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Friday, May 11, 2018

Just homeschool already

Five more reasons to homeschool.
On April 23rd of this year, parents across America staged a "walkout" (taking their kids out of schools) to protest the sexually explicit and perverse instructions by Planned Parenthood that are being taught in their schools. PJ Media has previously reported exactly how the Planned Parenthood curriculum uses pornography to teach sexual deviancy.

Is this the kind of education you want for your kids in elementary school, middle school, or high school? If not, then maybe you should consider having a protest at your school. It might help. Or it might not. My hunch is that the educrats in charge of your public schools by and large will not care. The educrats in charge might remove a thing or two today, but they will bide their time  and eventually sneak in more destruction later -- when parents are not looking.

(This article is not a cut against the many dedicated and courageous teachers who slug it out day after day in the public schools. They are missionaries, trying to be lights in a very tough environment. I am simply asking if parents should continue to keep their kids in environments that are increasingly harmful to their moral, physical, and academic wellbeing.)

Instead of just walking out of your traditional neighborhood public school for a day, why not pull out your kids permanently? Parents should consider the following list of disturbing trends and reconsider their child's education in the public schools.
Then again, if at this point you still haven't figured it out, perhaps you might as well leave the little cretins in the lobotomy factory. They're obviously not going to be rocket scientists... or literate, for that matter.

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Blogger Ominous Cowherd May 11, 2018 3:07 PM  

Far too many parents value the public schools for the free babysitting and the high school football. Properly raising their kids, or even teaching them to read, simply isn't a consideration.

Blogger Orthodox May 11, 2018 3:09 PM  

Homeschooling is a great example of Taleb's "via negativa" advice. Remove your children from a toxic environment is the single best thing you can do.

Blogger Starboard May 11, 2018 3:13 PM  

"3. Climate change propaganda."
When our youngest was in second grade, the teacher ended the year with a huge unit on the rain forest. They even built a complicated construction paper rain forest down the side hallway to her room. It was a sight to see. I thought they were having fun with the flora, fauna, and weather of the ecosystem, but instead our son came home terrified that we would literally die soon because the rain forest was being cut down. Walking through the display to get into class reminded and reinforced that fear until school was out. He was so mad at the teacher when we corrected the misunderstanding and he continues to be disgusted. She inadvertently created a climate realist.

Blogger Matt Robison May 11, 2018 3:13 PM  

The Left, by and large, have only 1.1 children, so they need Christians to be their breeders. Public school is their way to catechize them, the only way they can perpetuate their ideologies.

Take your kids out of government schools, people. Stop being voluntary breeders to reprobates.

Anonymous Anonymous May 11, 2018 3:20 PM  

What to do if you're married to someone who refuses to even consider the possibility?

Blogger Kat May 11, 2018 3:24 PM  

Ominous Cowherd wrote:Far too many parents value the public schools for the free babysitting and the high school football. Properly raising their kids, or even teaching them to read, simply isn't a consideration.

Even dorky homeschoolers now have football teams and can get sports scholarships. Seriously, homeschoolers in my area have band, dance, sports of all types, theater, social clubs, student government, etc. Yeah, you might have to drive a little, but you'd have to do that anyway.

Blogger Kat May 11, 2018 3:26 PM  

littl3x wrote:What to do if you're married to someone who refuses to even consider the possibility?

I'd think some of that depends on whether you're the husband or the wife in that situation.

Blogger Unknown May 11, 2018 3:26 PM  

Don't schools give children the option of taking an extra class to learn this stuff, they need parents to sign a permission slip to allow them to take the class, i know it might be different in other schools but i dont see how it's a problem.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother May 11, 2018 3:26 PM  

We just finished our first Classical Conversations practicum. I was stoked during the Latin segment. Afterwards, I checked out all the books they had for sale, and I found they use the same Latin books I used as a child. I ran through the aisles of books like a kid through a candy store. Principles of Logic! First year Latin! History, Geography and Composer flash cards! The best book I saw there was "Discovering Atmos: A Grammatical Introduction to Atomic Processes in Chemistry".

I can't wait.

Blogger James Dixon May 11, 2018 3:28 PM  

> I'd think some of that depends on whether you're the husband or the wife in that situation.

Yes, I'd say it does.

