Should Democrats and some Republican legislators have their way, the thirty-nine years past the original deadline set for its ratification by 1979, the Equal Rights Amendment will reappear for a vote in the Illinois Senate early in April of this … [Read more...] about Equal Rights Sounds Really Good, But It’s Really, Really Bad!
Emma Lazarus was born on July 22, 1849 into a wealthy New York family that was descended from Sephardic Jewish Americans. She wrote The New Colossus, the poem for which she is best-known today, in 1883. It was created to sell at an auction to raise … [Read more...] about Curse of Poet Emma Lazarus Lives on in Lady Liberty
Article V of the U.S. Constitution has only 22 words about a convention for proposing amendments, but the most important is the word “call.” Since only Congress can “call” the convention, it means that states have … [Read more...] about Article V: Are there flaws in our Constitution, or simply failures to obey it?
A sneak peek screening of Gosnell, America's Biggest Serial Killer, was shown last Saturday evening to an overflow audience at Christian Liberty Academy in Arlington Heights. The film, which focuses on one of the most … [Read more...] about Sneak Preview of Gosnell Film Stirs Anticipation of Nationwide October 2018 Release
The late Phyllis Schlafly, an American constitutional lawyer and conservative political leader, is famous for her crusade against the Equal Rights Amendment. It was on October 1972 that Phyllis Schlafly founded and appointed herself national … [Read more...] about Illinois Lawmakers, Beware of Deceptive, Sweet-Talking ERA Proponents
How appropriate it was that on the recent 50th Anniversary celebration of the Gathering of Eagles held in St. Louis, Missouri from January 18-20, that a special Phyllis Schlafly Saint Louis Tour was offered to those who wished to … [Read more...] about Phyllis Schlafly’s Legacy Lives on in St. Louis
Phyllis Schlafly is perhaps best remembered for leading grassroot campaigns against Communism, abortion and the Equal Rights Amendment. Perhaps less well known, Schlafly was also a champion of inventors, and a defender of a vigorous … [Read more...] about Phyllis Schlafly, Champion of Inventors, Defender of Vigorous U.S. Patent System
I was fortunate to have attended, as a Phyllis Schlafly Eagle, the historic fiftieth anniversary meeting of the Gathering of Eagles from Thursday, January 18 through Saturday, January 20, 2018, at the Sheraton Clayton Plaza Hotel in St. … [Read more...] about Rocky Mountain High’s High Cost