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Glyn Wright, 26, center, talks with Cathie Adams at the "I Can See" conference in downtown, Austin, Texas on Saturday June 21. Wright is the Executive Director of Eagle Forum in Washington, D.C. and leads Eagle Forum’s federal lobbying efforts; Adams is the former chair of the Republican Party of Texas.

"Washington Conservatives" Panel at Eagle Forum Collegians Conference 2014. Jackie Anderson, Senior Media Associate at the Heritage Foundation and Glyn Wright, Executive Director of Eagle Forum in Washington, D.C.

Pictured is Eagle Forum Legislative Director Kevin Baird, RNC Chairman Reince Priebus, and Eagle Forum Executive Director Glyn Wright at the 2015 March for Life.

Glyn Wright, Eagle Forum Executive Director in Washington, D.C., listens to Kris Kobach, Kansas Secretary of State at Judiciary Subcomittee Hearing, March 19, 2015.

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Rep. Randy Neugebauer Had a great time talking to Phyllis Schlafly and the #Collegians2013 at the @Eagle Forum Collegians Leadership Forum.

Glyn Wright and Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch from Wisconsin. Eagle Forum Council 2012

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Rick Santorum at Eagle Forum Collegians Summit 2014.

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Ann Coulter speaking at Eagle Forum Collegians Summit 2014.

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@SenMikeLee at Eagle Forum Collegians Summit 2014 addressing America's "large and growing economic opportunity deficit."

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We're hearing from Phyllis Schlafly, President of Eagle Forum

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Room full for @SenRandPaul at Eagle Forum Collegians Summit 2014!

Full house tonight at Eagle Forum of Pennsylvania dinner in Pittsburgh, PA, to support Republicans in the state. Hearing from one of Eagle Forum's heroes, Lt. Col. Allen West! Aug. 20, 2014

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Common Core critics warn of fuzzy math and less fiction

If the new national Common Core educational standards influence curriculum the way some fear they will, students can say goodbye to literary classics and hello to fuzzy math, say critics. Read more: