Phyllis Schlafly is the founder and president of Eagle Forum, a national organization of citizens who participate as volunteers in the public policy making process.
After presenting brief comments on the fiscal cliff negotiations, Phyllis took listeners on a conversational tour of her long career. For example:
--She worked her way through college as a “gunner” on a night shift at what was the largest ammunition plant in the world in St. Louis.
--Pursued political science at Harvard and obtained a master’s degree.
--Ran for Congress in 1952 and again in 1970.
--She stopped the Equal Rights Amendment while pursuing a law degree.
--Helped build anti-communist sentiment in America.
--Recognizes the problems of poor history teaching and student reading skills in public schools.
--She’s the author of 20 books including her latest, “No Higher Power: Obama’s War on Religious Freedom”.
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