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[12 Apr 2011 | No Comment | ]

by Susan Ryan A Mississippi judge continues to take on homeschoolers. Updated: District 13 judge demands info on all homeschoolers – Ramblings, Rants & Remedies According to courthouse conversations I had on Monday (I’m not sure if I should mention…

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[6 Apr 2011 | No Comment | ]

Radical leftist Bill Ayers was challenged in a university setting about his solutions for education. Ayers lauds Education Secretary Arne Duncan’s Chicago schools record, which in reality is dismal. He says he’s anti-government, but calls for more public school funding….

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[19 Feb 2011 | No Comment | ]

by Teri O’Brien Less than a week after proving he can read anything from his trusty TelePrompTer with a straight face by telling us that we must live within our means, the biggest spending liberal in the history of the…

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[16 Feb 2011 | No Comment | ]

An Illinois Review poll (left) shows an overwhelming majority in opposition to Senate Bill 136. The poll asked: "Should Illinois homeschool families be forced to register with the State’s public school authorities as proposed by State Senator Ed Maloney". The…

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[11 Feb 2011 | No Comment | ]

by Susan Ryan Illinois homeschoolers have been busy, as have secretaries, aides and the Illinois Senators themselves in speaking with private school advocates or reading their concerns the last several days. Senator Maloney’s bill SB 136 has been moved along…

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[27 Jan 2011 | No Comment | ]

Wednesday night in Round Lake, Rep. Ed Sullivan (R-Mundelein) updated a Lake County audience about school reform efforts in the Illinois House. Sullivan announced in the new legislative session he will co-sponsor another attempt for school choice scholarships for kids…

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[26 Jan 2011 | No Comment | ]

by Nancy Thorner At a time when the quality of education is at question throughout this nation as teacher unions — IEA here in Illinois — funnel money and support to influence the makeup of school boards, and where various…

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[24 Jan 2011 | No Comment | ]

by Teri O’Brien Yesterday, we were fortunate to have nationally-recognized scholar and author John Lott on the Teri O’Brien Show to discuss his book, More Guns, Less Crime, which is now in its 3rd edition. During the interview, I was…