Seriously, education is too important to be left in the hands of the government.

Blogger Zaklog the Great May 11, 2018 3:29 PM  

Unfortunately, if you have two working parents (which, for many people, is a practical necessity these days), homeschooling is a serious challenge. Of course, if the government wasn't confiscating so much of our money to funnel it into these indoctrination centers, we might have an easier time working less.

It's fantastic how all these parts work together to keep us enslaved, huh?

Anonymous Anonymous May 11, 2018 3:31 PM  

Taking your kids out one day won't work:

A lesbian teacher ‘married’ to another woman revealed at a pro-gay teachers’ conference earlier this month how she teaches grade 4-5 students to accept homosexuality through what she called “social justice” math...

Gunn mocked the parents for failing to realize just how extensive are pro-LGBTQ issues in the classroom and curriculum.

“And it’s not one day a year,” she said. “If you don’t want to send your kid to school on the Day of Pink, that’s OK. But they’re going to get it all the days before. They would have got it in September, and they’re going to get it after. So, one day? We’re not about one day.”


https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/lesbian-i-use-math-class-to-teach-young-kids-about-homosexuality-so-i-can-h

Stop being voluntary breeders to reprobates

Lots of gays have followed David French's example & adopted niglet boys so they don't have to worry about running into a father. https://gab.ai/BGKB/posts/25463738

if the government wasn't confiscating so much of our money to funnel it into these indoctrination centers

Latrina's 21 crackbabies enrich the economy with govt spending

Blogger WillBest May 11, 2018 3:39 PM  

On this topic, what do people suggest for US & World History for 7-10 year olds?

Blogger PragmaticTroll May 11, 2018 3:41 PM  

No excuse for 2 parents working. It is not a necessity and never was.

Blogger Azure Amaranthine May 11, 2018 3:43 PM  

"It's fantastic how all these parts work together to keep us enslaved, huh?"

You don't know the half of it. For every system pointed out, there are three to five other ones happily/fraudulently cronying along.

Invisible chains as far as the eye can't see.

Blogger James Dixon May 11, 2018 3:44 PM  

> No excuse for 2 parents working. It is not a necessity and never was.

It's always been a necessity for low income families. It's middle class families doing it that's new.

Blogger artensoll May 11, 2018 3:49 PM  

Home Educators are coming under increasing attack in the UK. They want to put us on a register (like sex offenders), have access to our homes and interview our children without our presence. Even the police can't do that.

My theory is the pressure is increasing now because of Brexit. It was assumed the EU would outlaw home ed to bring us into line with Germany where it is illegal and has been since Hitler.

Home Ed has increased in my country by 40% in the last year and they are starting to panic.

Blogger ReluctantMessiah May 11, 2018 3:59 PM  

A triggering for the ages would be if Trump got rid of Dept. of Ed. Imagine all the teachers unions collective screech

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother May 11, 2018 4:01 PM  

Just decertifying public sector unions alone would do it.

Blogger RobertT May 11, 2018 4:02 PM  

Public school is beyond fixing.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd May 11, 2018 4:05 PM  

Kat wrote:Even dorky homeschoolers now have football teams and can get sports scholarships. Seriously, homeschoolers in my area have band, dance, sports of all types, theater, social clubs, student government, etc. Yeah, you might have to drive a little, but you'd have to do that anyway.

Yes, we do that too. Home schooling eliminates the free babysitting, though, and for the ``parents'' I was talking about, that is an absolute show stopper.

Those ``parents'' value the too-big-to-afford house, the toys, the ``good schools'' that the second paycheck buys, and they don't value their children nearly enough to cut back on lifestyle.

Anonymous Anonymous May 11, 2018 4:10 PM  

How many years has VD been saying this?? 14 or 15?? Maybe longer - that's just what I am aware of (from his days at WND). Dobson told Christian parents to remove kids from public edumacayshun in the mid-1990s (20+ years ago). Goverment schul gulags are nothing more than indoctrination centers run by the farm club for Team Pedo. Best part is that the bastards tax your ass for it all. You don't get a vote - regardless of who you vote for. The whole system is run from Sodom-on-Potomac. Homeschool or die.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother May 11, 2018 4:12 PM  

People were screaming it from the rooftops in the 70's, but those guys were weirdos, who listens to them! My kids' school is good, I'm not worried about it!

