By Linnea Johnson You made it through the school year “homeschooling” your children; and either you’re saying “never again”, or you are now considering homeschooling this next school year. There are differences between coping with an unplanned and potentially chaotic quarantine school at home and planning for a homeschool experience in the fall. If you’ve questioned your … [Read more...] about Where Do I Start with Homeschooling?
By Anthony Gill I am not one who cries easily. My wife had to inform me that the ending to Old Yeller was not a comedy. Nonetheless, when word came down via social media that the Duvall Tavern was reopening after a three-month hiatus, tears welled up in my eyes, immediately and involuntarily. The Duvall Tavern is a pub and restaurant in a small town just northeast of … [Read more...] about The Importance of Social Capital — The Internet Is No Substitute for Real Life
By Linnea Johnson Am I qualified to homeschool? Boy, is that a question fraught with controversy! Every homeschooler has asked that question in the beginning. Not only that, but your friends and family members may ask the same question. You may have had a less than perfect experience homeschooling during the recent pandemic. That interruption in our routines came with … [Read more...] about Are You Really Qualified to Homeschool Your Child?
By Simon Black, Sovereign Man If 2020 has taught us anything so far, it’s that anything is possible… even things that we previously believed to be unthinkable. Angry Twitter mobs can take over the country. Private property rights can be suspended. The entire economy can be shut down. And it can all happen in an instant. One day everything is normal. The next, … [Read more...] about Governments are Offering Covid Discounts … on Citizenship
By Peter C. Earle A few years back I took my kids to an amusement park on Coney Island. Under the early afternoon July sun, already sticky with sweat, I turned upon hearing a shouting match near the ticket booths. After a brief but coarse exchange — I’m glad my kids were on the ride and didn’t hear some of the choicer expletives — two security guards walked over and stood … [Read more...] about Don’t Defund Police, Make them Part of the Market