Ed Martin, President | Helen Marie Taylor, Chairman
John Schlafly, Treasurer

TOPIC: Constitution

Let's Celebrate Constitution Day
By: Ryan Hite, Jordan Henry, John and Andy Schlafly

This Sunday is Constitution Day, the anniversary of the day our great United States Constitution was signed in Philadelphia on September 17, 1787. It should be as important a national holiday as Indep... Read More

Time to Study the U.S. Constitution
By: Ryan Hite, Jordan Henry, John and Andy Schlafly

Federal law makes it mandatory for all schools to teach about the Constitution on Constitution Day, which is September 17, or during Constitution Week if it falls on a weekend, as it does this year. I... Read More

Liberty, Property, and Theft
By: Ryan Hite, Jordan Henry, John and Andy Schlafly

At the founding of our nation, “liberty and property were synonymous.” However, children in today’s public schools are not taught that their rights are protected by God and they ofte... Read More

God and Property Rights Ousted from Schools
By: Ryan Hite, Jordan Henry, John and Andy Schlafly

Joahannes Gutenberg invented the first moveable type printing press. His masterpiece, the Gutenberg Bible, was printed on this day – August 24, in 1455. No longer copied by hand and chained to p... Read More

Checks and Balances Honored
By: Ryan Hite, Jordan Henry, John and Andy Schlafly

Shortly after Trump became president he issued Executive Order No. 13780, entitled “Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States,” but judicial activism initia... Read More

Radio Live: Opposing Illegal Immigration-Affirmative Action-Trump Rolls On-Alex Newman NDAA Problems
By: Ed Martin and Cherilyn Eagar

Hosts Cherilyn Eagar and Jordan Henry discuss the fight against progressive policy. 60% of Americans oppose illegal immigration and the consequences. Affirmative action in the college admissions proce... Read More

George Washington Carver’s Freedom to Create
By: Ryan Hite, Jordan Henry, John and Andy Schlafly

Born a slave around this day – July 12 – in 1864, George Washington Carver became a scientist of international renown. In 1921, Carver addressed the United States House Ways and Means Comm... Read More

Alexander Hamilton
By: Ryan Hite, Jordan Henry, John and Andy Schlafly

He intentionally fired into the air, but his political Rival, Aaron Burr, took deadly aim and fatally shot him in a duel on this day, July 11, in 1804. Alexander Hamilton appears on our $10 bills, but... Read More

Radio Live: Energy Regs, Convention of States, CNN Downfall, Bannon Returns, Inequality At Wimbledon
By: Ed Martin and Cherilyn Eagar

Hosts Ed Martin and Cherilyn Eagar tackle hot topics of the week! Andy Schlafly joins us for his weekly Court Watch segment. This week: courts deny delay of crippling energy regulations. We also talk ... Read More

Radio Live: PS Against Con Con, Tom DeWeese, Mayors Rebel on Paris Accord, Agenda 21
By: Ed Martin and Cherilyn Eagar

Today hosts Cherilyn Eagar and Jordan Henry talk about this week's installment in the weekly Fifty Years of the Phyllis Schlafly Report, as we talk about Phyllis's solid opposition to a new Co... Read More

The "Constitutional Crisis" of Con Con
By: Jordan Henry

Author’s Note: Scroll to the very bottom of the page to view the special color-printed 18th Anniversary Edition of the Phyllis Schlafly Report. When it comes to a function of the Constit... Read More

Foundations of American Liberty
By: Ryan Hite, Jordan Henry, John and Andy Schlafly

Many of us know the history lessons of the English King Richard the Lionheart – so named for his courage in leading crusades to win back Jerusalem. King Richard’s legacy towers over much o... Read More

Unexpected Suggestions for Constitutional Changes
By: Phyllis Schlafly

It looks like all sorts of people are joining the game of rewriting parts of the U.S. Constitution. It started with state legislators who apparently had time on their hands, and now it’s even ex... Read More

Unmasking the Imperial Presidency
By: Phyllis Schlafly

“Imperial Presidency” perfectly describes what the Obama Administration has become as it increasingly violates the limits on its power defined by the U.S. Constitution. Criticisms of how P... Read More

Obama’s Pen vs. the Constitution
By: Phyllis Schlafly

Barack Obama has now revealed that he unilaterally plans to use executive orders to “bypass” Congress. His shocking words were: “We are not just going to be waiting for legislation. ... Read More

Congress Promotes Foreign Jobs
By: Phyllis Schlafly

Congress is about to consider a massive attack on the U.S. Constitution, on the constitutional powers of Congress and the 50 states, and on U.S. sovereignty. This attack is marketed to the public as &... Read More

Boehner Republicans Heading for Big Mistake
By: Phyllis Schlafly

What in the world is the matter with Boehner Republicans in the U.S. House? Haven’t they had enough of Obama exceeding his presidential authority, disobeying the Constitution by refusing to &ldq... Read More

Is Article V in Our Future?
By: Phyllis Schlafly

Attacks on the U.S. Constitution are coming from all sides. The New York Times opened its op-ed page to several liberal professors of government: one calls our Constitution “imbecilic,... Read More

Unconstitutional Recess Appointments
By: Phyllis Schlafly

Barack Obama's latest unconstitutional action is his attempt to make four so-called recess appointments to high-level, well-paying jobs in the federal bureaucracy when the Senate was NOT in recess... Read More

The Patent Bill is Unconstitutional
By: Phyllis Schlafly

The biggest issue for many new Members of Congress and TEA Partiers is trying to hold the federal government within its constitutional limits. Unfortunately, the House now seems poised to pass a law i... Read More

<< First   < Previous    Page 2 out of 4    Next >   Last >>