Texas GOP State Convention : How to Get Involved and Make a Difference

Ken Paxton and his Pistol Packin' Mama

Part of our hands-on government class this year for homeschool was to be politically active and actually do our part as far as we were able to instead of just going to a voting poll and checking a box. I’m not sure how many public school seniors out there were state delegates this year, but […]

You Can Stop Common Core … and more!

There’s not much in the education spectrum that I hate worse than Common Core. I could write a long post about it, but my blood pressure can’t stand the boil. I’m pretty sure if you are a homeschooler, you already know about the pornographic books they want to push on kids through Common Core… the […]

Voting and Voting Again


There’s a lot of buzz going on… the public is ready to let their voices be heard! I’ve been trying to get ready to vote. Twice! No, no, not in the same election. Once in the American political elections and once in the Homeschool Post’s 8th Annual Blog Awards. I’m on the team in charge […]