Tag Archive: politics

Was Anne Frank a Homeschooler?

I love books. I’m always reading something. I go back and forth between fiction and nonfiction. However, my love of books can get expensive! So recently I decided to re-read books that I already have on my shelves. Many I haven’t read for (literally) decades. One of the books I decided to re-read was Anne…




How You Can Help Protect Parental Rights

With the 4th of July on our minds, and all it represents, I thought it would be a good time to post about the critical Parental Rights Amendment.  I’ve written about the amendment before, but until it passes the PRA has to be re-introduced to Congress every year.  So this information bears repeating. The information…




How To: Teach Social Science, Part 1 (Geography)

There are a number of disciplines that fall under the heading of “social sciences” but I am going to focus on the ones that would most commonly be taught in a home-school curriuculum: history, geography, economics and political science.  Some may wonder why I would choose to use the term “social sciences” rather than just…




It’s Funny How…

It’s funny how… Generations ago large families were the norm in spite of the fact that we are told that modesty and abstinence until marriage cause people to have hang-ups about sex. Politicians say that to get out of economic problems the government needs to spend more money while at the same time they tell us that as…