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Public schooling is fading fast – but there is hope

By Nathan Barton As we read, day after day, how public (government-run, tax-funded) schools spiral downhill more and more rapidly here in the Fifty States, we find that the alternatives are alive, well, and growing more and more important. Around … Continue reading

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The daily hate, 2017-style

WARNING: There is a picture about halfway down in this commentary. According to polling, you view this picture at your own risk. This evilll picture could make your eyes bleed and can cause permanent politically-based brain damage. Be warned. Be … Continue reading

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A Baker’s Dozen ™ Reasons to get your children out of there!

By Nathan Barton It’s no secret that this website and its writers are opposed to public schools – which we unkindly refer to as “government-run, tax-funded” schools – or even more bluntly, “government-ruined, theft-funded schools.” The alternative?  Home schooling.  It … Continue reading

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Educrats and Power: Their subversive nature and actions

Libertarian Commentary #16-17F by Nathan Barton The subversive nature and actions of Educrats What are the limits to authority of the public (government-ruined, theft-funded) schools? Based on the actions of various school administrators, there are not many. School officials in … Continue reading

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Bad schools, bad banks, and bad media

Libertarian Commentary #16-12E, by Nathan Barton We all think of “institutions” as being at least essential, if not always good. Churches, schools, banks, the press, and so much else were taken for granted as GOOD things for centuries, but today … Continue reading

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