We heard a lot about free college and state-sponsored tuition during the 2016 elections. The radical left and its campaign mouthpiece Bernie Sanders talked endlessly about a supposed “right” to education and how the state should pay for to attend … [Read more...] about “˜Free Tuition’ Pipedream
*Previously Recorded by Phyllis Schlafly, Oct 21, 2005* For centuries in English common law and American Supreme Court decisions, it's been settled law that parents have a fundamental constitutional right to rear their children and to decide … [Read more...] about Who Decides Child’s Best Interest?
Women can excel in many fields that don’t require same physical strength as a man – writing computer code, for example. But as we learned from the 10-page memorandum written by James Damore, the 28-year-old engineer recently fired by … [Read more...] about Ok, Google?
The world’s fastest human, Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt, retired last July from the sport of track and field. He won multiple gold medals in three consecutive Olympic games, setting world records in both the 100-meter and 200-meter events. Like most … [Read more...] about The Myths of ‘Diversity’
The Gulf War marked a new day for the American Armed Forces. Phyllis Schlafly considered this chapter of American military history to be especially important because it allowed the American people to “shake off our self-image as a defeated nation, … [Read more...] about The Strategic Advantage of ‘Overwhelming Superiority’
*Previously Recorded by Phyllis Schlafly, Oct 13, 2011* Today is the birthday of one of the most remarkable and successful women in modem history: Margaret Thatcher. She was born on October 13, 1925. She was the first and so far the only woman Prime … [Read more...] about Margaret Thatcher — A True Heroine
Gentlemen may cry peace, peace, but there is no peace: even cemeteries are not safe from liberal mobs bent on the destruction of history. In Los Angeles, an online petition forced the Hollywood Forever cemetery to remove a 92-year-old hunk of granite … [Read more...] about No Sacred Places for Mobs
President Trump tweeted in August: “Sad to see the history and culture of our great country being ripped apart with the removal of our beautiful statues and monuments. You can’t change history, but you can learn from it. Robert E Lee, … [Read more...] about “˜Where Does It Stop?’
In April 1990, the Berlin Wall was torn down, allowing East Germans to travel to their family, friends, and countrymen in the West for the first time since 1961. This wall, which served as the preeminent icon of Communist oppression, was not strong … [Read more...] about “˜A Time of Vindication and Rejoicing’
A decade ago Phyllis and others repeatedly urged President George W. Bush to pardon two courageous border patrol agents, Ignacio Ramos and Jose Alonso Compean, who had been unjustly sentenced to 11 and 12 years in prison for doing their job in … [Read more...] about The Lacking Past of GOP Pardons