TOPIC: Elections

Roy Moore and the Double Standard
11-15-2017
By: John and Andy Schlafly

Personal scandals by Bill Clinton, Ted Kennedy, and Barney Frank are just fine with the liberal media, who endorsed them for election and re-election. Ted Kennedy was celebrated as the Lion of the Dem... Read More

Radio Live: Rove Attacks Bannons Motley Crew, DC Update, Senate Passes Budget, US Patent System
10-20-2017
By: Ed Martin and Cherilyn Eagar

Karl Rove Attacks Steve Bannon's "Motley Crew" of Candidates Recruited to Run Against Establishment - Rebekah Gantner Gives Inside the Beltway DC Update - Senate Passes Budget - 50 Years... Read More

Bannon Promotes Trump’s Economic Nationalism
10-04-2017
By: John and Andy Schlafly

Steve Bannon may be gone from the White House, but the agenda he championed is moving forward on many fronts. “If there’s any confusion out there,” Bannon told Bloomberg News, &ldquo... Read More

From Passionate Patriot to 'Intelligent Candidate'
09-12-2017
By: Ryan Hite, Jordan Henry, John and Andy Schlafly

The mainstream media and mainstream culture have a way of making candidates think they know what the people want. However, knowing what people actually want is an art form that very few people have ac... Read More

Radio Live: Special Election Results AL & UT, GOP Power Plays, Trump Against All Violence & Antifas
08-16-2017
By: Ed Martin and Cherilyn Eagar

Reporting on today's Special Election Results in AL & UT, GOP Establishment fights to keep tight control over the party voting and it's candidate selection process. Trump's statement c... Read More

Radio Live: McMaster and Iran Deal, Pence Accused, Homemakers Of America, John Kelly, Jeff Sessions
08-07-2017
By: Ed Martin and Cherilyn Eagar

White House National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster worked at a George Soros-funded think tank to support Obama's Iran deal. Bill Kristen accused VP Mike Pence of planting a shadow campaign story.... Read More

"History Is On the Side of Conservatives"
08-03-2017
By: Jordan Henry

As the Reagan years came to a close with the election of 1988, Phyllis Schlafly took the time to look backwards at where the conservative movement had come from, and to look forward at where the conse... Read More

Fundamentals of Citizen Participation in Politics
07-27-2017
By: Ryan Hite, Jordan Henry, John and Andy Schlafly

The election of 1980 gave American voters a stark contrast of the two parties and candidates – Democrat President Jimmy Carter and Republican Governor Ronald Reagan. Reagan relied on the grassro... Read More

From Passionate Patriot to "Intelligent Candidate"
07-20-2017
By: Jordan Henry

The mainstream media and mainstream culture have a way of making candidates think they know what the people want. However, knowing what people actually want is an art form that very few people have ac... Read More

Pivot Counties Tell 2016 Election Story
07-14-2017
By: Ryan Hite, Jordan Henry, John and Andy Schlafly

There are 206 counties that voted for Obama in 2008 and 2012 but then for Trump in 2016. Ballotpedia calls them “Pivot Counties.” Located in 34 states, these Pivot Counties comprised a tot... Read More

Despite Reporting Bias, Trump’s Base Remains Solid
07-13-2017
By: Ryan Hite, Jordan Henry, John and Andy Schlafly

A recent Harvard study confirms that there has been record-breaking reporting bias against President Donald Trump. An astounding 80% of the stories about Trump by the mainstream media during his first... Read More

The Most Powerful Office in the World Is NOT the President of the United States
07-10-2017
By: Eagle Forum Education & Legal Defense Fund

Now wait a minute. Isn't the President of the United States the leader of the Western World, the man with his hand on the nuclear trigger, the head of a ten-trillion dollar nation? The Presiden... Read More

Wisconsin Voter ID Laws Turn the Tide
07-10-2017
By: Ryan Hite, Jordan Henry, John and Andy Schlafly

One need look no further than Wisconsin to see the positive results of voter integrity reforms.  In the 2016 presidential election Wisconsin enforced strong new voter ID requirements to prohibit ... Read More

Election Integrity Will Make America Great Again
07-07-2017
By: Ryan Hite, Jordan Henry, John and Andy Schlafly

While the Washington Post searches high and low for another Watergate scandal, it is simply nowhere to be found.  The remarkable tranquility in the stock market belies the hysterical cries of dis... Read More

Radio Live: Court Watch, SCOTUS, Immigration, Property Rights, GA Elections
06-22-2017
By: Ed Martin and Cherilyn Eagar

Host Cherilyn Eagar talks with Andy Schlafly for our weekly Court Watch segment.  We talk Supreme Court, Immigration issues, recent decisions, and travel ban update!  Jim Edwards joins us in... Read More

Radio Live: Surprise in Georgia, Trump Better At 150 Days, Heartbeat Bill
06-21-2017
By: Ed Martin and Cherilyn Eagar

Host Ed Martin discusses some of the latest headlines!  Fake news fails again - Big conservative win in Georgia.  Who are the good guys and bad guys in Syria?  John Schlafly joins us to... Read More

Radio Live: Media Obscures Truth, UT Nominates to Replace Chaffetz
06-19-2017
By: Ed Martin and Cherilyn Eagar

Hosts Ed Martin and Cherilyn Eagar talk about the latest headlines from the weekend. Chris Herrod nominated by Utah GOP to run in primary for Rep. Jason Chaffetz’s seat – what’s... Read More

The Phyllis Schlafly Fundamentals of Citizen Participation in Politics
06-01-2017
By: Jordan Henry

The stakes of the 1980 presidential election could not have been higher. Without a doubt, the two parties stood in stark contrast with incumbent president Jimmy Carter for the Democrats and popular Ca... Read More

Despite Record Reporting Bias, Trump’s Base Remains Solid
05-23-2017
By: John and Andy Schlafly

A recent Harvard study confirms that there has been record-breaking reporting bias against President Donald Trump. An astounding 80% of the stories about Trump by the mainstream media during his first... Read More

Stay Engaged: The Battle Resumes on Jan. 20
01-03-2017
By: John and Andy Schlafly

As soon as the election results sank in, sleepy federal bureaucrats woke up and shifted into high gear, furiously finalizing regulations that could be issued before President Obama leaves office. Acco... Read More

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