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How to Explain Government to Your Child (or anyone, for that matter)

Too many times we start discussions about government with “how it works.” There are assumptions about keeping order and peace and it all being done in everyone’s best interest. We are supposed to believe, and teach our children, the relationships of individuals can and should be directed by a central focus of power and decision […]

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How to Use Experts Responsibly

Knowing things is useful and helps us make decisions. Obviously. However, we each, individually, can’t know everything. Not only that, but what is considered correct sometimes changes over time and unless you are somehow connected to the discussion, you might miss that. So we often turn to those more knowledgeable than us to get more […]

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How to Prepare Your Homeschool Child for College

A college degree is still useful for getting into many professions. Aside from the fact that social engineers waste much of the college experience trying to make sure the students have an approved world view, the college system has a near monopoly on training in certain fields. Doctors, engineers, certified public accounts, and lawyers are some examples. […]

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