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Here are 13 things for little kids to worry about instead of college and test preparation

Since I wrote about homeschooling last week, I’ve been fielding tons of email messages from people sharing their public education horror stories. This one jumped out at me because it seems to echo the news about an elementary school that … Continue reading

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Here’s the post where I’m accused of defending Donald Sterling

It’s really a fascinating thing, when you think about it. Even a culture like ours — a culture dedicated to hedonism and relativism — has to put on a show every once in a while and pretend it has some … Continue reading

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Behold: the two absolutely worst arguments against homeschooling

Here’s the email I received last week. I was saving it for today, as I’ll be speaking at a homeschool conference tomorrow: *The subject line of this email was: “Not all public school teachers are the devil.”*  Hi Matt, I’ve … Continue reading

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Aborted babies are being incinerated to provide electricity in the United States

After reports a few weeks ago that aborted babies are burned to heat hospitals in the UK, today we get this: The remains of aborted humans are being shipped to a US power facility, in order to provide electricity to Oregon … Continue reading

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Affirmative action: defeating perceived discrimination with actual bigotry!

  I read that the Supreme Court upheld Michigan’s voter-approved initiative banning affirmative action in college admissions. They didn’t rule on affirmative action itself, but merely affirmed the voters’ right to have a say in our democratic system. Predictably, a … Continue reading

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Hallelujah, Happy Easter

Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior, walked on Earth, teaching and healing and demonstrating for all of us the essence of Love. And for this, He was captured, tortured and murdered in the most gruesome fashion imaginable. He was made … Continue reading

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This woman exercised her right to abort her infants, and now she’s being unjustly persecuted

Someone get this printed on a t-shirt: “Free Megan Huntsman!” Slap it on a bumper sticker. Start the campaign. Megan Huntsman — every bit the same sort of feminist hero as Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards or Abortion Martyr George Tiller — … Continue reading

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If there is a competition over who’s busiest and most important, I lose. Here is my concession speech.

Alright, I won’t rehash what I wrote yesterday. I entered into the octagon and found myself in a Parenting Death Match. The “who has it harder, whose job is tougher, who’s busier, who’s more important, who sleeps less, eats less, … Continue reading

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Motherhood isn’t tougher than fatherhood, but maybe we should all stop competing

I have to admit upfront that I have developed an immunity to ‘tearjerker’ viral ads. You see, I fell into a vat of Hallmark Cards and maple syrup when I was a child, and emerged from that scarring incident completely impervious to … Continue reading

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Three things that all of you serfs and peasants shouldn’t say on Tax Day

I recently took to Twitter to vent my righteous rage at the proliferation of list articles. You know, list articles: the crutch used by many a lazy blogger who’d rather write in short, choppy, numbered sentences instead of full paragraphs, because full paragraphs … Continue reading

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