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Human Chop Shops Exposed
03-15-2000
By: Phyllis Schlafly

Have you ever wanted to buy the brain of an eight-week-old baby? You can, for $999. Did you ever think you'd want a baby's eyes or liver or gonads? Yours, for $75, $150 or $550 respectively. ... Read More

Questions Presidential Candidates Ought To Answer
03-08-2000
By: Phyllis Schlafly

We're coming down the stretch of Primary Season 2000. It looks like the cash winners are the pollsters who are hired to produce new rankings every day, and the losers are the many pundits whose pr... Read More

Anthrax Vaccine Scandals Won't Go Away
03-01-2000
By: Phyllis Schlafly

It wasn't just idle words when Bill Clinton said he "loathed" the military. He has damaged U.S. Armed Services in so many ways that it's no wonder morale, recruitment and retention l... Read More

Let's Celebrate George Washington's Birthday
02-23-2000
By: Phyllis Schlafly

Don't be misled into thinking your February holiday is Presidents Day. Your calendar is in error if it says that. The legal name of this holiday, continuously since 1879, is George Washington'... Read More

Clinton Panders To The Feminists Again
02-16-2000
By: Phyllis Schlafly

President Clinton has just proved again why the feminists, during all those embarrassing months last year, continued to defend behavior that no sane woman would tolerate in a public official, a boss o... Read More

Clinton Is Running For Santa Claus
02-09-2000
By: Phyllis Schlafly

Bill Clinton didn't just misspeak, he uttered a Freudian slip when he said that "the Vice President launched a new effort to help make communities more liberal." That's exactly what ... Read More

Money Isn't The Solution To Illiteracy
02-02-2000
By: Phyllis Schlafly

When former Netscape president James L. Barksdale announced a $100 million gift to promote the teaching of reading in Mississippi, he certainly dramatized the current scandal of illiteracy in America.... Read More

Let Elian Have His Day In Court
01-26-2000
By: Phyllis Schlafly

The mother of six-year-old Elian Gonzalez sacrificed her life so that her son could grow up in America. Her dying wish, according to a Cuban man who survived for two days on an inner tube, was that El... Read More

For Starters, the Government Should Do No Harm
01-19-2000
By: Phyllis Schlafly

In the televised presidential debates, Alan Keyes keeps reminding us that moral and cultural issues are paramount, and he challenges the media and his opponents to address them. While most would conce... Read More

Y2K and the Man of the Century
01-12-2000
By: Phyllis Schlafly

Most Americans have concluded that the media hype about Y2K computer breakdown and terrorism dangers were mostly that, just hype, probably for the purpose of maintaining media ratings since the Monica... Read More

Where We Are At Year's End
01-05-2000
By: Phyllis Schlafly

It's time to take a tally of where we are at year's end. Although taxpayers' money is rolling into the U.S. Treasury at an unprecedented rate, we didn't get the tax cut Republicans ... Read More

How Do The Candidates Stand On Military Policy?
12-29-1999
By: Phyllis Schlafly

One would think that the next President's plans to address the dramatic falloff in military recruitment, and the decline in military morale and readiness due to controversial personnel policies, w... Read More

Clinton's Two-Step Into the International Court
12-22-1999
By: Phyllis Schlafly

Several liberal commentators pronounced Bill Clinton's command of the issues "dazzling" at his last news conference of the century. What's really dazzling is his skill in dancing aro... Read More

The WTO Woke Us Up In Seattle
12-15-1999
By: Phyllis Schlafly

Seattle, the home of Microsoft and Boeing, was supposed to be the Gateway to the Global Economy. Shattered shop windows and tear gas made it instead the gateway to Americans' knowledge about the W... Read More

Are We Becoming A Society Of Snoops?
12-08-1999
By: Phyllis Schlafly

As concerns fade about a Y2K breakdown of government computers, Americans should be increasingly worried about how computer efficiency gives the federal government extraordinary powers to monitor the ... Read More

VAWA Tests the Limits of Federal Power
12-01-1999
By: Phyllis Schlafly

With President Clinton issuing a blizzard of overreaching executive orders and Congress federalizing hundreds of crimes that are properly in the jurisdiction of the states, we must depend on the Supre... Read More

The Truth Leaks Out About Kosovo
11-24-1999
By: Phyllis Schlafly

The embarrassing truth is starting to come out that the Clinton Administration lied to us about Kosovo atrocities which were supposed to justify the bombing of Yugoslavia. In five months of investigat... Read More

Code Word for Clinton's Global Goals: Bipartisanship
11-17-1999
By: Phyllis Schlafly

It remains to be seen whether or not George W. Bush and other Republican presidential candidates have a coherent foreign policy, but there is no mistaking that Bill Clinton has one. His National Secur... Read More

Is Government Ordering Experiments on Humans?
11-10-1999
By: Phyllis Schlafly

It isn't often that federal bureaucrats admit to embarrassment, but the New York Times reported on October 23 that it was "highly embarrassing to federal health officials" to have to adm... Read More

Panama May Be The Biggest Blast Of Y2K
11-03-1999
By: Phyllis Schlafly

While many Americans are making party plans to celebrate Y2K on New Year's Eve, Panamanian officials are lobbying to get President Clinton or Vice President Gore to attend their unique Y2K revelry... Read More

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