Fathers Are the Key to Education

Fathers Are the Key to Education

Fathers are the key to their children’s education. Regardless of where a child is schooled, his or her father plays a major role in education. This is because a father is the leader of his family. And the fact that this statement is even slightly controversial is a product of our culture’s indoctrination into feminism.

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The State vs. The Family

 The State vs. The Family

The rise of secularism has created a serious problem in the West. Europe and America were founded as Christian societies. This meant God was the supreme ruler of society, the family was the cornerstone, and the state was subservient to both. The goal of the state was to uphold civil justice, primarily through protecting life, liberty, and property. 

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"Betsy DeVos Will Destroy Public Education!"—Say the Teachers Unions

"Betsy DeVos Will Destroy Public Education!"—Say the Teachers Unions

So the irony is that Betsy DeVos actually advocates policies that will hurt private schools. Her favored policies may increase competition among government schools, but they will also increase government control of the private schools in the long run. 

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Degrees Don't Make You "Educated"

Degrees Don't Make You "Educated"

So we go to more school than ever before, yet we know far less than those with fewer degrees from the 1700s. Colleges today teach most people very little of importance. And many unschooled persons demonstrate extensive learning, usually from the habit of reading. So let me ask the question—how are we better “educated” than previous societies?

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