Is college really worth it?

by Phyllis Schlafly -- The favorite question liberal newsmen ask incoming Republican members of Congress is: You promised to cut federal spending, so what programs will you will cut? A good answer more…

The Paycheck Unfairness Act

by Phyllis Schlafly -- Women didn't vote for Democratic candidates in the November election in the numbers expected, so President Barack Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid want to woo them more…

Supremacist judges: Be warned!

by Phyllis Schlafly -- The most important decision the voters made on Nov. 2 may turn out to be Iowa sending out to pasture three state supreme court judges who had voted more…

Shut down Child Protective Services

by Phyllis Schlafly -- When the liberals and the feminists, including Hillary Clinton, began saying the "village" should raise the child, most people recognized village as a metaphor for government. We're now more…

Obama pleads for women's votes

by Phyllis Schlafly -- Barack Obama's pandering to the feminists makes him look like the suitor who is unwilling to face up to his beloved's announcing she will marry another man. In more…

With friends like Obama ...

by Phyllis Schlafly -- All sides admit that jobs are the No. 1 issue in 2010, but only three weeks before the crucial make-or-break congressional election on Nov. 2, Obama casually admitted more…

Marriage is key to spending cuts

by Phyllis Schlafly -- The attack on the institution of marriage is not only the biggest cultural but also the biggest fiscal issue of our times, and political and judicial attacks by more…

Questions for congressional candidates

by Phyllis Schlafly -- We look forward to the 2010 elections in the hope that we can decisively reject Barack Obama's plans to "fundamentally transform the United States." Here are some questions more…

Pledging to change America's direction

by Phyllis Schlafly -- Already tasting victory in November, Republicans in Congress issued "A Pledge to America" setting forth their goals. The principal thrust is to reassure Americans that Republicans will, indeed, more…

GOP kingmakers can't ditch social issues

by Phyllis Schlafly -- New York City's billionaire mayor, Michael Bloomberg, has decided he wants to be a political kingmaker, using his own deep pockets plus his rich friends. He's unhappy about more…