Time to say goodbye to the WTO

by Phyllis Schlafly -- The World Trade Organization just ruled against the United States again. A "dispute resolution panel" of WTO representatives from Pakistan, Portugal and Switzerland ruled that U.S. laws requiring more…

Stop feminist pork

by Phyllis Schlafly -- The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), now up for reauthorization, is in major need of revision. Its billion-dollar-a-year price tag spent by the radical feminists to pursue their more…

Court wraps video games in 1st Amendment

by Phyllis Schlafly -- The U.S. Supreme Court got it wrong in Brown v. Entertainment Merchant Association. This wasn't a First Amendment case, it was a parents' rights case – and only more…

Let states crack down on illegals

by Phyllis Schlafly -- E-Verify, a computer process that makes it fast and easy for employers to check the validity of employees' Social Security numbers to ascertain if they are legal, was more…

The Republicans' pro-war claque

by Phyllis Schlafly -- One of the reasons left-wingers voted for Barack Obama for president in 2008 was that they opposed the war in Iraq. The antiwar left is disappointed that Obama more…

Cost to taxpayers of missing fathers

by Phyllis Schlafly -- With Father's Day coming up, we should ponder the sad plight of the 20 million American children who are growing up without their fathers in the home. In more…

The toughest state on illegals

by Phyllis Schlafly -- Alabama has suddenly become the leader in comprehensive immigration reform, passing up Arizona, whose laws have had so much news coverage. By large margins, the Alabama state legislature more…

Gender nonsense in the classroom

by Phyllis Schlafly -- Elementary school curriculum isn't just about the three R's anymore. Reading, 'Riting and 'Rithmetic now have to make time for lessons in gender diversity and for nosy questionnaires more…

Obama's desire for data on your kid

by Phyllis Schlafly -- The tea partiers are demanding that Congress not raise the debt ceiling but instead avoid default by cutting spending dramatically. Federal spending on education emerges as the discretionary more…

Patent Act: Dangerous to U.S. security

by Phyllis Schlafly -- More and more dangerous effects of the proposed changes to U.S. patent law (S. 23, H.R. 1249) keep emerging, especially since the hearings failed to hear from any more…