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother May 11, 2018 4:12 PM  

Look up how long SIECUS, and those exposing it, have been around. Then cry.

Anonymous Anonymous May 11, 2018 4:24 PM  

Home Educators are coming under increasing attack in the UK. They want to put us on a register (like sex offenders), have access to our homes and interview our children without our presence. Even the police can't do that.

Why the hell should anyone be surprised in the least by this? They'll soon send in the police just take your kids to hand over to the pedo-gangs directly since they got away with everything - including murder - in Rotherham and other locales. Why not? It's not as if there's anything at all standing in the way. The UK is a totalitarian police state. The regime is totally illegitimate and lawless. Baalam's dindu-donkey from Nigeria spoke the truth after beheading some hapless British cuck disarmed by his own government after his dutiful tour of guarding the poppyfields of Pashtoonistan for Big Pharma:

Remove your governments. They are not for you.

Damned right. Hint: You are going to be allowed to vote your way out of this.

Blogger pyrrhus May 11, 2018 4:28 PM  

Many parents are starting to get this, and agree when I point out that it's the only solution, but hold back because of social disapproval...If you don't want that, or to be taxed for indoctrination by pedos, move to an unincorporated area (at least in the US).

Blogger pyrrhus May 11, 2018 4:31 PM  

"Public school is beyond fixing."
It was never intended to be fixed. It was intended to create mindless drones who could do factory work.Henry Ford and Woodrow Wilson both agreed with that....

Blogger Wayne Earl May 11, 2018 4:38 PM  

Two incomes IS NOT a necessity, IF your children are valued more then material things.

People place their treasure where there hearts are.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother May 11, 2018 4:43 PM  

Mr. T is stone cold.

https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6400806987155808256

Anonymous Anonymous May 11, 2018 5:04 PM  

A few observations from 4 decades of teaching in public and private schools.

Too many mothers are afraid to home-school because they think they can not teach higher level math. Bull. You can get help for high school stuff, but if you have taught the kid the basics then Khan Academy or other on-line resources will do just nicely. (many free)

Too many mothers think they don't have the time. Bull. We waste so much time in factory schools doing ridiculous stuff that you can teach your kid in much less time. Let the kid go wild with a subject they get interested in. If they spend months on a given science thing -- great.

There are many home-schooler groups out there. They have a lot of tricks, methods, and knowledge to share. You are not by yourself. We have the internet!

All home-schooled kids I have ever taught because mom just could not keep up in math as they got to high school age turned out to be well prepared. They always were so damn independent and great problem solvers. This can not just be coincidence.

Just do it!

Blogger OGRE May 11, 2018 5:05 PM  

@28 Wayne Earl

It depends on how you define necessity. Indoor plumbing? Heating and cooling? Refrigeration? A two bedroom apartment with all these luxuries is beyond what many single incomes can provide; we're talking 1/2 to 3/4 of the after tax income going just to rent on a rundown shack thats barely considered habitable. And if you don't provide that baseline level of amenities the government will come and take your children away anyways.

I'll agree that many things that are considered necessities these days are in fact luxuries, and that with a single parent staying home managing the household and educating the children it can be done on a modest single income. But theres a lot of places in the US where its simply not an option for anyone in the lower-middle class and below.

Its a system thats not designed to be beaten.

Blogger ReluctantMessiah May 11, 2018 5:29 PM  

@27 Yup it is working exactly as intended. Look at how brainwashed the masses are believing everything fake news gives them

Blogger Anchorman May 11, 2018 5:34 PM  

If you can't home school, you can cyber school. Almost as good.

Blogger Rabbi B May 11, 2018 5:38 PM  

(This article is not a cut against the many dedicated and courageous teachers who slug it out day after day in the public schools. They are missionaries, trying to be lights in a very tough environment. I am simply asking if parents should continue to keep their kids in environments that are increasingly harmful to their moral, physical, and academic wellbeing.)

Oh, cut me break for God's sake. "I am simply asking ..." cripes...no you're really not, it's called prevaricating.

If you have your kids in these God-forsaken shitholes that pass for schools, just admit that you hate your kids and spare me the "missionary" BS.

