Eagle Forum Founder
Dallas Eagle Forum Founder
Mission and Principles
ABOUT DALLAS EAGLE FORUM
Eagle Forum Founder: Phyllis Schlafly
Dallas Eagle Forum Founder: LaNeil Wright Spivy
Eagle Forum's Mission is to enable conservative and pro-family men and women to participate in the process of self-government and public policy making so that America will continue to be a land of individual liberty, respect for family integrity, public and private virtue, and private enterprise.
Dallas Eagle Forum seeks to fulfill this mission through educating, motivating and activating citizens of our city, state and nation.
Government: We believe government exists solely to protect the people's God-given rights.
The Constitution: We believe the Constitution was prepared by wise men acting under the inspiration of God, and if honored and followed as the founders intended, it will assure the American people of a national government that will not violate their unalienable rights.
Human Life: We believe in the fundamental human right to life for the unborn, ourselves, and our posterity.
Taxes: We oppose all tax increases and demand tax cuts at every level. We support major cuts in federal spending.
Family: We believe it is the responsibility of every citizen, especially public officials, to oppose philosophies and programs which usurp parental rights or diminish the role of the family.
The Economy: We believe a free market economy is the most effective way to motivate all citizens to be productive and to develop their talents and abilities.
Education: We believe in the right of parents to guide the education of their children without oppressive government regulation.
Elected Officials: We believe that honest wise and good men and women who are committed to constitutional principles should be sought after and supported.
Religious Liberty: We believe the founders of our nation had no intention of separating religion and state institutions. Their intent was to prevent government from establishing a single state religion. The purpose of the first amendment was to guarantee the free expression of religious values in any setting, public or private.