Welcome to the Archives of The Phyllis Schlafly Report.
Text: Why We Need the Electoral College On December 19, for the 58th time since our U.S. Constitution was adopted, presidential electors will gather in their respective state capitals to cast their ballots. In 30 states, Republican … [Read more...]
Text: Americans Elected ‘A Choice, Not An Echo' In the final days of the presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump held a series of last-minute rallies in the battleground states. The huge differences between those events … [Read more...]
Text: Trump: ‘She Never Wavered’ On September 5, 2016, Phyllis Schlafly died peacefully at home, surrounded by members of her family. In the midst of his campaign for President of the United States, Donald Trump made an unscheduled … [Read more...]
Text: Trump Battles the Globalists of Both Parties Before heading to Cleveland to accept the Republican nomination for president, Donald Trump paid a high-profile visit to Capitol Hill, where he hoped to unify Congressional Republicans … [Read more...]
Text: Republicans Debate: Should Women Be Drafted? Toward the end of the eighth Republican presidential debate on February 6, the moderators introduced a new subject which had been absent from stump speeches and ignored in the seven … [Read more...]
Text: Diseases Cross Open Borders The spread of the Zika virus has become so alarming that more than 150 health experts from over a dozen countries published an open letter urging the postponement or relocation of the Summer Olympics … [Read more...]
Text: Trump and Reagan: Similarities and Differences By Ambassador Faith Whittlesey I knew the real Ronald Reagan. In 1976, I was a single mother and young politician who risked everything to support him against Gerald Ford, a sitting … [Read more...]