These teachers aren't missionaries and the schools are not the mission field. Neither are children missionaries who are going to be a light to some poor lost soul in public school. Kids go to school to learn, not to be lights; and learn they will. Passing them through the fires of Molech would be more compassionate.

Is it not already hard enough to raise children in the way they should go and instill our values into them without having to contend with the competing values of the public schools vying for their undivided attention?

I have zero sympathy for any parent who is obtuse or naïve enough to subject their children to this abuse day in and day out. What do freaking expect? What part of public, in public education do you not understand? We reap what we sow. If you're shortsighted, stupid and cruel enough to plant your kids in public school, we don't want to hear your bitchin' and whinin' and protestin' about 'muh schools' or about the results and all the pressures to which you have willingly and knowingly subjected them. For the love of God, you're the PARENT.

Stop abdicating your parental responsibility to educate your own child or quit yer damn bitchin'.

Blogger Michael Maier May 11, 2018 5:42 PM  

I had a psycho broad tell me today that bullying is good for kids. Because it builds character and strength and there is enough observation to prevent it from ever getting physical.

Previous Occupation? Public school teacher.

Black. Female. Bisexual, currently has a "wife". Bleached blonde scare wig hair, painted pink yesterday - blue today.

You cannot make this shit up.

Blogger Michael Maier May 11, 2018 5:43 PM  

And on her third "marriage" and fourth or fifth career. Considers herself "brilliant" at teaching and her current accounting job.

Yeah... I bet.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother May 11, 2018 5:44 PM  

You have to placate the teachers' wounded consciences first. Then you can continue with these articles.

"Not all FBI agents"

"Not all cops"

Blogger BriarRabbit May 11, 2018 5:56 PM  

Research "The Well Trained Mind". Solid. Uses the trivium. Centuries tried and true.

https://welltrainedmind.com/

Blogger Drew May 11, 2018 6:21 PM  

Republicans could clean house if they had the guts to put pictures of young children being exposed to tranny drag queens and add the caption "This is the future that Democracts want for your children."
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Dc8vYrmWsAAqtFD.jpg

Blogger Don't Call Me Len May 11, 2018 6:21 PM  

"I's a mama grizzly when it comes to mah keeds, so look out! Unless you're from the government, then I do whatever you say." Moms reading from the True Conservative playbook

And of course, like Stg58 says, it's never the teachers' fault if the kids leave school functionally illiterate and stupefyingly uncurious; the kids obviously have bad parents, the admin is obstructive, and most vitally, we need to give them ALL of the money.

No testing to see if all that cash is actually working though, because that traumatizes the little urchins.

Blogger Michael Maier May 11, 2018 6:22 PM  

Trump firing the entire DEPT OF EDUMACATIONS would be freakin' awesome.

Too awesome, that's why it will never happen.

Blogger RA May 11, 2018 7:05 PM  

@39 that puzzles me, why doesn't this tripe ever get pictures and what not, why doesn't somebody leak the entire curriculum? Are teachers forced to sign NDA's over it? Where is James O'Keefe's equivalent?

Been a long time since I attended public schools in an all white city that was once a Republican stronghold. I notice the area has been represented for at least 20 years now by a Democrat shill. Now I can't even ... I can't even comprehend what goes on inside. I'll never look at my local schools the same way again.

Blogger RA May 11, 2018 7:09 PM  

@39 Drew, there's something wrong with your link, can you update?

Blogger Cecil Henry May 11, 2018 7:49 PM  

The education minister pushing sex education in Ontario was a convicted sex offender.

The premier (a lesbian divorcee) gladly chose him.

And Ontario voters in large numbers at least, did not give the slightest damn.


Anonymous Anonymous May 11, 2018 8:15 PM  

Might I suggest that instead of that shiny new sanctuary, local churches should, for their families, create an inexpensive alternative to public school? Tuition could be adjusted based on income and willingness to volunteer time.

The Church must not be AWOL, this is war. Deus Vult.

--ZhukovG

Blogger Ominous Cowherd May 11, 2018 8:28 PM  

OGRE wrote:I'll agree that many things that are considered necessities these days are in fact luxuries, and that with a single parent staying home managing the household and educating the children it can be done on a modest single income. But theres a lot of places in the US where its simply not an option for anyone in the lower-middle class and below.

