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CBC’s “The Current” digs deeper with justification for abusive comedy assault against home schooling mother

Published on January 3, 2013 By SiteEditor

From ChristianGovernance eletter – December 14, 2012

Many of you listened to the disgusting CBC assault on parents, home schooling and God’s law (5th Commandment) that we addressed a few eletters ago. Click here and scroll down to the story where you’ll find a link to the recording of the program.

Responding to The Current’s vicious smear of parents and home schooling

Published on November 30, 2012 By SiteEditor

If you want to complain to CBC’s The Current for their vicious smear of parents and home schooling, this is their contact info:

The Current
Use email form at this web address
Telephone Feedback line: 1-(877) 287-7366
Fax: (416) 205-2371
The Current, CBC Radio, P.O. Box 500 Station A, Toronto, ON M5W 1E6

“The Current” Holocaust Deniers: Rod Taylor

Published on November 30, 2012 By SiteEditor

By Rod Taylor

On a recent CBC podcast of “The Current” with Anna Maria Tremonti, I listened to her rabid attack on home-schoolers, followed by a CBC-produced “skit” that further exposed this identifiable group to hatred and contempt.

Ms. Tremonti was conducting “interviews” (heavily weighted with her own bias) around the recent announcement that Alberta had agreed to drop the contentious inclusion of Human Rights legislation in its approach to home-schooling in the province.

CBC abuses woman on “The Current”

Published on November 26, 2012 By SiteEditor

From: ChristianGovernance eletter – November 23, 2012

At the top of the list of news links in the right-hand column is a link to a CBC report on home schooling . The initial interviews were standard fare. One should expect the host to express the state-ist, human rights perspective that she did. In this case, it wasn’t challenged as effectively as it could have been.

Were the Saducees right about Jesus’ disciples?

Published on September 14, 2012 By SiteEditor

From ChristianGovernance eletter, Sept. 11, 2012

I am still benefiting a great deal from my readings through the first few chapters of Acts. I hope to provide more reflections in the days ahead. One passage I have come to understand in a new and better way is Acts 4:13 : “When they saw the courage of Peter and John and realized that they were unschooled, ordinary men, they were astonished and they took note that these men had been with Jesus.”

Biblical manhood – Wrestler won’t compete against girl

Published on February 19, 2011 By SiteEditor

The Denver Post – February 19, 2011
Boy: Religion won’t let me wrestle girl
By Luke Meredith, The Associated Press

DES MOINES, Iowa — After a standout season in which he went 35-4, Joel Northrup had every reason to dream of winning an Iowa wrestling championship this year, but he gave it all up before his first state tournament match Thursday.

Children forced into gov’t schools at gunpoint

Published on January 5, 2011 By SiteEditor

Read this article online here.

Las Vegas Review-Journal – December 26, 2010
Time to separate school and state
By Vin Suprynowicz

We keep getting letters explaining government schools can’t turn out as good a product as private schools – even private schools spending less per student – since the private schools choose their students, while mandatory government youth internment camps have to “take every which one.”

Portrait of a mother-sanctioned sexualized 14-year-old

Published on November 18, 2010 By SiteEditor

Daily Mail – November 18, 2010
Portrait of a VERY modern 14-year-old: She’s got two tattoos, body piercings, drinks alcohol and sleeps with boys (and the middle-class mother who allows it all to happen)
By Rachel Porter

Atheism’s most influential Bulgarian Christian

Published on October 30, 2010 By SiteEditor

American Vision – August 27, 2010
The Power of Giving a Book
By Joel McDurmon

It all started with one book. When Bojidar’s missionary pastor left his Bulgarian town, all he left behind was a couple audio tapes and a copy of one book, Ken Gentry’s He Shall Have Dominion. Ken’s book is still, perhaps, the best one-stop exposition of the postmillennial, optimistic, dominion-oriented biblical worldview available. It has changed many lives, including Bojidar’s. After this, he wanted to hear more about optimism and biblical law.

More military families are home schooling

Published on October 30, 2010 By SiteEditor
And also using the Distance Learning college favoured by CollegePlus! , Thomas Edison State College, to secure their bachelor’s degree, as reported at the very end of this article.
ABCs of home schooling
Why more military families are skipping school in favor of this sweeping trend
By Jon R. Anderson

Jennifer Nuntavong is out in the rain with her two young boys, jumping in puddles at Fort Belvoir, Va. The family of a Marine Corps gunnery sergeant, they’re on their way home to make lunch and then head to the bowling alley for the afternoon.