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Kirsten Hasler bio Kirsten Hasler Contact Kirsten Hasler E-mail: 202-445-8531 Kirsten Hasler is the Washington, D.C. Legislative Assistant for Eagle Forum. Kirsten is a graduate of Hillsdale College where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Economics. During her undergraduate studies, Kirsten spent her time involved in student political clubs and volunteer programs. Prior to joining Eagle Forum, Kirsten worked in Governor Scott Walker’s administration. While on Gov. Walker’s team, Kirsten handled various operational tasks and gained valuable experience in the fundamentals of running ... Read more

Eagle Forum Holds Congressional Briefing on the ERA March 23, 2019 Is Equality Equal? On Monday, March 18, Eagle Forum held a briefing on Capitol Hill to educate Congressional staffers on the dangers of the Equal Rights Amendment and similar “equality” legislation. Our panelists included Anne Schlafly Cori, Chairman of Eagle Forum, Kristan Hawkins, President of Students for Life, and Emilie Kao, Director of the Richard and Helen DeVos Center for Religion and Civil Society at the Heritage Foundation. The briefing tackled the history of the ... Read more

Eagle Forum Responds to MSNBC Documentary on ERA For Immediate Release:  March 4, 2019 Alton, IL  Eagle Forum, the pro-family, conservative 501 (c)(4) organization founded by the late Phyllis Schlafly in 1972, commends the producers of “This Happened on Account of Sex,” a documentary on the debate over the Equal Rights Amendment that premiered on MSNBC on March 3, 2019. “Although it was clear that the documentary producers support the passage of an Equal Rights Amendment, the piece was well-done, and gave fair treatment to ... Read more

The Trump Administration Must Defend Citizenship on the 2020 Census The Trump Administration Must Defend Citizenship on the 2020 Census Read more

Sanctity of Human Life Day January 22, 2019 On Sunday, January 22, 1984, President Ronald Reagan designated the first National Sanctity of Human Life Day.  President Reagan’s strong advocacy for life set a precedent for succeeding Republican presidents. While the date changes from year-to-year, today marks the 46th anniversary of this public recognition of the right to life. Every January around the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the March for Life gathers thousands of peaceful protestors to march through the streets of ... Read more