Reason 333: Because It’s Legal

It’s nothing short of a miracle that homeschooling is legal. First, there’s the fact that so few do it, especially in the beginning. There was no political consequence to outlawing it, and it was tried in several states, yet all attempts failed. That’s no small thing considering the government’s view on what is taught in most homes. In their view homeschooling is a cauldron of intolerance, bigotry, racism, and every evil phobia conjured up by man in these last days, and those yet to be “discovered”.

But that it’s a miracle doesn’t stop the local magistrates from testing that miracle occasionally. And that’s just what this municipality did:

A couple of notes about this article. First is what I call “slave talk”. Free men are not “allowed” to do things by their government. Slaves of an elite class are “allowed” to do things. Our language reveals deep-rooted thinking that helps our masters to keep us enslaved. So when I read something like this:

The state’s 2nd Appellate District in Los Angeles found that homeschooling is allowed by state law.

I see it as slave talk. A thing may be legal or not, but it is never allowed. The government is, on the other hand, “allowed” to govern in a free society.

Second, are these very astute words from a parent:

The father said the family objected to public school because of the pro-homosexual, pro-bisexual, pro-transgender agenda of California’s public schools, on which WND previously has reported.

“We just don’t want them teaching our children,” he told WND. “They teach things that are totally contrary to what we believe. They put questions in our children’s minds we don’t feel they’re ready for.

“When they are much more mature, they can deal with these issues, alternative lifestyles, and such, or whether they came from primordial slop. At the present time it’s my job to teach them the correct way of thinking,” he said.

There is a father in that house, and that father is protecting his children. My accolades to this man.


1 Comment

Filed under Government, Religious Freedom

One response to “Reason 333: Because It’s Legal

  1. I love that: “There is a father in that house…” It gives me goosebumps. You are spot on with the rights. The Hunan Rights Council of the United Nations is led by dictators who believe it is their say, which rights we, the people under United Nations control, have. The Declaration of Independence written by Thomas Jefferson says that we have God-granted “unalienable” rights. What he means is, if the U.N. says they grant us rights, our job is to remind them that they do not grant us our rights–God does!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s