Wow! RINO Schwarzenegger Does Something Right

In the credit where credit is due category, Arnold stands up for the rights of homeschooling parents.

Interestingly, homeschoolers have become a political powerhouse even in liberal California. People don’t mess around when it comes to their kids. 

See the post below for an explanation of what this is all about.

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Filmer is the Conservative Times username for a paleoconservative political activist. For those of you who are unfamiliar with him, Sir. Robert Filmer (1588 - 1653) is a largely forgotten English political theorist who deserves more attention from conservative scholars. He was a (the?) main contemporary opponent to Locke and his social contract theory. Possibly as an artifact of Kirk, modern conservatives have largely stopped tracing conservative thought at Burke. This is unfortunate. A potential outcome of this is that you are just as likely to hear "conservatives" spouting Lockean silliness as you are liberals. Hopefully a revival of conservative interest in Filmer will be awakened by the increased interest in paleoconservatism.

10 thoughts on “Wow! RINO Schwarzenegger Does Something Right

  1. Weaver

    Meh, talk is cheap. I wouldn’t trust him.

    There is no provision in the California Education Code or elsewhere in state law that addresses the issue of homeschooling. Homeschool advocates want to keep it that way, despite the governor’s support for a new law to help them.

    They believe current code supports their practices and that new laws would include regulations and possibly restrictions on homeschooling.

  2. love the girls

    Filmer writes : “Interestingly, homeschoolers have become a political powerhouse even in liberal California. People don’t mess around when it comes to their kids.”

    Homeschooling is now practiced by a wide spectrum of the populace. Although after having done it for a number of years with my older children, I appreciate more than ever being able to send them to a decent school. In fact, at best, homeschooling is a bad solution to an even worse problem.

    The Catholic schools here are $10,000 per highschooler and $4500 per those in the lower grades. In other words ,the schools are geared towards contracepting double income families. And then of course, are they even finally Catholic other than according to the letter of the law.

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    Weaver writes : “new laws would include regulations and possibly restrictions on homeschooling.”

    No doubt.

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    Marc writes :”this, it’s outrageous” Why is it outrageous?

  3. roho

    Marc……….It is outragious! “Dubya” is clearly saying that not only does he not care what the congress and U.S. Citizen wishes, but will no longer allow reporters to attend meetings that appose his agenda! Corsi has been tenacious on this issue, and they even had the gall to tell him “We know who you are and you can’t come in!”.

    So much for freedom of the press.

  4. love the girls

    Mr. Roho writes :”Marc……….It is outragious!”

    Why “outrageous”? I can see it being bothersome, or annoying, but if that is outrageous then what term should we use to describe Joseph Farah’s article “Pound Fallujah” where he writes:

    “We should not restrain our Air Force and our artillery batteries from wreaking devastation. We should not expose our ground troops to unnecessary risks.

    In other words, we may need to flatten Fallujah. We may need to destroy it. We may need to grind it, pulverize it and salt the soil, as the Romans did with troublesome enemies.

    Quite frankly, we need to make an example out of Fallujah.”

  5. Marc

    I have to say , love the girls, that if you go into war those are the type of things you have to do. Our soldiers were getting killed by people hiding in Fallujah, then returning to their safe haven there and an air option would lead to 0 loss of life for our side. Perhaps you don’t know anyone who has served in Iraq but I do, some of them are dead now but anyway they agree in unison that a complete air raid on Fallujah would have been most effective. If you don’t want to get dirty then don’t go to war, and if you do go then don’t half ass it.

  6. love the girls

    Marc writes : “I have to say , love the girls, that if you go into war those are the type of things you have to do.”

    No. Those are the kind of ‘things’ war criminals do. A ‘thing’, a crime which cries to heaven for vengeance.

    And he said to him: What hast thou done? the voice of thy brother’s blood crieth to me from the earth. 11 Now therefore cursed shalt thou be upon the earth, which hath opened her mouth and received the blood of thy brother at thy hand. 12 When thou shalt till it, it shall not yield to thee its fruit: a fugitive and a vagabond shalt thou be upon the earth. Genesis 4:10

    And thus as they sow, so shall they reap.

  7. Marc

    War is hell, that is why when you go you better make damn sure it’s something you have to do. And may I ask who are you calling war criminals? Furthermore what does this even have to do with my original statement? Cori was banned by the government from attending a press conference for the sole reason he’s been exposing the truth on the issue and you start ranting and raving about an article Farah wrote years ago as if that excuses the governments behavior. What, because you disagree with Farah about something that automatically makes anything his website writes about garbage? It excuses a good reporter being blackballed by the government? The more I think about it the more I’m sorry I replied to your post as it had nothing to do with mine.

  8. Marc

    I just want to point out I don’t like Farah as he certainly has a taste for war, I just suppose we happen to agree on some military strategy.

  9. love the girls

    Marc writes : “Furthermore what does this even have to do with my original statement?”

    Simply pointing out that using terms such as outrageous to describe some guy not being allowed into some news conference leaves a dearth in speech when there actually is an outrage such as Farra’s call for destroying a city as an example to others. An example I chose because of its connection to WND and because it is so clearly outrageous.

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