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The Campaign of Donald Trump

Wednesday, May 4th, 2016

The profile of a sociopath can be reduced to three categories: conscience, empathy, and honor. The sociopath has none of these things — though he may either emulate them in a way which fools and disarms people, or he may project them on himself with words, or he may project the absence of them onto […]

Selling our collection of costume, reenactment and theater apparel

Monday, January 25th, 2016

We’re selling the last of our collection of costume, reenactment and theater apparel. Vintage 3-piece uniform — it looks like WW2 or Korean Army, coat 38S, pants inseam 29. $40 Vintage USAAF A-11A Flight Trousers – Intermediate, Flying. Manufactured 1945 by Stagg Garment Company. Size 30 waist. Warm lined. $20 Vintage women’s 1940’s suit #2. […]

Selling last of the costume, reenactment and theater apparel

Thursday, December 24th, 2015

We’re selling the last of our collection of costume, reenactment and theater apparel. Vintage 3-piece uniform — it looks like WW2 or Korean Army, coat 38S, pants inseam 29. $75 Vintage USAAF A-11A Flight Trousers – Intermediate, Flying. Manufactured 1945 by Stagg Garment Company. Size 30 waist. Warm lined. $30 SOLD Vintage women’s 1940’s suit […]

A Child’s First Introduction to Art now available as a PDF

Monday, July 13th, 2015

What Do You See? A Child’s First Introduction to Art, Volume 1 is now available on our web site as a PDF. You can order it here, or you can order the Kindle version on Amazon. “Excellent Manner to Awaken the Budding Scholar(s) in your Life — An outstanding book for introducing children ages 4 […]

Samuel L. Blumenfeld Died on Monday But He Continues to Speak

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2015

We were sorry to hear that Samuel L. Blumenfeld died this week. Mr. Blumenfeld is known mainly for two things: 1. His work in encouraging homeschoolers during the very early days of homeschooling. He was a staunch defender of parents’ rights in education and was a pioneer, encouraging the pioneers. He supported homeschooling because “it […]

Phil Crane Died This Week

Tuesday, November 11th, 2014

Former Rep. Phil Crane died November 7 after a struggle with lung cancer. Read more here. We voted for Phil Crane during the 1980 Iowa caucus — he was running for President, along with George Bush and Ronald Reagan. He was a great liberty-minded patriot, of the same calibre as Ron Paul. You can read […]

A Response to Elizabeth Warren’s 11 Tenets of Progressivism

Monday, August 18th, 2014

“What are our values?” Warren asked the audience, some of whom held up “Run Liz Run” signs. “What does it mean to be a progressive?” She went on to outline 11 tenets of progressivism: My response is in italics: 1. “We believe that Wall Street needs stronger rules and tougher enforcement, and we’re willing to […]

Growing Without Schooling Back Issues Now Free

Monday, February 10th, 2014

What a treasure! Complete set of back issues for John Holt’s magazine Growing Without Schooling (1977-2001).

Attention to Deficit Disorder

Friday, January 31st, 2014

Politicians seem to have an “attention to deficit” disorder, but instead of them getting Ritalin, it is we that need to get rid-of-’em.

Ruth Beechick Memorial

Friday, January 17th, 2014

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