Eagle Forum Live Radio – Jan. 2015

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January 3

Suzanne Venker – Home With The Kids: The Two-Income Trap

Stay-at-home moms are on the rise, and there are more stay-at-home fathers than ever before. Why does staying home matter? Our guest explains why the two-income lifestyle is not what it appears to be.


January 10

Carter Andress – From Al-Qaeda to ISIS

If the United States won the war in Iraq, how did ISIS sweep in so quickly? Don’t miss this witness’s dramatic account of what America achieved in Iraq . . . and what went wrong.


January 17

Rosemary Jenks – Immigration, Obama, and America’s Future

The President has issued an imperialist executive order on amnesty: what now? One of the nation’s leading immigration experts joins us to discuss illegal immigrants and America’s future.


January 24

Emmett McGroarty – Common Core and The American Child

Will the federal government take over education, or will American parents have the final say? A leader of the movement against Common Core explains what’s happening in American education, and what we can do about it.


January 31

Daniel Hannan – Who Invented Freedom?

Hundreds of years ago, early English speakers remade their world with a strange new idea: freedom. On this week’s show, a conservative member of the European Parliament describes who made the old world modern, and how.


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Can We Abolish Abortion
in our Lifetime?

How is the American pro-life movement doing? What will it take to win? On Eagle Forum Live in December, Phyllis welcomed Kristan Hawkins, President of Students for Life, to the show.

Kristan Hawkins found a passion for protecting the unborn in high school, where she started her high school’s first pro-life club, as well as the first pro-life club at her college. Hawkins has gone on to help triple the number of campus pro-life groups in the United States.

Kristan pointed out that America’s youth are more pro-life than the previous American generation. She referred to abortion as the greatest human rights tragedy the world has ever known, but she argued that pro-life students – survivors of the abortion holocaust – could end abortion in our lifetime.

Americans born after 1973 should consider themselves abortion survivors — 40% of their peers did not make it out of the womb alive. But when they come to grips with the reality of this evil, many young Americans are motivated to fight it. Hawkins is the author of Courageous: Students Abolishing Abortion in this Lifetime. The book chronicles what Hawkins calls the “real and messy” stories of American young people, their painful experiences with abortion, and their heroism toward ending it.

According to Planned Parenthood, 4 out of every 10 pregnancies in the United States end in abortion. What happened to their claim that they wanted to make abortion “safe, legal, and rare”? Students for Life is busy fighting back — they host national conferences to train pro-life students, serve college women facing unplanned pregnancy, and promote a culture of life on both college and high school campuses.

Now celebrating 25 years of broadcasting, Eagle Forum Live is pleased to continue bringing news and commentary to homes across America. You can find the entire conversation between Phyllis Schlafly and Kristan Hawkins by visiting the radio archives page at EagleForum.org/radio. For more information about Students for Life, visit http://studentsforlife.org

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