Then the lower-middle class and below has no business living in those places.

OGRE wrote:we're talking 1/2 to 3/4 of the after tax income going just to rent on a rundown shack thats barely considered habitable. And if you don't provide that baseline level of amenities the government will come and take your children away anyways.

There are civilized places in the US where electricity and running water are optional, and the bureaucrats stay away. Move there.

markstoval wrote:Too many mothers are afraid to home-school because they think they can not teach higher level math. Bull.
...
Too many mothers think they don't have the time. Bull.


All true. Even if you aren't smarter than your child, you still know more, and you can tell your kid what you know. If you can read, you can learn and you can teach your children.

I was home schooled, and so were my children. It works better than public school. Even the dimmest of bulbs will succeed at home, because at home the parents can define success to be what the child can succeed at.

Blogger OGRE May 11, 2018 9:31 PM  

@46 Ominous Cowherd

I suppose they could just get better jobs. That'd fix everything right?

Blogger Ominous Cowherd May 11, 2018 9:50 PM  

OGRE wrote:@46 Ominous Cowherd

I suppose they could just get better jobs. That'd fix everything right?


Don't be stupid. If you can't afford to live there, MOVE!

There are places where po' folks can live cheap, and places where no one will hassle you for living without plumbing and electricity if you want to save money, and acreage is affordable, and no one will hassle you if you build your house out of stuff you scavenge from the dumpster. I live in a place like that. So could they.

Blogger David The Good May 11, 2018 10:06 PM  

"Don't be stupid. If you can't afford to live there, MOVE!"

Ominous Cowherd, you are on the money. I was homeschooled and my children are as well. We moved out to the country and did fine on one income.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd May 11, 2018 10:15 PM  

Ordinary folks aren't going to be able to live in the Hillary Archipelago on one income. Ordinary folks shouldn't live in the Hillary Archipelago in the first place. The HA is for loony leftists and their Diverse pets. Move out, because some day the rural areas are going to close the highways, cut the power and water and let the cities burn.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd May 11, 2018 10:18 PM  

David The Good wrote:I was homeschooled and my children are as well. We moved out to the country and did fine on one income.

Places like that are usually Whitopias, as well as affordable.

Blogger David The Good May 11, 2018 10:32 PM  

$75000 for a block house on an acre, with a barn. Demographics older, all white. A small black settlement nearby made up of farmers. Nice people as well. Big trick is to never end up in heavy debt when you're young, then you're not lugging chains around while raising children.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd May 11, 2018 10:49 PM  

David, that would be a cheap house here, if it were built nice enough to get a loan on in. Not everything up here qualifies for a mortgage.

Here in Interior Alaska, land runs around $2,000 to $4,000 per acre, though it can go much lower if you're buying a big parcel.

You can park a travel trailer on it and live there while you build out of pocket, or you can build a little cabin or garage to live in, or what do ever you like.

Put in an outhouse until you are ready to put in a septic system, haul water until you are ready to put in a well, heat with wood until you decide you want an oil stove, get electricity when you are ready, if you are close enough to the power lines.

You can live here as cheaply as you want, if you are young and strong and healthy. I'm none of those, and I'm still living here pretty cheaply. It just takes a little capital to be comfortable here.

Blogger OGRE May 11, 2018 11:06 PM  

I'm talking about people living in those places already. I'm not talking about Manhattan, I'm talking about Appalachia, where people hunt and grow their own food because they fucking have to. They can't move anywhere cheaper because there is nowhere cheaper. It doesn't get any more rural and white than this, and these folks still struggle to feed their kids and keep the heat on while working two to three jobs. But hey if they just work a little harder and sacrifice a little more then everything will work out...the economy thats designed to crush them--thats been crushing them for generations--well it will just let up then once they make a few adjustments. Its so easy to do everything just right, if those folks weren't all so lazy and stupid they'd have it all worked out too.

Blogger Anne May 11, 2018 11:59 PM  

Pray.
A friend of mine was in that situation, so she submitted to her husband and they went to public school until he saw for himself the problems. Then he pulled them out.

Blogger RC May 12, 2018 12:17 AM  

After all these many years my wife and I are on the tail end of our homeschooling era. Seeing all of our kids just rocking the world, thinking independently, full of character and courage, and following God instead of Judeo-Christ makes all the sacrifices minuscule. The young men are full of piss and vinegar and the young girls possess beauty and wisdom and grace. We are very thankful.

