SPOILER ALERT: A new Hollywood drama tries to defame Fred Schlafly by portraying him as a rapist! Nothing could be further from the truth. This terrible depiction of my honorable father is an attempt to discredit the loving relationship that truly existed between my mother and father. I know the truth because my bedroom was next to their bedroom!

Fred & Phyllis Schlafly

Read about their real relationship in this beautiful eulogy of her husband Fred, written by my mother, Phyllis Schlafly:

“I have fought the good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith. Henceforth, there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness.”

St. Paul’s famous words apply to Fred Schlafly. He was a man of unshakeable faith in God, in Jesus Christ, and in the eternal life He promised. Fred lived his faith, always steadfast to his belief that eternal life with Jesus Christ awaits those who keep His Commandments.

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Aron Kay, prepares to hit Phyllis Schlafly, spoken opponent of the Equal Rights Amendment with an apple pie at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York on Saturday, April 16, 1977 (AP Photo)
Aron Kay, prepares to hit Phyllis Schlafly, spoken opponent of the Equal Rights Amendment with an apple pie at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York on Saturday, April 16, 1977 (AP Photo)

One of the secrets of Phyllis Schlafly’s success was the old adage “honey catches more flies than vinegar.” Her Eagle volunteers lobbied politicians with home-baked goodies, such as tea breads and cakes. She promoted the image of the happy homemaker baking a pie – combined with the very powerful image of a wife and mother who is able to influence policy.

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Phyllis Schlaflly 2020

Phyllis Schlafly intimidated people who did not know her, mostly because she spoke with firm conviction. She was tough and relentless in a debate. She excelled and rose to the occasion when she had opposition.

“Tough” was a word she liked to use. As a mother, she would answer her children with the word “tough” whenever we tried to squirm out of doing a chore. In other words, “tough” because she was in charge and you will do what she tells you. Or “tough” as in, you ought to toughen up and not whine or be a cry-baby.

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Mrs American Phyllis Schlafly

“She won at life,” said a writer in talking about my mother, Phyllis Schlafly. What a great line! After her death, several commentators wrote that Phyllis Schlafly was so unusual that she was an outlier and the New York Times even dared to ask, “Where is the Phyllis Schlafly of our time”?

Look around and you will see a multitude of women who have been inspired and influenced by Phyllis Schlafly. Any woman can win at life in the way Phyllis Schlafly won, including you. How did she do it?

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Prior Republican presidents allowed their opponents and the media to set the agenda.  The more liberal the past GOP president, the more he took his daily cues from television and newspapers controlled by the Left.

But not Trump.  He tweets out what he wants people to talk about, and he has his adversaries scrambling to respond to what Trump says, not vice-versa.

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Kris Kobach has been the leader on this issue for decades. He’s the man the Leftists most want to prevent from becoming Secretary of Homeland Security, which simply reinforces how important it is for Trump to nominate him for this job or appoint him as immigration czar.
Kris Kobach has been the leader on this issue for decades. He’s the man the Leftists most want to prevent from becoming Secretary of Homeland Security, which simply reinforces how important it is for Trump to nominate him for this job or appoint him as immigration czar.

Reports that Stephen Miller is back in charge on border security are welcome, and even overdue. The departure of Kirstjen Nielsen as Secretary of Homeland Security creates a golden opportunity for President Trump and the American people to take control of our southern border, just in time for Trump’s reelection campaign.

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The vast majority of President Trump’s nominees to the federal district courts have been blocked by Democrats in the Senate. Some of them have languished for more than a year, without an up-or-down floor vote on their confirmation.

Tuesday afternoon Democrats rejected a fair compromise offered by Senate Republicans to break the logjam. On a nearly party-line vote, the Senate killed Senate Resolution 50 which would have established a new procedure to facilitate timely confirmation of nominees approved by the Senate Judiciary Committee.

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