The Constitution set up government to protect our natural rights. Yet, today, they are evaporating.
"Do your own research.Make up your own mind.Think for yourself."Sharryl Attkisson's closing words in Just the News podcast
Take a free class. Learn the hows and whys of the origins of this great country.
The most important thing Americans need to say together on a regular basis.
At first, we hated it. But the two-month long COVID-19 homestay could teach us how to work and learn better so we have more free time and less traffic.
Constitution 101: The Meaning and History of the Constitution is a free, online, self-paced lecture series offered by Hillsdale College. I recommend this course for two reasons: The CCP Virus (COVID-19) emergency gave politicians the excuse they needed to grow, spend, and forgo individual rights without legislation.Our inalienable rights are in peril. Police are harassing… Continue reading Constitution 101: Know Your Rights
The Garfield Show on Netflix is family-friendly and good foreign language practice.
We are a bundle of sticks--weaker when divided.
Fun addition to U.S. history curriculum, best for musical lovers.
Unexpected upsides of a pandemic