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Armed citizens really do save lives

Armed citizens really do save lives

Reflections by Brian Kearsey  The CBS story below sums up my headline; the LA Times cited the same statement from the local police, adding the quote that the armed citizen saved a lot of lives. We can and must screen people who want to carry a handgun, but we must fight the knee-jerk impulse so […]

Underwhelmed by Paul Ryan

By Brian Kearsey   I have been underwhelmed with Rep Paul Ryan’s voting record and budget proposals for some time, but this issue of Imprimis, from the esteemed institution Hillsdale College, crystallized my stark differences with his concept of the oath of office that he swore on the Bible to uphold and his duties in […]

Of Pirates and Bureaucrats–a tale of how local bureaucrats took down a small private school

Of Pirates and Bureaucrats–a tale of how local bureaucrats took down a small private school

Editor’s Note: Though Brian Kearsey’s tale of wow with his local bureaucracy and the demise of an innovative private school took place due north of New York City, unfortunately, it’s a tale that’s being played out all across this country.  It is the story of an American dream crushed by the machine. By Brian Kearsey […]

Homeschooling – The Spirit of ’76

Homeschooling – The Spirit of ’76

by Brian Kearsey Why do people homeschool? How do they homeschool? While the answers are as varied as the people who do it, they all have one common trait: the pioneering spirit that is America’s unique heritage. The revival of homeschooling is a return to the principles of individual liberty and responsibility that catapulted a […]