Saturday, March 31, 2012


I hope this graphic helps convince some Dads and Moms that homeschooling is the best inheritance they can leave their kids:

Homeschool Domination
Created by: College At Home


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Anonymous said...

You have posted some excellent helpful material on how to deal with Ebola. I have a request. Could you please condense items that address the Prevention angle into one article?

This could include

- Items that should be worn: protective suits, masks, gloves, goggles, etc.

- What to take: Ascorbic Acid (type, how much, what's the most cost-effective) and Nano Silver, etc.

- Precautionary measures such as how to use public rest rooms, etc.

- A list of procedures and checks that workers can observe. For instance, those working on cargo ships. What they should do to keep themselves as safe as possible

- Symptoms of the disease to look out for

- Inform on any good treatment and cures

- What ordinary people, non-workers, can do to help themselves in everyday life, in attempting to avoid this

- Include links to "The Best Of" Internet sites that deal with this crisis from Prevention, Cure, Breakthrough angles - all the most important, practical and helpful items

Could this information please be pulled together in one item and classified under these and other headings?

In addition, could you please find out who to contact to ask them if they can invent or improve what already exists in the way of filters that can be used in air filtration systems. Such as on airlines. Surely this is something that should receive the highest priority.

I ask if you would please do this and let people know on your main page and Balaam's Ass Speaks blog where it's posted.

Thank you.

Kenneth Dirks said...

Amen! Make homeschooling a priority - even if it means changing states. The anti-christian material including evolution junk they feed your children in public schools is the worst part of it. Thank you for supporting homeschooling!