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Trump Train Pauses for One Who Missed It

Amid well-deserved praise for former President George H.W. Bush, unfortunately he did miss the Trump Train.  Yet President Trump is showing his class by paying his respects anyway. It is difficult to imagine two Republicans who are more different … [Continue Reading...]

Ed Martin Movement – 12/7/18

In What You Need to Know, Strong wage growth roils markets; Louisiana Senator John Milkovich on his book Robert Mueller Errand Boy for the New World Order; In Eagle Action, help the Heartbeat Bill get passed by heading to HeartbeatBill.org, F2A.ORG, and copying Ed@PhyllisSchlafly.com on your emails sent; December 7th, … Continue Reading >>

Conservatives Shake Off Celebrity Endorsements

Liberals love to have it both ways when it comes to criticizing Republicans. One of their favorite go-to attacks on President Donald Trump is his longtime career hosting the hit TV reality show The Apprentice. Liberals say that he is running our country like a reality show and that America only elected him because of … Continue Reading >>

Ed Martin Movement – 12/6/18

In What You Need to Know, Build the Wall, Defund Planned Parenthood, Drain the Swamp; Andrew Arthur of the Center for Immigration Studies about Jeff Sessions’ effect on immigration and whether Trump could build the wall today; Kristin Gillibrand’s tweet about the future being female and the Vanity Fair article on … Continue Reading >>

Tech Executives Meet with Trump at White House Today

For Immediate Release: December 6, 2018 Washington, D.C.:  Today, leaders and top executives of the largest tech companies in the U.S. are meeting with the Trump Administration at the White House in the hopes of advancing American leadership in innovation and to address how the technology industry can affect jobs and … Continue Reading >>

Ohio Senate Must Pass the Heartbeat Bill Today

For Immediate Release: December 6, 2018 Washington, D.C.: On November 16, Ohio House lawmakers passed the Heartbeat Bill by a vote of 58-35. This bill would protect all babies in utero once their heartbeats are detectable - an estimated 20,000 babies per year. The bill now sits in the Ohio Senate where a vote in the … Continue Reading >>