At 88, legendary conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly is still fighting hard for conservative causes.
An original ”Rosie the Riveter,” Schlafly worked as a ballistics gunner and technician at the largest ammunition plant during World War II. She later became a lawyer, authored 21 books and emerged as one of the most successful conservative activists in America, leading the charge to defeat the Equal Rights Amendment. In the 1970s, she founded the Eagle Forum, a national grassroots organization of volunteers fighting for conservative values. She has attended every Republican National Convention since 1952 and recently received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Missouri Republican Party.