Fuzzy Math in Unemployment Statistics

Fuzzy Math in Unemployment Statistics by Phyllis Schlafly January 14, 2015 The Department of Labor announced that 252,000 new jobs were added to the U.S. economy in December. The Obama Administration is trying to pander to voters by touting a … Continue reading






Lost Generation Betrayed by Obama

Lost Generation Betrayed by Obama by Phyllis Schlafly October 2, 2013 It used to be that a college degree was a ticket to a pretty good job. No more. College graduates are now called the “Lost” generation because more than … Continue reading






Bad Facts about Obama’s Prospects

Bad Facts about Obama’s Prospects by Phyllis Schlafly September 26, 2012 Although the polls show the presidential campaigns neck and neck, the facts continue to look negative for Barack Obama. Two-thirds of the American people say they believe the United … Continue reading






Democrats Have No Plan to Create Jobs

Democrats Have No Plan to Create Jobs by Phyllis Schlafly September 12, 2012 The bounce expected from Barack Obama’s Democratic Convention speech collapsed the following day under the reality check that the current unemployment figure is 8.1 percent. And 40.7 … Continue reading






Let’s Talk About Outsourcing

Let’s Talk About Outsourcing by Phyllis Schlafly July 18, 2012 Among President Obama’s disingenuous promises made over his four years, he said he would focus on creating “jobs that pay well and can’t be outsourced.” Yet he spent billions of … Continue reading






The Dream Act Is a Nightmare

The Dream Act Is a Nightmare by Phyllis Schlafly June 20, 2012 “Mr. President, why do you favor foreign workers over Americans?” That was the obvious question Barack Obama refused to answer when a reporter, doing his job, sought an … Continue reading






Terminate the Racket of College Loans

Terminate the Racket of College Loans by Phyllis Schlafly June 13, 2012 One of the ways to cut the big-spending binge engaged in by the federal government is to terminate the racket of college loans. It’s counterproductive, discriminatory, and a … Continue reading