So many people are afraid to consider #homeschooling because they think there’s no way they would ever find the time. Trust me, it’s easier than you think!
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?
Yesterday I got a ton of books for our #homeschool (and also for free reading), so I thought I’d share them with you today. I do feel that it’s important to point out, however, that I am thoroughly convinced that we have been lied to about a great many things in our history. Although I’m hoping that the fact that the mainstream narrative wouldn’t touch these books with a ten-foot pole means that they’re closer to the truth, in this day and age, the only thing we can be sure of is God’s Word.
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.
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’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.
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. 😉
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.