Homeschool Under Siege

At last! The Courts speak and teacher unions LOSE!

Sunday, July 13th, 2014

Tweet In a landmark and courageous decision, a judge in California has struck down laws protecting bad and abusive teachers.  And boy, are the teacher unions upset!  They can see those dues just slipping away, their power being finally questioned in a public and legal forum, their choke hold on American politics and the lives […]

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The Advantages of Homeschooling

Wednesday, March 19th, 2014

Tweet The following is a speech I gave at the Education Options Expo in San Jose, on Saturday, March 15, 2014. It provides a good overview of why one should homeschool rather than use an educational institution, particularly a public school.  If you’d prefer to see the video of the speech, use this link. —– […]

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This Blog Is Not A Democracy, So Save Your Rants

Friday, October 4th, 2013

Tweet Well, friends, some people got very riled up about one post here…a post that’s over a year old! This happened all of a sudden, and I received some hateful posts they expected to see in print. Several damned me to hell (literally). Those posts, obviously ridiculous rants and all of them lacking any common […]

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Teachers Don’t Show Up – Is That A Good or Bad Thing?

Wednesday, March 13th, 2013

Tweet Usually, when I watch a movie or TV show, I recognize that moment in the tale when things have gone right for the hero.  You know, that instant when good triumphs?  When evil is vanquished?  When someone gets the cat down from the tree and all is right with the world? Of course, this […]

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Happy 2013!

Friday, March 1st, 2013

Tweet Happy New Year, everyone! May this be a stellar year for you and yours. May this year’s homeschooling be filled with triumph, adventure, and the faces of your children lit on a daily basis with inspiration and understanding.   May you witness your children as they May your families grow closer and stronger, and your […]

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New Jersey Schools And Their Real Cost

Tuesday, February 26th, 2013

Tweet I wanted to share a video that was brought to my attention this morning.  It shows how much money is REALLY being spent on New Jersey High Schools, and discusses where it may be going to.  The organization sponsoring the video doesn’t really interest me, as they seem to be involved in public schools […]

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A look at education working without schools!

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013

Tweet Friends, please watch the video found at the link below. I just completed reading James Tooley’s book, The Beautiful Tree.  It’s all about how the poor of India, China and Africa have started thousands of private schools to educate their own, giving up on governments that have miserably failed them and their children.  […]

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My 2013 New Year’s Wishes For You

Monday, December 31st, 2012

Tweet Happy New Year, everyone! May this be a stellar year for you and yours. May the blessing that is homeschooling be discovered and enjoyed by many millions of new families and students.  May this blessing and right be held inviolate and secure by enlightened  governments and representatives. May this year’s homeschooling be illuminated with […]

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A brief comment about the Conn. School Shooting

Monday, December 17th, 2012

Tweet Hi, folks. I’ve thought about writing about this tragedy, but I just could not bring myself to do it. The whole thing is utterly depressing and enraging to me. What you’ll read here is the most and best I can do. I’ve been writing and talking for years about all the reasons people should […]

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Lies About Public Education (Part Five) – Caring Teachers Will Change Things!

Saturday, November 17th, 2012

Tweet Folks, it might surprise you to know that I get a lot of letters from teachers who work in public schools. Given that my view is antithetical to their “profession”, why would they write me? Well, some of the teachers who write are obvious “shills” for the teaching profession, whose intention in writing me […]

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