2016 Election – Encouragement – My Thoughts Part 2

The 2016 U.S. presidential election is unique in this unfortunate way: the two major party candidates are the most unpopular candidates in (at least modern) American history. Their unpopularity is for good cause in both cases. Yet many people are likely to vote for one or the other, thereby imposing … Continue reading

Parents against education

Thanks to Edi for pointing me to Parade Magazine’s June 1st Intelligence Report. It contains a few paragraphs about homeschooling, including an attention getting quote from Richard Kahlenberg, author and Senior Fellow at the Century Foundation. He says the recent California court decision requiring teaching credentials for homeschooling parents “pits … Continue reading