I think I may have stumbled upon the mother of all rabbit holes. Before I share that with you, there are a few things I want to be sure you understand first, so today I’m going to attempt to give a basic explanation of #resets, #mudfloods, and #Tartaria.
I’ve been told that I should stop talking about the schools since my kids are homeschooled and that I should “stay in [my] lane.” Well, guess what? Considering that the school system is socially engineering our future generation, it is 100% still my business, and I will not stop talking about it. As long as I have a voice to speak, I will use it.
A couple weeks ago I asked for some video suggestions. Someone requested one about what my older kids are doing today, so here you go!
I tried very hard not to include my opinions on this one. These are the facts. Draw your own conclusions. 🙂
People often ask me what I’m reading so today I’m sharing my (tentative) book list for 2021. So many books, so little time.
I’m finding more and more similarities between the compulsory schooling system and the novel Brave New World. Today’s video is just some quick thoughts about the caste-like system in Huxley’s novel and what we’re seeing in our classrooms.
I remember a debate that I once had with someone who made the comment that, were in not for my public school experience, I wouldn’t even know how to #homeschool. They were right.
Just not in the way that they think.
When it comes to the reopening schools debate, one of the most popular arguments we’ve been hearing recently is regarding the mental health of the students. As usual, I’m going to share my (likely unpopular) views on the subject because, hey, that’s what I do. 😉
Are you ready for another rabbit hole? Here you go.
Have you heard of the Great Chicago Fire? The Great San Francisco Fire? What if I were to tell you that almost every single major city in the US experienced a citywide “great fire” from around the mid-1800s through the early 1900s – the same period as the most mysterious World’s Fairs.
As Scott Wolter always said in America Unearthed – the history we were all taught growing up is wrong.
I’ve been reading Little House in the Big Woods to my kids as our read-aloud, and, besides being a fun way to learn American history, it’s been eye opening about today’s “woke” worldviews, to say the least.
Here’s what Caroline Ingalls taught me about feminism.