By Hannah Frankman Over the years, I’ve heard so many parents dismiss the possibility of homeschooling their children because they don’t feel “qualified.” “I’m not a teacher.” “I’m not good at math.” “I wasn’t good at X in school, so I could never teach my child that subject.” All these assumptions stem from a fallacy about what education is, and what makes an … [Read more...] about No, You Don’t Need to be “Qualified” to Homeschool Your Children
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By Matt Agorist Peter R. Quiñones is managing editor of the Libertarian Institute and hosts the Free Man Beyond the Wall podcast. He released his first book, Freedom Through Memedom – The 31-day Guide to Waking Up to Liberty in November 2017. It reached #4 in the Libertarian Section on Amazon. He has spoken at Liberty Forum in Manchester, New Hampshire and is one of the … [Read more...] about Podcast—Peter Quiñones—Examining Localism, Defensive Democracy and The Bottom Up Revolution
By Matt Walkouts, sickouts, and strikes are becoming frequent tactics deployed by the unvaccinated to fight against mandates which are coming from seemingly every direction. Small victories have resulted from these actions but the pressure to get injected is still mounting. If this pressure boils over, where will people go? Ideally, into the counter economy. This chapter … [Read more...] about Can A Counter Economy Defeat The Biosecurity State?
By Kerry McDonald Many parents pulled their children out of school last year for homeschooling and other private options, as schools remained shuttered due to the coronavirus response. Nationwide, homeschooling numbers tripled last year from their pre-pandemic levels, driven largely by black families who left district schools for homeschooling at the highest rate of any … [Read more...] about Cities Lead the Way in (Another) Massive Fall Exodus from US Public Schools
By Aden Tate The struggle on American soil to access necessities is challenging and will only continue to worsen. I believe there is a workaround to this, though: creating an American Free Market Network (AFMN). An AFMN is a concept for creating a more accessible and resilient community while still enabling you to purchase what you need to purchase. When the world at large … [Read more...] about The 6 Components of Creating an American Free Market Network