December 8, 2016

Rest in Peace – Phyllis Schlafly

Phyllis Schlafly at Steve King's Conservative Policies conference in Des Moines, Iowa. (2011). by: Gage Skidmore Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0)

Conservative leader, heroine Phyllis Schlafly, passed away Monday afternoon at the age of 92.

Having gained national prominence in 1964 with her self-published book, “A Choice Not an Echo[i],” Schlafly, an American icon, firebrand and staunch pro-family/pro-life advocate stood her ground taking on Liberalism and establishment leaders of both parties until the end.

A champion in her own right, Schlafly, single-handedly took on the feminist movement during its heyday and worked hard defeating the Equal Rights Amendment in the 1970s in spite of attacks from both parties.

The founder of Eagle Forum whose primary focus is the American family and Conservative values published more than 27 books and thousands of articles.  Her final book entitled,The Conservative Case for Trump launches today.

Although her death is this morning being celebrated by vile Progressives, the loss of Phyllis Schlafly has created a void among Conservatives that will never be filled.

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Unhyphenated American female, born and raised in the Empire State and who like most New Yorkers, in spite of being a registered Democrat, I voted for the candidate, not the party which meant voting often across party lines throughout the years. In 2008, coming to terms once and for all with the fact that Democrats and I had nothing in common, I left the liberal cesspool forever. Of course, I now have a grudge to settle after decades of being lied to and so I blog to right the wrongs and expose the lies.