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Why Melania Trump is a Role Model for Young Girls

Having a good role model to look up to is important for young children, whether it’s a parent, grandparent, aunt, uncle or a family friend.  It helps children create their own identity, learn about things they may not have been exposed to in their normal daily routines – and allows for different styles of communication or expressions. Even though it ...

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Democrats Invade India’s School System

Am I alone in wishing there was a “safe space” from Democrats? Happiness has always been something that comes from within, a deep feeling of security, confidence, and satisfaction.  As humans, we have emotions ranging from depression, anger, loneliness, wonderment to exuding happiness.   These emotions are quite personal and aren’t something that can be pre-planned and added into a school ...

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How To Discuss Saul Alinsky With Your Children

When it comes to preparing your children for the world, there’s nothing better than to share the essential truths of the world. One said truth is about Saul Alinsky and some of his closest followers: the Clintons and Obamas. Most Americans have never heard of Saul Alinsky. Yet his shadow darkens our country as famous democrats Hillary Clinton and Barack ...

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Oh Mickey, You’re Not So Fine

Conservative parents across America are outraged at Disney’s decision to release a full line of merchandise dedicated solely to supporting the LGBTQ community. Imagine our innocent little kids seeing colorful rainbow Mickey ears screaming “Mommy, I want that!”  How do you explain if they wear the rainbow colors it represents a community and way of life that doesn’t quite cross-pollinate ...

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Cell Phones And Children: A Dangerous Mix?

Children today, as young as 6 or 7 years old, have their own cell phones. As awesome as it is to have your child connected to you and the world, is this really a good thing? Parents are facing difficult decisions when it comes to choosing the proper age to give their children a cell phone and how much “access” ...

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Teen Girls Are Showing Much More Than Their Pearly Whites

If you ask the Liberals, they will say teen girls being scantily dressed in school is appropriate. Even when wearing skin tight yoga pants and too-short shorts to public school, libs claim parents or teachers who object to girls who want to show what their momma gave them, were “shamed” when asked to wear clothing styles according to their school ...

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Bulletproof Children At School

When cell-phone videos surfaced from the Parkland shooting where students were crouched on a classroom floor with the sound of gunshots echoing in the background, it motivated parents to find ways to better protect their kids when they send them off to school. There are practical, long-term answers of course, including voting for lawmakers who back sensible gun restrictions, which ...

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Stop These Bleeping Kids From Cursing!

When I was growing up, I wasn’t allowed to swear.  It was very taboo and frowned down upon for a young child to spew out a curse word. I recall a time in elementary school where my best friend and I were playing outside during recess, and both said a curse word because we thought it would be cool.  We ...

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Stop The Desensitization Of American Children

It used to be easier for parents and adults to shelter children from the madness of society, extreme violence, and delusional people. Protecting innocent children and teens from the horror of the real world seemed to be a priority, but things have changed quite a bit over the years.  Thanks to TV, social media, and the liberal “anything goes” way ...

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Is Common Core A Common Problem?

The change from solving equations to analyzing functions at length has been challenging for students and parents alike, and since 2009 when Common Core was introduced in American public schools, it’s been a politically charged issue by parents. Currently, 42 states plus the District of Columbia use the standards, with adoption motivated in part by financial incentives provided by the ...

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