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Ethan Rush, president of Missouri Eagle Forum, announces that Anne Gassel is the new legislative director for Missouri Eagle Forum.
Anne Gassel is a graduate of Northwestern University with a bachelor's degree in Communication. Her family moved to West St Louis county 13 years ago. She has been a co-editor on MissouriEducationWatchdog blog, writing about education, for five years. She is one of the founders of the Missouri Coalition Against Common Core and a member of Truth In American Education which fights Common Core State Standards on a national level. In Missouri, she worked on the passage of HB1490 which has started to return local control of education standards to the state, and continues to lobby the legislature to pass laws affirming parents right to control their children's education.  As a plaintiff in the lawsuit challenging Missouri's participation in the multi-state K-12 testing consortia SBAC, she helped save the citizens of Missouri $26 million when the court ruled the consortia an unconstitutional interstate compact and barred membership payments to SBAC. Anne is a former Republican Committeewoman, Director of the St. Louis Vacation Liberty School and Associate Director for the Engine Manufacturers Association. She ran for State Representative in 2016. Anne has been married to her husband Matt for 23 years and has two children in college.

"Anne Gassell is a bright, dedicated activist who has spent more than a decade on the front lines of the conservative movement," said Rush. “We look forward to Anne bringing her passion for our nation’s founding principles, conservative values, and her dedication to hard work to the Missouri Eagle Forum."
Missouri Eagle Forum is the state affiliate of Eagle Forum, a national, conservative, pro-family organization founded in 1975 by Phyllis Schlafly.
For more information, contact Ethan Rush at 314-984-9600.

Missouri Eagle Forum invites you to
Luncheon with Star Parker
President of CURE: the Center for Urban Renewal and Education
Please join us for a dynamic speech on
race and poverty from a conservative
Christian perspective.
on Monday, October 10, 2016

 Vote NO on "Convention of the States"
Rewriting the U.S. Constitution is a bad idea and NOT conservative.The Missouri Legislature is considering a call for a new Constitutional Convention.Any "Convention of the States" will allow liberals to rewrite our Constitutionand eliminate the Second Amendment!Call your State Representative to VOTE NO on an Article V convention or any "compact" with other states.Yes, we need our elected officials to obey the law, but writing new laws will not rein in out-of-control government.

There are NO rules in federal law on a Constitutional Convention. Anything goes!
A call has no limits on a Convention's purpose, procedure, agenda, or delegates.

Conservatives should spend time and money electing conservative leaders who will obey the laws; not trying to spend their energies changing our U.S. Constitution.

Missouri Eagle Forum hosted a fabulous luncheon in March 2014 featuring Cong. Michele Bachmann and Phyllis Schlafly! 
Please DONATE today so we can schedule the next informative event. 
Missouri Eagle Forum dues are $25/year.
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Rep. Michele Bachmann meeting guests.

Missouri Eagles enjoying lunch at the Deer Creek Club.

Phyllis Schlafly greeting supporters.

This SOLD-OUT lunch and speech energized everyone who attended.

Missouri Eagle Forum welcomed Cong. Michele Bachmann
on Saturday, March 22, 2014 at 12:30 pm


Sweetheart Luncheon 2013
Deer Creek Club

Joan Langenberg, president of Missouri Eagle Forum, organized and hosted the 13th annual Sweethearts Luncheon February 5th at the beautiful Deer Creek Club outside St. Louis . This is a yearly event near Valentine’s Day to honor Phyllis–the Sweetheart of the conservative movement. The club was packed at a maximum capacity of 135 people. Senator Rick Santorum was the featured speaker, and he did an outstanding job. His main points were the imperative of transforming our culture and the importance of each person’s involvement. He is definitely considering the idea of a presidential run in 2016. Missouri president Joan Langenberg then gave a tribute to Phyllis regarding all her many, many lifelong accomplishments. The event concluded with a very spirited talk by Phyllis about the importance of taking back the Republican Party. It happened in 1980, and it can happen again! It was a very successful event for all.                   
Photos courtesy of Alex Rife  


An Evening at the Deer Creek Club - September 6, 2012