Permanent LinkPosted: Fri Mar 07, 2008 3:16 pm 
To me this is one of the most significant things that has happened in a long time. In many ways this is a battle for the future. It's a battle for the very minds of your children. Soon the state will think it's their right and theirs alone, to tell your children what to think, feel, believe, and how to act.


I find this more disturbing than many things I have encountered in a really long time. It's just one State, but thus it begins. If they control the minds of the children, then the future will be indoctrinated and branded with what they want everyone to believe.


http://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2008/mar/08030503.html



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Wednesday March 5, 2008 See today's LifeSiteNews stories

California Court Rules Homeschooling Illegal

By Hilary White

LOS ANGELES, March 5, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Thousands of homeschoolers in California are left in legal limbo by an appeals court ruling that homeschooling is not a legal option in the state and that a family who has homeschooled all their children for years must enrol their two youngest in state or private schools. Justice H. Walter Croskey in a written opinion said, "California courts have held that under provisions in the Education Code, parents do not have a constitutional right to homeschool their children."

The sweeping February 29th ruling says that California law requires "persons between the ages of six and eighteen" to be in "public full-time day school," or a "private full-time day school" or "instructed by a tutor who holds a valid state teaching credential for the grade being taught".

The two youngest of Phillip and Mary Long's eight children must be enrolled in a state approved school. Phillip Long told WorldNetDaily, "We just don't want them teaching our children. They teach things that are totally contrary to what we believe. They put questions in our children's minds we don't feel they're ready for."


I think this is a good article because a few weeks ago they were trying to put parents in jail in Germany for homeschooling.

http://www.hslda.org/hs/international/G … 709200.asp

At the time this seemed significant to me because if we are going to have a one world government, then we need to have a unified system where all the minds of the children can be indoctrinated at once. This means that eventually homeschooling will be banned everywhere and only the state will be able to tell your children, what to think, feel, believe, and act. Their loyalty will be to the state, and they will have one unified mind, no matter where they live.

When the case happened and the judges ruling came down I knew there would be repercussions. I did not expect this to start happening this soon in America, but this just leads me to believe that the country is further down that slippery slope than I am willing to believe.

From what I have read on other forums, parents can homeschool under some conditions without a license, so it will be interesting in the coming weeks and months to see what happens next.

It's funny how things can change in an instant, sometimes when you don't expect it. Let's hope at some future point, things start to turn and change for the better.


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