Birmingham News coverage of Phyllis Schlafly’s speech to the Birmingham Kiwanis Club:
GOP Activist Phyllis Schlafly Speaking in Birmingham Warns of Democrats Stealing the Election
At 84, conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly hasn’t softened her political edge.
Speaking to the Kiwanis Club of Birmingham Tuesday, Schlafly, the founder of Eagle Forum, recounted her career in political activism beginning with a Republican convention that nominated Barry Goldwater, through the battle against the Equal Rights Amendment, to this year’s Republican convention, the 15th she’d attended.
Schlafly said the organization, formed in opposition to the Equal Rights Amendment, was an inspiration for the host of conservative groups that followed.
“We invented the pro-family movement,” she said. Read More…