My Child Is Not Common

My Child Is Not Common by Phyllis Schlafly May 14, 2014 “My Child Is Not Common” are the words on the attention-getting signs carried by a group of white and African-American mothers protesting the adoption of the aggressively promoted Common … Continue reading

China Overtaking America

China Overtaking America by Phyllis Schlafly May 7, 2014 Financial Times sent shock waves through the U.S. business community last week when headlines announced that China will overtake the United States as the “world’s leading economic power this year,” a … Continue reading

What College Tuition Is Paying For

April 2014 What College Tuition Is Paying For Confronting Campus Radicals David Horowitz thinks that anybody who cares about the future of America should confront the fact that U.S. colleges and universities are the fountainhead of financing for the radical … Continue reading

Unmasking the Imperial Presidency

Unmasking the Imperial Presidency by Phyllis Schlafly April 23, 2014 “Imperial Presidency” perfectly describes what the Obama Administration has become as it increasingly violates the limits on its power defined by the U.S. Constitution. Criticisms of how President Obama is … Continue reading

April 2014 Education Reporter

One Man’s Money: Bill Gates, Education, and Common Core Local or Federal Lunch Standards? Math As Indoctrination Education Briefs When Abstinence Doesn’t Mean Abstinence Book of the Month: Sex, Lies, and Hook Ups: A Parent’s Guide for Fighting Back, Sally … Continue reading

Was It an April Fool Joke?

Was It an April Fool Joke? by Phyllis Schlafly April 9, 2014 U.S. control of the Internet’s basic functions has kept the Web free for Americans and for the entire world. And it’s up to us to keep it that … Continue reading

Worst Week for Abortion in 50 Years

Worst Week for Abortion in 50 Years by Phyllis Schlafly April 2, 2014 Oh, how the tide has turned against abortion. Just last week there were three stunning setbacks to the pro-abortion movement. The first came Tuesday, March 25 during … Continue reading