Recommendation: The Epoch Times, Truth in Uncertain Times

"Without the basic foundation of Truth, you lose the sacred bond of trust that should be maintained between the press and the reader."-Karen Cheng, Software Developer for The Epoch Times Who can we trust to tell us what’s really going on? I believe The Epoch Times will. While murky, misleading “reporting” has become the norm,… Continue reading Recommendation: The Epoch Times, Truth in Uncertain Times

Robbed of Our Natural Rights

The Constitution set up government to protect our natural rights. Yet, today, they are evaporating.

Constitution 101: Know Your Rights

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

China is the Wolf Reassuring the Sheep

You probably noticed some of the things in my coronavirus post were different from what you hear in the newspaper and on the news. Why is that? Different sources I read and listened to the same things you did, but having studied microorganisms and infectious diseases, I had questions. So I looked some more. What… Continue reading China is the Wolf Reassuring the Sheep

The Coronavirus Will Come For You

I am not an expert. I have taken courses on epidemiology (the science of studying the characteristics and spread of disease) and infectious diseases, and read extensively about human behavior and historical pandemics like the Spanish Flu of 1918 and the Plague. I am concerned about this new viral threat, and want to help you… Continue reading The Coronavirus Will Come For You

Mr. Rogers on Learning

A love of learning has a lot to do with learning that we're loved.Fred Rogers Could this be why homeschoolers like learning? Because, every day, through word and deed, they are reminded of how much they are loved? Source Rogers, Fred. You are Special: Words of Wisdom from America's Most Beloved Neighbor. New York: The… Continue reading Mr. Rogers on Learning