September 20, 2020
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About the Author
Ed Martin is the hand-picked successor of Phyllis Schlafly to run her Eagle organizations and currently is President of the Phyllis Schlafly Eagles. He is co-author of the New York Times bestseller The Conservative Case for Trump (Regnery, 2016) and served as a Pro-Trump commentator on CNN and the host of the Salem Radio network's daily radio show Ed Martin's Pro America Report.Ed was elected Chairman of the Missouri Republican Party in January 2013 and served on the Republican National Committee until 2015. In 2010, Ed was the Republican nominee for Congress coming within a few thousand votes of beating the incumbent Democrat in the historic Dick Gephardt district. In 2012, Ed was the Republican nomination for Missouri Attorney General while also serving as the Missouri Victor GOTV chairman.Ed was chief of staff to Missouri Governor Matt Blunt from 2006-2008 helping Missouri leadership pass pro-life legislation, school choice laws, and limiting the reach of the left-wing government unions. In 2005, Ed was appointed Chairman of the St. Louis Board of Election Commissioners. He took the lead in fighting his on ACORN, stream-lined the office, and implemented the Help America Vote Act. Ed holds a law degree and advanced degrees in medical ethics and philosophy and was awarded post-graduate fellowships in Indonesia (Watson Fellowship) and Italy (Rotary Fellowship). After law school, Ed delayed a one year judicial clerkship to serve his church. As the director of the Human Rights Office for the church, Ed led the church community in educating and advocating for pro-life issues, educational opportunities for all, and outreach to the community as part of the new evangelization.During the 2001-02 term of the federal Court of Appeals for Eighth Circuit, Ed served a judicial clerk to Reagan-appointee Hon. Pasco M. Bowman, II. He was President of the St. Louis Federalist Society and host for the historic Missouri visit of Associate Justice Antonin Scalia in 2004. He has served as executive director of Missouri Club for Growth and founded Missourians United for Life.Ed and his wife Carol reside in Great Falls, Virginia with their four children.
Jordan Henry is the Director of Research for Phyllis Schlafly Eagles. He was hired to work full-time in 2017 after honing his writing skills under Phyllis Schlafly's direct editorial oversight for two summers. From 2015 until taking his present full-time position, he worked at Phyllis's request as a freelance contributing writer for her three-minute daily radio commentaries. In 2016, he was able to attend the Republican National Convention as an aide to Phyllis. As the Director of Research, Jordan is responsible for promoting the conservative values Phyllis Schlafly championed for seven decades. He heads an ever-changing array of research projects studying Phyllis's life and works. He serves a lead role in coordinating events such as Phyllis Schlafly Eagles's annual Eagle Council. He also continues to write for the Phyllis Schlafly Report Radio Commentaries every month. Jordan is a graduate of Pensacola Christian College. He and his wife Edith live in High Ridge, Missouri.