What diversity oaths seek is to maintain political conformity among the faculty indoctrinating our impressionable, intellectually immature young people. Vladimir Lenin said, “Give me four years to teach the children and the seed I have sown will never be uprooted.” That’s the goal of the leftist teaching agenda.
Dr. Walter E. Williams
One of my favorite writers, Dr. Walter E. Williams (who happens to be black), has issued a warning about the dangers of the diversity mindset that has taken over most college campuses. Please read his thoughts before you plunk down thousands of dollars for your college student.
The best academy, a mother’s knee.
James Russell Lowell
If you’ve decided to homeschool your teen for high school, I hope that in addition to all the educational products you plan to use, that you’ve considered getting your teen set up with a checking account and a debit card.
That thought might scare you, but learning to responsibly use a checking account linked to a debit card is an essential part of your teen’s education and something they should be comfortable with before going on to work or college post-graduation.
There are definite hazards in having a debit card, but it’s important that you help your teen navigate that path now instead of waiting for them to naively run up the inevitable overcharges and fees once they’re away from home.
On June 1, the updated and expanded third edition of Life Prep for Homeschooled Teenagers will be available for purchase at most online and brick-and-mortar book sellers and from Cardamom Publishers. It includes six new projects. Two of them, the Checking Account Project and the Debit Card Project, will teach your teen how to keep a checking account balanced while avoiding hundreds of dollars in fees due to debit card usage errors.
More details about the latest edition of Life Prep will be forthcoming. If you have questions, please let me know!
I was lucky; I never saw any signs of anger in our kids when a new little one came on the scene. Of course it helped that two of the kids were still babies when their new sibling arrived. Also, our older kids were 6 and 8 when their sister was born, and they’d been praying for a baby sibling for a few years.
But being the oldest of four myself, I must admit that I wasn’t always thrilled when another sister showed up (I really wanted a baby brother). Maybe that’s why I got a kick out of these photos of children dealing with the reality of a new baby in the family. (Warning: #7 is a shocker.)
A while back, Vice President Mike Pence was criticized by many in the press because he prefers not to dine alone with a woman who is not his wife, and doesn’t attend functions where alcohol is served without his wife.
This wonderful article by Mollie Hemingway fully explains the wisdom of Pence’s stance. I highly recommend it.