Archive for February, 2007

Busekros Family Encouraged to Cede Control of Five More Children

February 27, 2007

By Mimi Rothschild This story continues to break my heart. It’s clear that there are still remnants of Hitler’s oppressive regime lingering in German government. World Net Daily has an update on the Melissa Busekros saga. One of the first things that Hitler did upon achieving political supremacy was create the Ministry of Education. In [...]

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Steve Jobs Slams Teachers Unions

February 21, 2007

By Mimi Rothschild CEO of Apple, Inc. Steve Jobs took an opportunity to take a swing at the real problem facing K-12 schools. No, it’s not lagging technology or lack of funds; it’s the simple fact that teachers unions encourage mediocrity. “What kind of person could you get to run a small business if you [...]

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Adopt a Soldier

February 8, 2007

One of The Grace Academy students sent us a link to a site that enables families to “adopt” a soldier that is currently defending our freedom in Iraq. You can send them cards and letters expressing your appreciation as well as care packages full of goodies that will surely warm the hearts of our men [...]

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German Government Kidnaps Homeschooler

February 7, 2007

Last Thursday, a 17-year old German homeschooler was ripped from her family’s arms in Nuremburg, Germany. Melissa Busekros was forcibly removed by fifteen police officers from her home. She was struggling in math and Latin, so her parents decided to tutor her at home. She is currently being held in a child psychiatry unit in [...]

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Stay-at-Home Mom Apologetics

February 1, 2007

Brandy Carrelli lays it down for all the mothers out there who either couldn’t imagine themselves staying at home or scoff at the idea of giving up their second income. “One day, we came up with two simple, non-glorious reasons to have children. Mine: they change every day; never a dull moment. His: it would [...]

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