Washington State Parents-Time to pull your kids out of Public Schools!

If you wish your children to be educated, and not indoctrinated with evil bullying, you should be pulling them out of Washington State public schools.  Dictator Jay Inslee has just signed a bill, passed by the Majority-DemocRat legislature, mandating Critical Race Theory Training for all public school teachers.  The so-called "Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion" training …

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Guest Blogger: Ricochet friend’s letter to his child’s private school on Critical Race Theory

Just lately, we have seen numerous examples of private schools who have fallen (yes Fallen) for the evil, ugly divisive race-baiters, and begun teaching "Critical Race Theory".  This is a curriculum based on the idea that all white people are racist, and the schools and institutions everywhere in America are "systemically racist".  In order to …

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Nashville Trip: Hillsdale National Leadership Seminar, and a taste of Liberty

Last week, we flew to Nashville (see Photo Challenge post for flight pictures), for a Hillsdale College National Leadership Seminar, entitled "Educating for National Leadership".  Now, we are longtime supporters of Hillsdale, and we always look forward to these two-day seminars which include dinner, lunch, a reception, and a range of nationally-recognized speakers.  We combined …

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #146-Focus on the Details: Flying cross-country

On April 25th, my husband and I flew from Seattle to Nashville, for a Hillsdale College National Leadership Seminar, and to do some sightseeing and meeting with our friends from Ricochet.  I had the window seat, and I was fortunate to be able to see the ground for most of the four-hour flight.  You want …

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Lens-artists Photo Challenge #145: Getting to know you.

There is a place, which I have only known about since 2007, which has become in the intervening years, very dear to my heart.  That place is Hillsdale College, in Hillsdale, Michigan.  The College has been in existence since 1844, celebrating its 175th Anniversary in October of 2019.  Besides being an exemplary Liberal Arts College, …

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Diversity…Divides

Do you remember the "motto" of the United States of America?  It it printed on the US Dollar bill.  It is: E Pluribus Unum The US motto is in a language that most people don't know any more, which is Latin.  It means "Out of Many, One". That means that every Citizen of the United …

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Hey, YouTube! Don’t Be Evil. STOP the censorship!

Most of us are well aware that YouTube, its parent, Google, and other Big Tech companies have been quite blatant about their censorship of non-leftist voices.  Those voices include doctors, scientists, and politicians who don't toe the Leftist, Government-approved line.  An especially egregious example of this censorship took place recently.  An op-ed in the Wall …

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Changing America: The World is Noticing

The article below is copied in its entirety from a post on Ricochet.com Member Feed, by Ricochet member Front Seat Cat.  With permission.  Spread this news to anyone you know, America is in grave peril. ~~~~~~~~~~ “The Europeanized USA” by Dr. Alex Joffe, published at the BESA Institute, is worth your time. This story sums up, …

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Some of the people in Seattle seem to be waking up to the homeless problem-Updated

They are starting to see that the huge problem of homeless camps in every Seattle park is not really the homeless themselves, but the City Government which they elected. The public schools in Seattle have been mostly closed for over a year now, due to the Wuhan Coronavirus pandemic, and the Teachers Union refusing to …

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Yippee!! I finished it!!

That would be Andrew Roberts's book, Winston Churchill, Walking With Destiny, all 964 pages of it.  All 964 thin, single-spaced pages.  I figure it took me about six months to read it, in fits and starts.  It lives on my bedside table, right where I can see it, so I just decided to push on through. …

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