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Dear Friends of the
The holidays are nearly upon us! We hope you're all finding time to enjoy your families and traditions.
We wanted to send you one more e-Links Bulletin this year because we have some compelling items to share. Below you'll find links to some thought-provoking articles and essays that will remind you of how fortunate you are in your understanding of liberty and how much others need to hear the message of freedom. Some items might even spark a lively conversation or two during your celebrations over the next few weeks.
We wish you all the best as 2007 comes to a close and a new year waits to greet us.
Alliance for the Separation of School and State
Brand New on our Quotations page:
Alliance Supporter Appreciates Website Resources
Excerpt: I ... am a regular "lurker" on your website. As I have home schooled for thirteen years, I have shared many news article[s], web sites and general information with parents that are in a state of flux ... [Read more]
News and Events
Protect your children!
by Joseph Farah, WorldNetDaily
New National Poll: Nearly 40 Percent of "Ethically Prepared" Teens Believe Lying, Cheating, or Violence Necessary to Succeed
'Lockdown' enters the schoolyard lexicon
by Peter Gelzinis, The Boston Herald
Links to these articles and many more are found at our News and Events page.
Reversing the Mass Exploitation of Children
Children as Problems
Public Attitudes about Public Schools '07
We'd like to remind you that donations made by December 31 are eligible for tax exemption for this year. We would deeply appreciate your help in reaching parents with the message of freedom in education.
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Wishing you peace, happiness, and liberty!
Alliance for the Separation of School & State
Road to Freedom e-Series: We invite you to join us in learning about new empowering ideas and resources that will help you fully embrace your role in directing your children's education.
The Case for Separation:
Take a deeper look at the arguments typically leveled against the concept of Separation of School and State. Easy Q & A format.
Find the articles in this newsletter and much more at our website.
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