homeschooling

After all, when in doubt, blame an asteroid.  No other disaster will do. When I was a child I once acquired a mainstream “educational” coloring book about dinosaurs.  The last page in the book featured two parrots with the caption, “This is what dinosaurs look

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Pam & Tim Tebow (AP Photo) So let’em tell it! Liberal women’s groups et al are offended at the prospects of a Super Bowl ad featuring Tim Tebow and his mother, Pam.  The reason?  Because it is “likely to convey an anti-abortion message.”  In our

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Nine years ago today, I walked down to the newspaper stand on the Redstone Arsenal military post to fetch a copy of The Huntsville Times that included an article featuring our family.  I still remember the days preceding it when the news reporter and photographer

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Recently I saw an online article about intellectuals disputing the authorship of Shakespeare’s writings.  They said that Shakespeare, “being a provincial lad”, could not have possibly written such excellent dramas regarding law, politics, philosophy, history, etc.  I have never dissected this issue in depth, so I can’t claim to know

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Some one said recently that they think “Homeschools are the monasteries of the new dark ages”. Kevin Swanson mentioned it in his lecture on Multi-generational Homeschooling. Ah, certainly that is a powerful ambition. We are here to guard and treasure the WORD of GOD, to

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I spent this day in planning my goals for the remainder of this year. I have put the pressure on myself to work harder on my other school subjects by forming a new daily schedule (yes, one of those again). I really have nothing to

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