ATTN:CONSERVATIVES ONE of the MOST IMPORTANT CONSERVATIVES in PAST 100 YRS
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Since: Sep 11
#1 Dec 26, 2012
'Most important woman in last 100 years'
'Lifetime Achievement' winner sold million books from her garage
Published: 24 hours ago
by Jerome R. Corsi Email | Archive
NEW YORK –”She is my heroine and my example … She truly is the mother of the modern conservative movement … I think she is the most important woman in the United States in the last 100 years.”
That’s how Minnesota congresswoman and former GOP presidential candidate Michele Bachmann describes WND’s 2012 “Lifetime Achievement Award” recipient – Phyllis Schlafly.
A guiding light in the conservative movement for at least a half century, Schlafly’s life-long interest in politics was kindled almost accidentally – that is, if one believes in accidents. Schlafly unfolded her amazing story during an interview with WND.
“During World War II, I worked my way through college at Washington University in St. Louis by working on the night shift testing .30 and .50 caliber ammunition for St. Louis Ordnance Plant, one of the largest ammunition manufacturers in the country at that time,” she recalled in an interview with WND.
“Since I worked half the time 4 p.m. to midnight, and half the time midnight to 8 a.m., as a ballistics tester for an ammunition plant, I had to pick my class schedule to fit my work schedule. That’s what led me into a political science major, and I’ve been hooked ever since.”
What if everything you’ve been told about women in America is wrong? Get your autographed copy of “The Flipside of Feminism” by Suzanne Venker and Phyllis Schlafly.
After graduating Phi Beta Kappa from Washington University in St. Louis in 1944, Schlafly earned her master of arts degree in government from Harvard in 1945.
“From there, I worked for the brand new American Enterprise Institute when it was just a little four-room office on 9th Street in Washington,” she recalled.
“Then I came home to St. Louis, I ran the campaign of Claude Bakewell, a Republican candidate for Congress in 1946, which was our biggest Republican year. Things were simpler then – I was the campaign manager, the scheduler, the speech writer – and he won.”
“After I married Fred Schlafly in 1949, we moved to Alton, Ill., where he practiced law, and I became a full-time homemaker,” she recalled.“I never had another job.”
Get Phyllis Schlafly’s “No Higher Power: Obama’s War on Religious Freedom,” co-authored with George Neumayr.
Again, as fate would have it, in Alton, politics once again pursued Schlafly.
“I had one child about one-and-a-half years old when the Republican Party came to my husband in Alton and asked him, as a prominent lawyer in town, if he wanted to run for Congress.”
Fred Schlafly was not interested.
“My husband didn’t want to run, but in the course of the evening’s conversation, someone asked me if I wanted to run. They talked me into it, and so I decided to run. Then, when I won this hot primary,[it] became a big news event because I was running for Congress as a young woman with a young baby.”
Although Schlafly lost the election, while the course of running, the Republican Party asked her to deliver the keynote speech at the state convention in Springfield, Ill.
#2 Dec 26, 2012
“Ideology is the science of idiots.”
Since: Nov 12
#4 Dec 26, 2012
so we are presented with WND, Bachman, and Phyllis Schlafly all in one post, roflmao, ds, you are so much fun.
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