469. Is History Always Correct?

Some of us just assume that whatever we read in history books is true. But is it? Or is history more biased than we think?  

5 Benefits of Homeschooling for Your Child’s Future

As a parent, you want the best for your child and their education is a critical part of that. With the rise of homeschooling, you now have the opportunity to take your child’s education into your own hands and provide them with a personalized learning experience that suits their individual needs and interests. Here are […]

High School Curriculum for Homeschooled Students: A Guide for Parents

Did you know that a lot of parents stop homeschooling when their kids reach high school because they’re afraid that they’re going to do it wrong? Don’t be that parent! Your homeschooled teens need you now, more than ever. You have the unique opportunity to shape your child’s high school education and tailor it to their […]

6 States that are Homeschool Friendly (number 3 will surprise you!)

If you’re considering homeschooling your children, you’re not alone. In the United States, the homeschooling movement is growing every year. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, the number of homeschooled students in the U.S. has increased by more than 3% every year since 1999. Today, there are more than 2 million homeschooled students […]

It Turns Out the CDC is Actually Worse Than We Thought

I hate to sound like an alarmist, but… are you kidding me with this??? In today’s episode of, The Government Will Ruin Your Life and Then Tweet About it Gleefully, I present the head of the CDC, Rachael Walensky, celebrating the “sacrifice and suffering” of African American men used as guinea pigs by Big Pharma […]

315. What’s the New American History Book About?

It’s here! Connor shares details about our exciting new American history book and how you can get an awesome bundle of bonuses to learn ideas from our country’s past. Here’s a transcript of our conversation: Connor: Hey everyone, Connor here. I gave Brittany the day off. So you’ve got just me today to talk about an […]