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Phyllis Schlafly

Articles by Phyllis Schlafly

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SCHLAFLY: Republican Party platform best yet

The Republican Party platform may be the best one ever adopted. The party has long since learned that fiscal, social and sovereignty issues cannot be ignored or separated, but must be addressed as all part of a national campaign. Published August 27, 2012

SCHLAFLY: In search of the real Geithner

Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner favor replacing the U.S. dollar with a global currency, or doesn't he? Or, as Rep. Michele Bachmann, Minnesota Republican, pointedly asked on Sean Hannity's radio program, "Which Tim Geithner do we believe?" Published April 4, 2009

SCHLAFLY: Through the stimulus scope

Under the subterfuge of helping the economy, Barack Obama's stimulus legislates vast new spending programs to finance liberal policy goals that are unnecessary and undesirable. The flow of taxpayers' money will be so gargantuan as to make Lyndon B. Johnson's Great Society expansion of the welfare state look puny. Published February 25, 2009

SCHLAFLY: What the doctor did not order

Barack Obama forced a bitter pill down the throats of Americans that the doctor did not order and patients do not want. Mr. Obama sneaked into the stimulus bill a new system for rationing medical care, and got the House and Senate to ram it through without reading it. Published February 21, 2009

SCHLAFLY: Community organizing explained

Immediately after the Democratic National Convention in Colorado, the Boston Globe published a letter from L. David Alinsky. He boasted about how Barack Obama had made extremely effective use of his training in the methods of David's late father, the famous Chicago radical, Saul D. Alinsky. Published February 14, 2009

SCHLAFLY: Bailout for trial lawyers?

The jobless rate just hit its highest level in 16 years -- 7.2 percent. That means more than 11 million Americans are unemployed. So the Democratic House responded by passing two bills making it more costly to hire workers. Published January 17, 2009

SCHLAFLY: Altered values

Why did 18-to-29-year-old evangelicals vote for Barack Obama despite his apostasy on the fundamental moral issues of abortion and same-sex unions? They voted 32 percent for Mr. Obama, twice the percentage of that demographic group who voted for John Kerry in 2004. Published December 31, 2008

SCHLAFLY: Global agenda?

When Barack Obama declared himself a "citizen of the world," those weren't just his usual platitudes about "change." Published December 27, 2008

SCHLAFLY: Doctor will see all of you now

The doctor will see all of you now -- at the same time. That's how the Boston Globe recently described shared visits used to cope with the long waits now customary in Massachusetts. Published December 13, 2008

SCHLAFLY: China's poisoned infants

The China infant milk scandal, even though it has so far not damaged any American babies, has exposed a major defect in the concept of free trade. It is dangerous to buy products from a nation whose economy is not based on Judeo-Christian morality. Published September 24, 2008