A Conservative Agenda for the 107th Congress Since Bill Clinton stuck his finger in the eye of all who care about American sovereignty and constitutional rights by signing the International Criminal Court (ICC) Treaty on … [Read more...] about The Phyllis Schlafly Report – January 2001
The U.S. Supreme Court has taken a bold step towards returning Florida's election process to sanity. By halting the 11th hour partial hand recount, it stopped a reckless judicial attempt to elect Al Gore and potentially disenfranchise six million … [Read more...] about Activist Judges Should Not Overrule Elections
In waging his contest of the 2000 presidential election, Al Gore's mantra is Make Every Vote Count (except the votes of servicemen). But Gore's pious platitude should be subject to qualifications. We want to count only one vote per person. … [Read more...] about Making Every Vote Count
The Way We Elect Our Presidents Hillary Clinton's first legislative proposal since her election as Senator was to call for the abolition of the Electoral College. It's no surprise that she will use her celebrity status to … [Read more...] about The Phyllis Schlafly Report – December 2000
Senator Hillary Clinton's first legislative proposal since her election was to call for the abolition of the Electoral College. It's no surprise that she will use her new celebrity status to advance a series of bad ideas, but this is one of … [Read more...] about Don’t Knock The Electoral College
Are big media trying to steal the presidency and put Al Gore in the White House? The 2000 election confirms the widespread public perception that the media are advocates, not reporters. Major media spent the weekend telephoning Republican electors … [Read more...] about Is The November Surprise In The Ballot Box?
The claim that Al Gore invented the internet has been a favorite target of political jokes, but Al Gore's role in “reinventing" the INS is no laughing matter. He was a driving force behind the perversion of Immigration and … [Read more...] about Al Gore: A ‘Reinventor’ Par Excellence
National Issues Candidates Should Address The Risk of Remaining Undefended Candidate Al Gore's favorite word is "risky." If George W. Bush calls for a tax cut, Gore calls it a risky tax cut. When Bush makes any proposal, … [Read more...] about The Phyllis Schlafly Report – May 2000
When the presidential campaign got underway this year, the media were eagerly anticipating the prospect of a moderate on each ticket to challenge the two parties' anointed nominees. The contest might even maintain the high ratings of last … [Read more...] about Where Will The McCain Voters Go?
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 predictions about winners and turnout have proved so … [Read more...] about Questions Presidential Candidates Ought To Answer