BY PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY
Have you heard about Eagle Forum Collegians Summit? It provides two days in our nation’s capital when conservative college students meet with Members of Congress and national newsmakers, and become equipped to stand up to radical professors, take the lead in student government, and make a difference when they get back to their campus. The 19th annual Eagle Forum Collegians Summit will take place on July 19 and 20 at the Heritage Foundation in Washington, DC. Its free to students who register in advance, until space runs out. I invite you to strengthen your conservative voice in this important election year.
At Eagle Forum’s Collegians Summit on July 19 and 20, you can hear Senators and policy experts speak on critically important issues. You can network with conservative students from other colleges all over the country. On our website, EFCollegians dot org, you’ll find the names of the speakers we will have. I can tell you that two of our favorite Members of Congress, Senator Jim DeMint and Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, have already accepted. The dates are July 19 and 20 at the Heritage Foundation in Washington, DC. The entire conference is free for college students who want to impact their campus and register in advance. Go to our website: EFCollegians.org” to register while there is still time.
If you are a parent or grandparent listening to this program, is there a college student in your own family who would benefit by attending this Conference? College campuses are dominated by leftwing professors and you need to prepare the young people in your family for what they will face in the classroom. You need to prepare them to reject the false propaganda of multiculturalism, diversity and feminism that is so prevalent on college campuses. Remember, Eagle Forum Collegians Summit is free to college students, but they must register on the web at EFCollegians.org”.
Phyllis Schlafly is the Founder and President of Eagle Forum, a national talk radio show host, and a best-selling author.
Used with the permission of Eagle Forum.