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"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." - Nelson Mandela

Parents 'taking back' public schools? It's an impossibility

By Carole Hornsby Haynes   February 2, 2023  Published by World Net Daily

That thunderous noise, strangely like the crashing of the New York City Twin Towers, is the collapse of the government school system. Traditional public school enrollment is plummeting as parents withdraw their children for alternative educational arrangements. Public education is already feeling the impact with schools across the nation closing their campuses.

July 4th and America’s History of Secession

by Carole Hornsby Haynes      July 3, 2022 

The American flag waves proudly across America as we celebrate the July 4, 1776 signing of the Declaration of Independence of the 13 American colonies from Great Britain. The document listed 27 reasons why the colonists declared independence. 

Those who know unrevised Southern history will see parallels in secession from England, secession of the South from the United States, and the current secession movement among red and blue states.

Lincoln Was As Guilty As King George III

By Carole Hornsby Haynes     July 6, 2022 

July 4th is supposed to be a celebration of the principles in the Declaration of Independence and our secession from the British Empire. Yet every one of its main principles were repudiated by Lincoln with his words and, and more importantly, his actions. Contrary to revisionist history, Lincoln was as guilty as King George III of committing atrocities against Americans. In his commentary, “Lincoln’s Repudiation of the Declaration of Independence,” Thomas Di Lorenzo shows the similarity of the “train of abuses” by King George III with those numerous abuses of Lincoln. 

Did Lincoln Really Want to Outlaw Slavery?

By Carole Hornsby Haynes      June 19, 2024 

Today is Juneteenth, a reference to June 19, 1865 when Union forces arrived in Galveston, Texas and informed the slaves of their freedom under Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation. Yet slavery did not legally end on June 19, 1865, but with the ratification of the Thirteenth Amendment on December 6, 1865.  Talk show hosts and parade attendees parroted the leftwing narrative that all slaves in America were freed by Lincoln’s executive order. Implied was that Southerners were racists who did not want slaves to know they were free and the South remains guilty and racist. 

Juneteenth: A scheme to cancel July 4? 

By Carole Hornsby Haynes June 19, 2023    First Published at World Net Daily

Juneteenth is now a federal holiday celebrating the end of slavery. Although Juneteenth has been often celebrated as the end of slavery, the fact is that slavery continued to exist for nearly six months after this date, including in Kentucky and two Northern states, Delaware and New Jersey. 

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