teaching about elections | biblicalhomeschooling.org


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If I were still homeschooling my children today, I would use these living books to introduce elections and American politics to my children. GRADES 1-3 What’s the Big Deal About Elections? by Ruby Shamir If I Ran for President by Catherine Stier The Night Before Election Day by Natasha Wing These books teach the mechanics, […]

thomas jefferson's thanksgiving proclamation


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“Whereas the Honourable the General Congress, impressed with a grateful sense of the goodness of Almighty God, in blessing the greater part of this extensive continent with plentiful harvests, crowning our arms with repeated successes, conducting us hitherto safely through the perils with which we have been encompassed and manifesting in multiplied instances his divine […]

economics for the citizen

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“Last fall semester, I didn’t teach for the first time in 37 years. No, I haven’t retired. It was my semester-off reward for two terms as department chairman at George Mason University. A break is well deserved after a chairmanship — a job not unlike that of herding cats. During fall semesters, I typically teach our first-year Ph.D. microeconomics […]