BE AWARE: Attempted Bills on Homeschooling

I recently did a report on children’s books in schools and how the so-called education system is indoctrinating children and filling their minds with false agendas, one-sided views, trying to break family units, and fear mongering. I proposed some suggestions at the end of the article, then took to twitter to see what “solutions” parents might have. It received an enormous amount of suggestions, from removing it from Federal control and putting it under the States, to disbanding teachers unions, and parents communicating more with their children and getting involved with the schools. The most widely suggested idea was to homeschool.

With homeschooling growing at an estimated rate of 2% to 8% per annum just over the past few years, and over 1.6 million children being homeschooled, I knew that this would eventually hinder their indoctrination agenda, and suspected that states might attempt to instill new laws and crack down on homeschooling. My suspicions were right, and it’s far worse than I imagined. If there is one thing that most parents who homeschool have in common, it is that they have activism in their blood. That said, those parents, and all parents who are considering homeschooling, need to be on high alert and pay attention to any bills being proposed in regard to homeschooling. The last thing they want is for you to pull your children from public schools and teach them the truth.

In fact, Sen. Kamala Harris has recently proposed a bill to extend school hours to 6pm, and the teachers unions are backing this. That in itself is very telling. I mean, why wouldn’t they want to keep your children for additional hours each day so that the state can raise them and pump their minds full of disinformation while you are slave to the money system they created? By proposing it under the guise of helping parents out by providing a place for the children to be until the parents get home from work, is a manipulative enticement that should be seen for what it is….

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