Archive | July, 2008

What THEY Don’t Want You to Know…

27 July 2008

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…About Abortion. If someone wiped out the entire African-American population in Oakland, Atlanta, and Washington, D.C., the number still wouldn’t equal the number of black babies lost to abortion in one year: 683,294. According to the Allan Guttmacher Institute, African-American women are nearly five times more likely than non-Hispanic white women to have an abortion. […]

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Campaign Quote of the Day

24 July 2008

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“John McCain has dedicated his life to serving, improving and protecting America. Barack Obama spent an afternoon talking about it.” –McCain spokesman Tucker Bounds

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20 Great Reasons You Homeschool

23 July 2008

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Tell Me He Doesn’t Understand!

13 July 2008

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Yesterday Mika began teaching Josh to say yes, complete with the head nod. He was getting it well, except like any good American, reduced it to “yeah”. But did he understand what it meant? Well he’d just gotten into the pantry and was near some Hansen’s Mandarin Lime soda…so I asked him if he wanted […]

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First, Germany….Is American Far Behind?

11 July 2008

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WorldDailyNet had a fascinating article last month about a case in Germany regarding homeschooling. The judge in the case equivocated homeschooling to a driver who has multiple DUIs–not in words, but in his sentencing: 3 months in jail, without parole. But the caveat to me is this, written in a formal government letter to the […]

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Maybe Orwell Was Right…

2 July 2008

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One of the most famous lines in Orwell’s Animal Farm–or at least the one I recall the most–is:“All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.” I think Orwell may have foreseen the current state of thinking between some who oppose homeschooling. Ok, maybe I’m stretching a bit, but follow along. When […]

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Wordless Wednesday

2 July 2008

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