Some Issues in the 2012 Election

October 2012 Some Issues in the 2012 Election On October 31, 2008, Barack Obama said, “We are five days away from fundamentally transforming the United States.” It’s now clear that his goal is not merely to “spread the wealth around,” … Continue reading






Bad Facts about Obama’s Prospects

Bad Facts about Obama’s Prospects by Phyllis Schlafly September 26, 2012 Although the polls show the presidential campaigns neck and neck, the facts continue to look negative for Barack Obama. Two-thirds of the American people say they believe the United … Continue reading






Help Us Win Back the Senate!

How You Can Help Todd Akin!

Help Todd Akin! Donations and volunteers needed! If you decide to volunteer, one of our team members will call you with instructions on how to make calls from your computer. Not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee   … Continue reading






Excerpts from the 2012 Republican Platform

September 2012 Excerpts from the 2012 Republican Platform Constitutional Government In a free society, the primary role of government is to protect the God-given, inalienable, inherent rights of its citizens, including the rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of … Continue reading






The Significance of Party Platforms

The Significance of Party Platforms by Phyllis Schlafly September 19, 2012 House Speaker John Boehner was quoted during the Republican National Convention as saying, “Have you ever met anybody who read the Party platform? I never met anybody.” Scoffing at … Continue reading






NEA Obama Rally Takes a Swipe at Romney

Back to August 2012 Ed Reporter NEA Obama Rally Takes a Swipe at Romney The National Education Association’s Representative Assembly took place July 1-5 in Washington, D.C. this year. The union’s 9,000 delegates spent the week discussing new resolutions, like … Continue reading






The NEA Shows Its Politics

August 2012 The NEA Shows Its Politics Political conversation on the media is full of chatter about how to cut spending and debt, but it reminds us of the comment attributed to Mark Twain: Everybody talks about the weather but … Continue reading






The NEA Shows Its Politics

The NEA Shows Its Politics by Phyllis Schlafly August 1, 2012 Political conversation on the media is full of chatter about how to cut spending and debt, but it reminds us of the comment attributed to Mark Twain: Everybody talks … Continue reading






Bills to Watch 2012

Bills to Watch 2012 Treaty – UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Update: Treaty made it through the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations. We project it might come up during the lame-duck session. This treaty is a … Continue reading






Phyllis Schlafly Report

April ’16 Issue Chinese Crowding Our College Campuses Students Don’t Get Their Money’s Worth Microaggressions Threaten Free Speech Taking Time Off for Political Correctness ‘Safe Spaces’ Are Un-American March ’16 Issue What We Learned From the Debates Candidates Turn Against … Continue reading