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    International Home Schoolers’ Leadership Conference September 2011

    Tuesday, July 19th, 2011

    Dear Friends, A very remarkable opportunity has come our way to further slow the advance of totalitarianism. The battle for retaining Section 59 in New Zealand did not go well. It seemed to me that most of New Zealand woke up to the reality of it way too late. In other countries the state actually […]

    Sweden’s State-Sponsored “Kidnapping” of 7-year-old Homeschooler Approaches One Year Anniversary

    Friday, June 25th, 2010

    A Review of the Egregious December 2009 Court Decision Allowing Social Services to Keep Little Domenic in State Custody It was one year ago today, June 25, when armed police, at the behest of Social Services of Gotland, stormed an Indian bound jetliner in Stockholm, Sweden, and forcibly removed the Johansson family. Their crime? They […]

    Labour Party Conference: MPs would oppose any smacking ban – UK

    Thursday, September 25th, 2008

    Labour Party Conference: MPs would oppose any smacking ban Children & Young People Now 24 September 2008 Children’s Secretary Ed Balls has voiced his opposition to a ban on smacking children and said the majority of MPs would not support a ban if there was ever a free vote in Parliament on the matter. http://www.cypnow.co.uk/news/ByDiscipline/Social-Care/login/848285/