Phyllis Schlafly is a lawyer, conservative political analyst and the author of the newly revised and expanded Supremacists: The Tyranny of Judges and How to Stop It.
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  • Who Will Protect Us Against Invasion?

    President George W. Bush responded promptly to Russia’s invasion of Georgia with the caveat that “territorial integrity must be respected.”

  • One Brave Judge Resists Feminist Agenda

    A New Jersey judge recently confronted an issue that courts have been avoiding for years: Are restraining orders constitutional? Accused criminals have "due process" and many other constitutional rights, but feminists have persuaded many judges to issue orders that restrain | Read More »

  • Limbaugh Remains on Top Because of Courage

    Rush Limbaugh’s 20-year domination of talk radio is a remarkable testament to the durability of conservative ideas as well as to Limbaugh’s skill and courage in explaining controversial conservative principles in an entertaining style. Limbaugh has been the top-rated radio | Read More »

  • Obama Rejects English Language Assimilation

    One would think that a presidential candidate who has no military service, who survived a public controversy about attending a church for 20 years where the pastor preached “hate America,” plus a flap about his refusal to wear an American | Read More »

  • Jesse Helms: The Most Important Senator of Our Times

    Senator Jesse Helms, who like John Adams and Thomas Jefferson died on the Fourth of July, was the authentic voice of conservatism for three decades.  He was a role model of an incorruptible public official who adhered to principle despite | Read More »

  • American innovation supremacy at risk

    The high-priced corporate lobbyists walking Capitol Hill corridors have a new mantra: innovation. They demand that Congress bring in more guest workers, especially from Asia, in order to maintain American innovation supremacy. The lobbyists’ backup buzzword is "the best and | Read More »

  • Hillary Clinton shouldn’t blame sexism for her loss

    The postmortems are rolling in to explain the long-drawn-out and spectacular failure of Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton’s once-promising presidential campaign. She and her supporters are sure they know how and why she was rejected: She was the victim of sexism. | Read More »

  • Judicial supremacy strikes in Oklahoma

    The elected representatives in Oklahoma passed a law to stem the tide of illegal immigrants and, faster than you can say "judicial supremacy," a federal judge blocked its enforcement. The court suspended key sections of the law even before it | Read More »

  • Bar Association and Sen. Joseph Biden Enlist in War on Dads

    The American Bar Association is a special-interest group like any other association representing its members. The Chamber of Commerce represents corporate interests, such as seeking cheap labor to keep the cost of wages low, and the National Education Association represents | Read More »

  • Chinese Drugs Come With a Dose of Danger

    "Chinese Counterfeits and American Failures," the title of a congressional hearing on April 29, laid bare a shocking problem: A counterfeit ingredient in a blood-thinner widely used in surgery, combined with the Food and Drug Administration’s failure to inspect Chinese | Read More »

  • A New Argument About Immigration

    Many arguments, pro and con, about how to deal with illegal aliens have been passionately debated over the past couple of years, but there are still other arguments that need public exposure. Mark Krikorian presents a new argument in his | Read More »

  • Appeals court shoots down New York City gun law

  • Kansas voters could change the way judges are selected

  • Ben Stein Provokes the Liberal Wrath

    Ben Stein is known to many as an actor on Comedy Central. But the funniest part about his recent movie "Expelled" is not any clever lines spoken by Stein but the hysterical way liberals are trying to discourage people from | Read More »

  • Brown’s Global Ideals Threaten U.S. Sovereignty

    It’s a good thing that British Prime Minister Gordon Brown’s U.S. visit was upstaged by the dramatic reception Americans gave Pope Benedict XVI. Brown might have been booed if he hadn’t delivered what aides called his "signature" speech within the | Read More »

  • Report Uncovers Hidden Cost of Immigration

    Are you having a hard time paying your bills, making your mortgage payments, or putting your kids through college? You need to know how much of your hard-earned income the government is skimming off and diverting into handouts to immigrants | Read More »

  • North American Union: Conspiracy or Cover-up

    Ever since former first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton proclaimed that she and her husband were the victims of a “vast right-wing conspiracy,” “conspiracy” has been the hot word used to ridicule your opponents. When President George W. Bush wanted to | Read More »

  • Violent video games held to be free speech

    Extremely violent video games have become the dangerous obsession of a significant portion of our youth, and several towns and states have passed ordinances intended to prevent minors from buying or viewing them. But judicial supremacists are striking down these | Read More »

  • Pentagon Creating Jobs in Europe, Not the U.S.

    The indignation of Americans is growing rapidly about the U.S. Air Force granting a French company a $35 billion tanker-aircraft contract that could eventually grow to $100 billion and is estimated to create 100,000 jobs in Europe. French government subsidies | Read More »

  • Successful missile strike validates Reagan’s wisdom

    The U.S. Navy gave Ronald Reagan a dramatic 25th anniversary gift on Feb. 21. A Navy missile raced into outer space and destroyed an orbiting satellite, thereby providing new proof of the vision President Reagan proclaimed in his then-sensational televised | Read More »