Question Everything: Part 1

Lately I’ve been posting a lot about the importance of questioning everything, and I mean EVERYTHING. The fact is, there are even topics that make those who are awake uncomfortable.

That’s what this video is about. We’ve got to overcome the idea that some things are taboo to question. Some of the things I talk about in this video will likely make people uncomfortable, but that’s the point. You will never prevail over your conditioning if you never face it.

From the Bookshelves of a Truther Homeschool Mom

All right! You asked, I answered. Today on my YouTube channel, I shared my 30 favorite books in my home library. A word of warning: if you’re looking for the typical homeschool mom book selections, you won’t find many of those here.

Harvard Elites Have Declated War on Homeschooling

These globalist, totalitarian Harvard professors are really starting to get on my nerves.

Today’s video features an article about “homeschool expert” (who’s not actually a homeschool expert) James Dwyer, a man who believes that the only reason the parent/child relationship exists is because the state ALLOWS them to have one. Yup. I’m not even joking.

So, of course, his main goal now that most schools are closed is to demonize homeschooling. After all, you can’t ever give children the opportunity to learn anything that doesn’t fit the narrative of the elite.

These people must be stopped.

Government Schooling Is Far More Dangerous Than You Think

People today are becoming more and more aware of the inherent dangers of government schooling. They often cite bullying, school shootings or other violence, predatory teachers, predatory classmates, etc., but the most dangerous aspect of it is too often overlooked.

Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars | Connecting the Dots

I finally got around to posting another video today. Last week was a bit crazy for me.

This video is a bit different than my usual posts, although it contains a common thread with my typical topics – education and the fact that we, as a people, are being manipulated.

Last week, I shared a couple IG posts from the book Behold a Pale Horse, particularly from the first chapter, “Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars.” One of my main goals is to get people to start looking into subjects they wouldn’t normally explore on their own – those “conspiracy theories” that often contain more truth than the accepted narrative.

With that in mind, today I shared a glimpse into “Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars,” including some passages I had highlighted while reading through it and some additional thoughts of my own.

Schools Are Asking 5th Graders WHAT??

The other day, one of my subscribers messaged me and expressed her concern over a survey her daughter had to complete at school last week. She included a link to an article about it. I was horrified.
It seems that lately schools have been working at a fever pitch to not only indoctrinate children, but to sexualize them.

Parents, if your kids are in school, you have to be vigilant. Better yet, if at all possible, save them and get them out of school NOW. Do you honestly think they’ll get any better? Experience tells us they’ll only get worse.

Public School or Government School? Which Is More Accurate?

Ever since the State of the Union Address, there has been a raging debate going on over whether taxpayer-funded schools are public schools or government schools.

I actually was surprised at the reaction of people to President Trump’s reference to them as “government schools.” (Some people are downright offended by it.) I’ve heard of them referred to as government schools for years, and I thought it was simply synonymous with “public schools.”

Aren’t they the same thing? Does it matter what they’re called? After pondering it for awhile, I’ve realized the answer to that is: It’s complicated.

In today’s video, after much thought on the matter, I delve into which term is actually more accurate.

John Taylor Gatto’s Stark Warning Against Common Core

As I was reading the essays in the back of The Underground History of American Education yesterday, I realized that not only was John Gatto awake to the history of compulsory schooling, he was awake to a lot of things.

Take Common Core for example. Mr. Gatto’s criticism of it goes far beyond the faulty academics of it and gets to the root of the problem – its purpose.