We did it. You can do it. Just do it. Do it for family, country, Posterity, and God.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd May 12, 2018 12:58 AM  

OGRE wrote:They can't move anywhere cheaper because there is nowhere cheaper. It doesn't get any more rural and white than this, and these folks still struggle to feed their kids and keep the heat on while working two to three jobs.

I've met people from there who came up here for work. It must be nice down there, because mostly they get monied up and go back.

Blogger Brett baker May 12, 2018 6:35 AM  

Someone lacks faith in the power of mass executions.

Blogger Amy May 12, 2018 6:45 AM  

“What to do if you're married to someone who refuses to even consider the possibility?”

With you there, I pray, and I supplement with Well Trained Mind texts and lessons after school and all summer long. Also, we use nature as a teacher. Recently we pulled the kids from school to go camping for a week. Fishing, canoeing, cooking over an open fire, rucking, and observing. Even my pro-public school Husband said they’d learn more out here with us than in a week of school. I have hope.

Regarding the expense though, 42% of our high NJ property taxes go to the school system. And we moved to escape $12K or more per year. I do not work and our expenses are lessened by holding title to our vehicles and hunting/gardening for food and using wood we cut and split for heat. But it still feels like a waste to Husband. All that money in taxes...

And I’m in a 92% white town/school. And it’s good. But my kids are pretty smart too, one is having trouble because she’s maybe too smart. And CC math is killing her, she gets the right answer the ‘wrong’ way. Husband is the mathematics strength and he cannot make sense of CC math. We taught her to memorize multiplication tables and do stacked equations. Right answer, wrong method = wrong answer. I’m frustrated.

In sum, I think more people either want to homeschool because they are in my boat: high taxes, frustrations with curricula and methods; or, they want an overhaul of the system but cannotsee how it is possible, or drift around in the endless sea of arguments as to why one method or ‘fix’ is better than another.

Blogger OGRE May 12, 2018 8:20 AM  

@57 Ominous Cowherd

Its more a family/clan thing most likely. Most are of Scotch-Irish descent and the clan is of primary importance to them. Its a major factor in why many won't move away, because being uprooted from the family, clan, and church communities is one of the worst things they could endure. Single men will leave often enough, but pulling children out of the clan structure is an extreme endeavor.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd May 12, 2018 4:20 PM  

I suppose it would be tough to get the whole clan to move for jobs. It would probably be a lot easier to just move your family to the work for a few years, to get yourself financially secure. When you move back, the mortgage is paid off, there is some money in the bank, and life is a lot easier. That's what I've seen folks from those parts doing up here. Just had a friend from church move back down south.

Blogger Meng Greenleaf May 12, 2018 9:30 PM  

We chose a small independent private school. Maximum number of students was 5 per grade (but moved up to 6 to help make bills). Sure, small schools cannot afford some things, and do not have sports teams as one may envision in Government schools, but they make up for it in other ways. Like a kind and safe learning environment where kids actually care for one another. Teachers who connect with kids throughout their learning (mixed age classes from K to 6).

As an aside, I was speaking to a couple academics (in an Australian medical school) about serious plagerism ($100s of millions). Neither could "get" why I think it's a huge problem. They both thought it was fine. Great even. Given they benefited handsomely from the Halo effect.

Make it is a curse of resources for that country?

IMO Government University is worse than Government primary education. If you can beleive that is even possible.

On a positive note, I noticed a small, but seemingly significant, interest by Japanese to alternative education. Government schools everywhere are structurally unsound. Some Japanese seem to be noticing this. Which is great to see.

Blogger Dirk Manly May 13, 2018 5:12 AM  

@16

>> No excuse for 2 parents working. It is not a necessity and never was.

> It's always been a necessity for low income families. It's middle class families doing it that's new.


Then they are no longer middle class -- they've fallen out of the middle class, but are over-spending to merely try to keep up appearances and PRETEND they are middle class.

Blogger John rockwell May 13, 2018 11:33 AM  

Compulsory education takes on sinister overtones when you think about it

Blogger Sidekick May 13, 2018 7:48 PM  

Thank you! Love your post

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