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A Lesson About the Role of Government

In 2008 and 2012 our family campaigned for Ron Paul’s presidential runs.  People would ask us about our stickers on our cars, “Who is Ron Paul?”  Everywhere we went people were curious about this man.  My students, after learning about … Continue reading

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Gardening for Education

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Teach Science at an Early Age: Periodic Table

Begin with a periodic table place mat.  While eating a meal, the learner may enjoy investigating the different colors on the table, the numbers, symbols, and weights.  We purchased these books to support what was taught on the table. https://www.amazon.com/Painless-Learning-Periodic-Table-Placemat/dp/B000H6F4W6/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1490974010&sr=8-5&keywords=periodic+tableContinue reading

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One Reason We Grow Our Food

At a recent get-together we harvested fresh rhubarb and used store bought organic strawberries to make a strawberry rhubarb custard pie.  It was absolutely delicious because the rhubarb was picked the same day as we made the pie.  Our soil … Continue reading

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An Alarm Call to Parents: SB 18

California has beautiful weather, amazing ocean seascapes and majestic mountains, and offers a fairly comfortable lifestyle.  This “comfort” enables people to become complacent in all levels of society.  They enjoy the “ease” of life.  While enjoying this ease, they do … Continue reading

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“The Doctor Will Free You Now”: Market and Medicine

Dr. Ron Paul answers a question about free market healthcare.  He addresses how Obamacare has made quality healthcare less available to Americans and how a free market system is far superior to any government health care program.  Watch the first … Continue reading

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Food and Nutrition Indoctrination: A Solution

My husband, an educator who believes food to be God’s gift to mankind for medicine, was teaching from a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) book recently.  This is what it said: “Agriculture and the Farm:  Biotechnology companies are working on … Continue reading

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