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DIY. Or Don’t. Either Way You’re Wrong

I once had a coworker who bought into the whole green locavore zero-impact reduce-reuse-recycle mentality. Don’t use the city sewer if you can recycle your gray water in a koi point. That kind of thing. You might wonder if people … Continue reading

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WaPo hiding the decline

Instapundit: MAYBE THE WAPO SHOULD HAVE RUN THIS GRAPH BEFORE THE ELECTION: This Graph Should Scare You. But raising taxes (to avoid a fiscal cliff) should set that curve right again, and everything will be rosy, right?

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More Sleep is Good for Learning

That’s the conclusion of a Minnesota school system. They reference a number of studies, but, let’s be honest: who cares? The shocking thing about the Edina school district is that they let kids’ needs trump things like bus-utilization and parent/teacher … Continue reading

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German family granted asylum in US … for Homeschooling.

Wow! The statists running the German government think it’s a bad thing for you to educate your children. A German couple who fled to Tennessee so they could homeschool their children was granted political asylum Tuesday by a U.S. immigration … Continue reading

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New Year's Inspiration

In this awesome piece, Bill Whittle nails both the severity of the crisis we are in, and the reasons we have to hope that all is not yet lost.

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