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A Lesson in Freedom… From a Lion

A Lesson in Freedom… From a Lion

I received an email the other day with a lovely story about Christian the Lion.  The poignant clip touches our deepest, most primal emotions, illustrating the ties between man and animal.  However, the full story is much more profound, parable-like in quality, and offers lessons for today’s citizenry. The story is about two young Englishmen, John and Ace, who purchase a lion cub from a prominent London department store. While they recognized early on that their relationship with the lion might be…

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The Case for Closing Public Schools… Indefinitely

The Case for Closing Public Schools… Indefinitely

The past year, parents and students across the county, mostly in Democrat run municipalities, have been experiencing excessive levels of stress due to unending school closures. Red states like Florida, Texas, and South Dakota have been open for months. Meanwhile, the teacher’s unions have a strangle hold on the public schools in Democrat states, refusing to open for a litany of absurd reasons.  Part of me sympathizes with the conservative parents who are struggling to cope with working from home…

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