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Homeschooling is Tailor Made for Military Families

Homeschooling is Tailor Made for Military Families
Raising children in a military family has always been a challenge. The long and inconsistent hours of the military, the training exercises that can last from days to weeks at a time, and being forced to move to a new duty station every couple of years puts tremendous stress on the service member, the spouse, and their children. With the nation in at least two wars (or six, depending on how you count... 

What Gives a Person Worth? A Degree?

What Gives a Person Worth? A Degree?
“It only stands to reason that where there’s sacrifice, there’s someone collecting the sacrificial offerings. Where there’s service, there is someone being served. The man who speaks to you of sacrifice is speaking of slaves and masters, and intends to be the master.” – Ayn Rand Last weekend I attended my 5-year Stanford Graduate School of Business reunion. Kicking off the... 

The Civil Rights Issue of Our Time

The Civil Rights Issue of Our Time
Photo: Chris Knight, The Patriot-News Yesterday, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, a rally was held on the steps of the state capitol building to protest proposed budget cuts to public education.  The protesters demanded that Governor Tom Corbett abandon his proposal to reduce funding for K-12 education, as the state deals with the same fiscal shortfalls that are plaguing states across the nation.  And... 

Are Homeschool Parents “Selfish”?

Are Homeschool Parents “Selfish”?
My homeschool advocacy work has resulted in scores of conversations thus far this year with people who were previously ignorant of the many benefits of homeschooling. Their stated concerns about homeschooling have been largely consistent, a string of debunked or irrelevant notions fueled by the propaganda of partisan politicians, teachers unions, the media, and power hungry statists who think that... 
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