Phyllis Schlafly

Phyllis Schlafly’s Final Victory

In the early hours of Wednesday morning, Donald J. Trump stunned political insiders, beltway prognosticators, and global elites when he emerged victorious as President-elect of the United States of America. His success represented a repudiation of corporate media, a repudiation

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What Liberals Owe Phyllis Schlafly

Without Schlafly, the conservative movement would never have grown to the fighting force it has — nor would the New Left have emerged the way it did, or the “netroots,” or Sanders’s faltering “political revolution.”

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Donald Trump: Phyllis Schlafly’s ‘Legacy Will Live on in the Movement’

Following the death of conservative icon Phyllis Schlafly, Republican nominee Donald J. Trump remarked that Schlafly’s “legacy will live on in the movement she led and the millions she inspired.” The 92 year-old grassroots heroine and “sweetheart of the silent majority” was pivotal to securing Trump the Republican nomination.

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Schlafly Son Remembers ‘Sweetheart of The Silent Majority’

Conservative icon Phyllis Schlafly, 92, passed away on Monday just after 3:00 p.m. at her home in Ladue, Missouri surrounded by family. The”godmother the conservative movement” and “sweetheart of the silent majority,” Schlafly was instrumental in launching and shaping the modern day conservative movement. Schlafly was active in politics for more than one quarter of all American history and has been at the center of nearly every political battle since 1945. She is survived by her six children, sixteen grandchildren, and three great grandchildren. Below is tribute written by her son Andy Schlafly.

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