has co-authored books on national defense and was highly critical of arms-control agreements with the Soviet Union. Schlafly founded the Eagle Forum in the 1970s and the Eagle Forum Education & Legal Defense Fund, St. Louis. As of 2013, she remained the president of both organizations and maintained a presence on the lecture circuit. Since 1967, she has published a newsletter, the Phyllis Schlafly Report.
on January 16, 2015
The Department of Labor announced that 252,000 new jobs were added to the U.S. economy in December.
on January 8, 2015
The New York Times published a provocative news story called “The New Math on Campus.” No, it’s not about the failure of Common Core to teach arithmetic; it’s about the changing ratio of males to f
on January 5, 2015
A high school English teacher at Rosemount High School in Minnesota, which was called a “top ranked school” by the Minnesota Department of Education, given the Blue Ribbon School of Excellence Award by the U.S.
on December 21, 2014
The Obama Administration is now trying to outlaw single-sex classrooms, a practice that has been growing as parents and teachers see its good results.
on December 14, 2014
Obama received a thundering rejection to his attempt to make the November Congressional election a referendum on his policies. And the biggest Republican majority elected in more than 60 years promised to bring new life to Congress.
on December 3, 2014
Barack Obama has announced the particulars of his executive amnesty for an estimated five million of the many more foreigners who broke our laws to get into the United States. This amnesty will, of course, become a magnet for more illegals to work the same racket, hoping for the same reward.
on November 29, 2014
President Barack Obama proudly announced that his policies would be on the ballot in the November 4 midterm elections. He got his answer loud and clear: the American people said, “No thanks.”
on November 20, 2014
“Grubergate” is the name for the embarrassing revelations about Obamacare by its chief architect, MIT Professor Jonathan Gruber.
on November 16, 2014
Republicans won a big victory in the midterm elections, so big that the media are calling it a “wave.” Is President Obama planning to cope with this by “working together” and “bipartisanship”? The New York Times gave us his answer on the front page.