The great conservative author and activist Phyllis Schlafly died last week. She was one of the most brilliant women of all time, so of course after she died, some bitchy, lonely feminists laughed about it on Twitter.
Meanwhile, Schlafly's accomplishments make these "feminists" look pathetic.
Phyllis Schlafly predicted and warned against many of the things we're dealing with today: gay marriage, unisex bathrooms, women in combat -- and of course, at the time, liberals made fun of her and called her crazy.
She was qualified to be a Harvard lawyer back in 1945 before the school took women. They were going to make an exception for her because she was too brilliant to pass up.
Instead, Schlafly focused on activism until her ovaries ripened, then she quickly settled down to create and shape the lives of six extraordinary children in Alton, Illinois.
Schlafly’s 1964 book "A Choice Not an Echo" made the case for Barry Goldwater, sold millions of copies, permanently changed the GOP, led to Ronald Reagan’s presidency, and is a big part of why we like Trump so much—he’s no echo.