God Bless the U.S.A.: School Censors Lee Greenwood’s Famous Song

Phyllis Schlafly Eagles · June 11 | School Censors Lee Greenwood’s Famous Song Crowd Waving American Flags during the Lee Greenwood Concert **Previously recorded by Phyllis Schlafly // June 2012 ** Most Americans are familiar with, and enjoy hearing, Lee Greenwood’s patriotic song that includes the famous line “God bless the U.S.A.” The Greenwood song had […]

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Government Pre-K Doesn’t Help Children

Phyllis Schlafly Eagles · June 4 | Government Pre-K Doesn’t Help Children **Previously recorded by Phyllis Schlafly // February 2010 ** Sending little children to preschool has become very popular in recent years. The Department of Education estimates that back in 1965, only 5% of three-year-olds and 16% of four-year-olds attended preschool. By the year 2000, […]

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When real life hero Ryan Gosling encountered the Silliness of Feminists

Phyllis Schlafly Eagles · May 20 | The Stupidity of Feminists Photo: Ryan Gosling TIFF 2011; creator, Ed Van-West Garcia; CC BY-SA 2.0 DEED **Previously recorded by Phyllis Schlafly // May 2012 ** When I visited London, I knew my life as a pedestrian was always in danger. The automobiles were always coming from where I […]

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Court Rejects ‘Minority Coalition’ Redistricting 

Phyllis Schlafly Eagles · May 13 | Court Rejects ‘Minority Coalition’ Redistricting **Previously recorded by Phyllis Schlafly // May 2012 ** Let me tell you about a rare unanimous decision by the U.S. Supreme Court on a controversial redistricting issue. Every ten years we have a national census, as required by the Constitution, and congressional districts […]

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A Plunge into Constitutional Chaos

Phyllis Schlafly Eagles · April 22 | A Plunge into Constitutional Chaos **Previously recorded by Phyllis Schlafly // April 2011 ** Several state legislatures are considering resolutions to use a never-before-used power in our Constitution’s Article V to petition Congress to call a new national convention to amend the U.S. Constitution. Most of these resolutions say […]

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Self Esteem Out, Hard Work In

Phyllis Schlafly Eagles · April 15 | Self-Esteem Out, Hard Work In **Previously recorded by Phyllis Schlafly // April 2012 ** Conservatives have long argued that teachers who prop up their students’ self-esteem were doing the wrong thing. Despite our warnings, public school students have received a steady diet of unearned praise for years, all in […]

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Surprise: Parental Rights Win One

Phyllis Schlafly Eagles · March 18 | Surprise: Parental Rights Win One Photo by Kenny Eliason on Unsplash **Previously recorded by Phyllis Schlafly // March 2009 ** A public school program called “Teen Screen” subjects teenagers to psychological evaluation, labeling, and stigmatizing. Teen screen is marketed as a “voluntary mental health check-up.” It is supposed to […]

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Feminists Consider Motherhood Oppressive

Phyllis Schlafly Eagles · March 11 | Feminists Consider Motherhood Oppressive **Previously recorded by Phyllis Schlafly // March 2010 ** I was flipping the channels on my television a couple of weeks ago, and I stopped as I always do on C-SPAN Books. There was some feminist, whose name is not important, giving a five-minute rant […]

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The Most Powerful Office Is Not the President

Phyllis Schlafly Eagles · March 5 | The Most Powerful Office Is Not the President **Previously recorded by Phyllis Schlafly // March 2010 ** Do you know that the most powerful office in the United States is not the President? Indeed, the most powerful man in the world is the U.S. President, but the presidency is […]

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Adults Don’t Know Much About Civics

Phyllis Schlafly Eagles · February 16 | Adults Don’t Know Much About Civics Photo: Branches US gov; public domain **Previously recorded by Phyllis Schlafly // February 2009 ** Can you name the three branches of American government (legislative, executive, and judicial)? Only one-half of Americans know this very basic fact about the U.S. Constitution. The Intercollegiate […]

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Protecting Our American Identity

Phyllis Schlafly Eagles · February 9 | Protecting Our American Identity **Previously recorded by Phyllis Schlafly // February 2009 ** February is the month when we celebrate and honor some of our nation’s heroes starting with George Washington. Federal law 5 USC 6103 clearly specifies that the third Monday in February is a “legal public holiday” […]

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Is Socialization a Problem for Homeschoolers?

Phyllis Schlafly Eagles · January 24 | Is Socialization a Problem for Homeschoolers? Photo: Spokes America Homeschool Network outside of St. Louis, MO; author: Nathan Kit Kennedy; CC0 1.0 DEED CC0 1.0 Universal **Previously recorded by Phyllis Schlafly // January 2010 ** When the subject of homeschooling comes up, someone usually raises the question of socialization. […]

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How Feminists Abolished Men’s Sports

Phyllis Schlafly Eagles · January 17 | How Feminists Abolished Men’s Sports Photo: Members of Team USA during 2008 Summer Olympics opening ceremony, cropped; creator: Tim Hipps, U.S. Army; public domain **Previously recorded by Phyllis Schlafly // January 2010 ** The feminists have carried on a long campaign to use a federal law called Title IX […]

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Parental Rights Lose in School and Court

Phyllis Schlafly Eagles · January 3 | Parental Rights Lose in School and Court **Previously recorded by Phyllis Schlafly // January 2009 ** In 2004, a 4-3 decision of the Massachusetts Supreme Court mandated same-sex marriage. Now, same-sex relationships are taught to children in public schools. Even back in 2005, this began when a kindergartner named […]

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The Second Most Important Christmas

Phyllis Schlafly Eagles · December 25 | The Second Most Important Christmas **Previously recorded by Phyllis Schlafly // December 2009 ** Americans today are searching for a leader, a good man who stands on principle and can lead us to adopt the right policies for our nation. Leadership requires many important qualities, and one we sometimes […]

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