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Monthly Archives: January 2020

Teacher Licensing – Is It Bad For Your Children?

One of the things that scare me the most about the Presidential election is that almost half the country (Democrats) have been brainwashed into falling for the radical-left socialist or communist propaganda of Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren. Yet, this is to be expected, considering the fact that so many voters today went to government-run public schools and to colleges ...

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Pistol Packing Florida Girls

“Mayor, we’ve got a big problem on our hands,” said Police Chief Bud Anderson to Mike Branden, mayor of Palm City, Florida, a small city of 100,000 old-fashioned Americans, sitting in the middle of the Florida panhandle. It was a beautiful spring day in April. Bud Anderson was a handsome man, in his thirties, dark brown hair, blue eyes, a ...

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Work Ethic Starts With Mom

Stay-at-home-moms (SAHMs) teach their kids a work ethic from a tender age. The moms don’t have to be engaged in paid work on a daily basis – in fact, staying at home with the kids is more conducive to this goal. Cooking meals, cleaning the bathrooms, washing and folding laundry, making beds, sweeping the front porch, and raking leaves are ...

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Abortion Is Not Basic Healthcare

While at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland on January 22, Planned Parenthood acting president Alexis McGill Johnson spoke with CBS News about the state of abortion access in the United States. The number of abortion clinics in the US has decreased in recent years, and she is concerned about the rise of “abortion deserts.” Increasing restrictions have resulted in ...

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Parents! New Disney Cartoon Supports Witchcraft and the Occult!

A new “children’s” show that has recently premiered on the Disney channel promotes witchcraft and the occult. In the program, entitled “The Owl House,” the lead character, a misfit teen, who according to the producers, “finds herself stuck in the Demon Realm and battles the forces of evil alongside a rebellious witch and a pint-sized warrior.” In this so-called fantasy ...

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What Your Kids Need to Know About Online Predators

Like it or not, I am sure your kid spends a lot of time online. The internet can be a scary place, fraught with some very real dangers, and the real bad guys – sexual predators – know exactly how to deceive and manipulate you children. You will never be able to keep your kids entirely off of the internet, ...

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Top 10 Tips to Help Your Kid With Homework

Many parents and even some educators agree, that kids are getting way too much homework. While debate still rages on just how much is too much, it does not seem that the volumes of homework kids have to contend with every day, will be shrinking anytime soon. With so much homework to deal with, and it being such a burden ...

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Childcare Should Be Expensive

Childcare should be expensive because taking care of children is an important job. Keeping pace with children’s continually changing needs and life stages is hard, and those who put in the hours to nurture and guide our youngest people deserve every dollar they earn. Working parents don’t want cheap childcare and overcrowded, understaffed daycare centers, because they want only the ...

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The Fatal Mistake Of Minority (and White) Parents

In a recent online article in the Christian Science Monitor, “Racially Diverse ‘New Majority’ Set To Reshape U.S. Public Schools,” we see once again the fatal mistake made by minority parents. The article points out that for the first time in U.S. history, non-white children will be the majority in our public schools. The frustrated parents of these children want ...

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How Parents Fighting Really Affects Children

Even in the most successful and happiest of marriages couples fight. In fact, most experts agree that a few occasional disagreements usually aren’t a big deal, and in fact can often lead to a clearing of the air, and lead to improvements in the relationship. However, couples fighting continuously, and especially how they fight, can have a serious impact on ...

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