SANDY — Phyllis Schlafly, the first lady of the conservative movement, addressed an audience of politically minded individuals Saturday night in the closing hour of the annual National Eagle Forum.
Schlafly founded the National Eagle Forum in the 1970s and has been actively involved in the conservative movement since then.
"We are proud to be an American, and that's what we're here for," Schlafly began. "We do have a calling, and that's to try and save America from the people who want to change us from what we are."
Schlafly addressed audience members on the future of the conservative movement, the action that needs to be taken in order to successfully restore conservatives to power and the positive signs she has seen that show that is the direction the U.S. is heading.
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