‘Mrs. America’ tries to paint Phyllis Schlafly as cold and unforgiving, but the conservative icon my grandmother and I knew was nothing of the sort.
On this episode of the The Federalist Radio Hour, Inez Feltscher Stepman and Emily Jashinsky talk feminism, Lana Del Ray, and Phyllis Schlafly.
‘We have to make space in our culture for their voices, and I see Lana Del Rey’s frustration as similar to Phyllis Schlafly’s.’
Just as has happened in our economy dominated by finance capitalism, feminism brought outsized benefits to a few in exchange for the suffering of many.
To Hollywood, Schlafly was either a confused victim suffering from a chronic case of Stockholm syndrome or a purely evil, power-hungry denigrator of women — or both.
My mother Phyllis Schlafly made quite a name for herself in the fight over the Equal Rights Amendment, but here are a few little-known facts about her.
‘Mrs. America’ promotes a number of outright falsehoods about the grassroots conservative leader Phyllis Schlafly, according to the late activist’s biographer.
If ‘Mrs. America’ producers tried to dim the bright legacy of Phyllis Schlafly, their efforts fell flat.
The series producers made an enormous error in thinking that Phyllis Schlafly’s ideas would sound as ridiculous to the average American as they do in Hollywood.
With the revived push for the Equal Rights Amendment has come a revived push to cast Phyllis Schlafly as a historical villain. These are revisionist efforts informed by ideological bias more than fact.
Unable to defeat Schlafly in life, cultural elites in Hollywood are now attacking her posthumously in the brazenly dishonest ‘Mrs. America’ series.
Anne Schlafly Cori joins Emily Jashinsky to discuss Hulu’s forthcoming series ‘Mrs. America’ and the fight against the Equal Rights Amendment.
Midge Maisel’s brand of enlightenment clearly involves placing her own desires above the needs and wants of those she has a duty to put first.
The irony of the Equal Rights Amendment is that it will erase womanhood in the name of equality rather than empower women to be women.
Mike Farris and Phyllis Schlafly debate on the need for a Constitutional Convention of the States.
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