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Eagle Forum

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The Eagle Forum is the website and corporation run by that noted professional working anti-feminist, Phyllis Schlafly - although you would hardly know it from looking at the site as her involvement is cunningly concealed. They have joined in the mocking of low-flush toilets, preserving snakes, and other delightful things, tossing around the terms "tax-payer funded" as well as citing Bjørn Lomborg. [1]

The original name of the group was STOP ERA, formed by Phyllis Schlafly in 1972 to oppose ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment. The name was changed to the Eagle Forum in 1975.

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Phyllis Schlafly enjoying some tea

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