I’m tired of fathers getting a bum rap. This needs to be said.
As someone who is very vocal about questioning the narrative, I’ve had many people ask for advice on how to teach our children to do the same. Here’s one example of what we’re doing right now.
“Quality over quantity” is something that often gets applied to #parenting, and it’s really something I take issue with. The amount of time children spend with their parents really DOES matter. That’s something #homeschooling can provide – quality PLUS quantity.
Today’s video is for Christian parents who may be contemplating where to send their children to school. I’m just going to give you some food for thought.
How did we get here? I’m not asking how we got here on the earth. I’m asking how did we, as a society, get to where we are right now? Today I’m sharing a thought I had while on the phone with a friend and how the computer terms RAM and ROM really do fit people, as well.
Today I made public a Patreon video from last November. It’s the next episode in my Brave New World series. In the eyes of both the characters of Huxley’s work and the “woke” elite of today, morality is for dummies.
I’ve been a vocal #homeschooling advocate for many years now, yet I’ve never seen a more urgent time to sound the alarm than now. The agenda of government schools is insane, and you can be sure they will make sure it is implemented no matter how much push back they get from parents. It’s time to rescue your kids. Pull them out and #homeschool.
(This video was recorded 6 months ago for my MVP and VIP Patreon patrons.)
Did you have children for them to be raised in a factory? I hate to be a bearer of bad tidings, but if your children are in the government education system, that is exactly what’s happening.
Now what are you going to do about it?
You thought Brave New World was fiction? You were wrong.
(Originally recorded in August for Patreon)
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.