Homeschool Under Siege

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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Lies About Public Education (Part Four) – Teachers LOVE their students!

Thursday, November 15th, 2012

Tweet Who would purposefully hurt a child? What sort of an adult would go out of his or her way to harm a child, particularly a child placed in their protective care? No adult in their right mind, right? I mean, well, you know…I believe the children are the future and all that. What sort […]

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Lies About Public Education (Part Three) – You Can Trust Teacher

Wednesday, October 31st, 2012

Tweet (I want to thanks R.P.  for bringing this story to my attention again.) Folks, I choose not to take up politics when it comes to education and our children. I make that choice because I feel that both parties and nearly every politician have failed our families in regards to education. They support and […]

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Lies About Public Education (Part Two) – We’ll Keep Your Kid Safe

Tuesday, October 16th, 2012

Tweet There is another High School, named Kaukauna.  It’s found in Wisconsin, You know, part of the Great Lakes region?  Low minimum wage in Wisconsin. Around 7.5 unemployment rate, lower than the national average, but a lot of people not making a lot of money – that low minimum wage I mentioned?  Cold, snowy winters, […]

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Lies About Public Education (part one) – The Fruits of “Socialization”

Thursday, September 27th, 2012

Tweet Yesterday was “Super Hero Dress-Up Day” at Stillwater Junior High School, in Oklahoma. What is the educative value of “Super Hero Dress-Up Day”, other than to get kids to read more comic books, or more likely shell out more cash to see more movies? Perhaps we’re encouraging a sort of vigilante machismo in our […]

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Chicago Teachers WIN! Everyone Else Loses…

Wednesday, September 19th, 2012

Tweet Folks, unless you are a public school teacher, you are probably in the wrong business. I get that this is an election year, and that the teacher lobby is huge, incredibly well-funded, and that public school teachers vote. But really, looking at how the strike resolved, one can only assume that children, families, even […]

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Interview TONIGHT 5:30 pm Los Angeles time!

Monday, September 17th, 2012

Tweet Hi, everyone! I’m being interviewed on Internet Radio regarding education, tonight, Monday, Sept 17, 5:30-6:00 pm Los Angeles time. It’s for a show hosted by Lillian Cauldwell. I understand some 1/2-1 million listeners hear the interviews she does, and they are posted and available for months after the fact. I hope some of you […]

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Tuesday, September 11th, 2012

Tweet For the second day, 350,000 public school students in Chicago are all dressed up with no place to go.  They are ready for school, but their schools aren’t ready for them.  And why is that?  The teachers are on strike, all 30,000 of them, in the third largest school district in the country. And […]

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Monday, September 10th, 2012

Tweet I know. I’m sorry. There have been a lot of stories over the past two months about teacher abuses of students. I haven’t written about them.  I’ve received more horror stories from some of you, my friends, and I apologize, but I did not write about them.  You see, there are always lots of […]

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