You Can Draw Anything You Want — But Not Here

Alexandra Belaire was a guest yesterday on Sam Sorbo’s radio program. She and her host discussed her aborted “Draw Mohammed Day” event on Parliament Hill in Ottawa.

During the last couple of minutes they also talked about home-schooling. It’s interesting to notice the difference between American attitudes to home-schooling and those of people in other countries. Even in Canada there seems to be a general reluctance to assign any real legitimacy to educating one’s children at home. And in some European countries home-schooling is not just frowned upon, it’s illegal.

There’s a huge amount of cultural pressure from the elites in the USA against home-schooling, but it hasn’t made much of a dent in popular attitudes — more and more Americans are choosing to pull their kids out of the dangerous cesspits that the public schools in many cities have become.

Previous posts about Alexandra Belaire and “Draw Whatever You Want” Day on Parliament Hill in Ottawa:

2015   May   19   Ottawa Joins the Ummah
        20   Jihadis Have Hijacked the Canadian Government
        20   Sharia Comes to Parliament Hill
        22   The Islamic Castle on Parliament Hill

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