Homeschooler study guide

If you are looking for a homeschooler study guide to keep your children unspotted from the world, you are on the right page.

Here are some of my lessons that every homeschooler should read before he/she gets involved with government licenses, or employment forms, or selective service registration, or tax forms.

  • Read my free essays on Public EducationVaccinations, and  Why the Constitution and Bill of Rights DOES NOT include education.
    And don’t miss my book on Family Rights
  • Homeschoolers who are under the age of 18 have a great advantage that the rest of us do not have. They can rescind their prior contracts (such as SSNs and licenses) when they turn 18 with no explanation required. Details are in your State’s emancipation laws. You will have 20 days to rescind contracts after you turn 18.  Otherwise rescinding your contracts (express or implied) will need solid proof that you were tricked out of your rights — which the courts will ignore.  Ignorance of the law is never an excuse. 

After studying these topics, the student should be able to
• recognize deception in perceived regulations and laws.
• Understand that “unalienable rights” are not civil rights. Governments are instituted among men to secure unalienable rights
• collect letters from government authorities to dispel perceived laws.
• recognize basic rules of statute construction
• know that a forced signature is not a signature –unless there was a prior commitment to sign a government document.
• Recognize that estoppel waives your rights.
• be able to read the Tax Code to recognize revenue taxable activities.
• understand basic laws of nature.
• know some rules of courts, both civil and criminal

Here are my suggestions for teenage students. Please copy my essays and edit them to suit your student.

The content on this website provides plenty of opportunity for students to practice writing letters to public officials — but don’t be discouraged by politicians not understanding any fundamentals of the society that they swore to protect. After all, Contra principia negantem non est disputandum. There can be no debate with one who denies fundamentals.  

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