The Homeschooling Revolution
April 07, 2004
Karl Zinsmeister, editor of The American Enterprise and a homeschooling dad, is such a talented, old-school type writer. Consider these sentences from one of his latest columns:
"Not only in war, but also in the safety of our homes, life can often be hard. It is always fleeting. Its meaning comes, ultimately, from the ends toward which the life is dedicated.
There are times when the best response, perhaps the only response, to the hard blows of existence is to embrace each lump as a badge honoring the determined striving that produced it."
Continue here to read what Mr. Z writes about Edith Roosevelt.