Ginni Thomas

Homeschool Advocate: US Gov’t Bullies Parents And Kids Into Common Core [VIDEO]

As parents increasingly notice government schools indoctrinate children with secular or progressive values, more families are exploring homeschooling as “a freedom initiative” to maintain control over values and beliefs.

Sam Sorbo is a passionate, dedicated homeschooling mom of three and talk radio host. Often on Fox News, Sorbo is an actress, former model and biomedical engineer from Duke University, who is married to actor Kevin Sorbo of “Hercules” fame. She is also the author of recent book “They’re Your Kids.”

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Mandated government schools are failing us, she argues, and are doing more harm than good. It is time for parents to act. Sorbo wants more parents to find the joys of homeschooling their own children out of an abundance of caution for what the school system is doing wrong.

Sorbo says the head of the United Federation of Teachers, Michael Mulgrew, was “bullying” when he stated, “I will punch you in the face and shove you on the ground if you try to take away my Common Core” to teacher applause.

Sorbo also talks about the national discussion on transgender bathrooms forced by the federal government, and reminds us the perversion prescribed for public schools is stated as a communist goal in the Congressional Record.

Sorbo wants parents to “be a hero to your kids.” She realized how beneficial homeschooling was when she tried it while her husband was on a movie shoot, according to this video interview for The Daily Caller News Foundation. She, like other parents, overcame self-doubt and realized “our self-doubt has been instilled in us by the school system.”

Her book starts with a Bertrand Russell quote about public schools being a means of destroying students’ free will, preparing them for servitude. Many students, instead of learning the U.S. Constitution protects God-given natural rights, she says, are learning about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as conceived by the United Nations in 1948.

Sorbo is “offended” by the Republican Congress, the “wet noodle party,” as they do not confront the fundamental transformation of the nation. Referring to the Republicans, she says, “no conflict means capitulation” in her book.

She ends the video interview with what gives her hope in our times.

For more on Sam Sorbo, go to her website, buy her book, listen to her radio show or follow her on Facebook or Twitter @thesamsorboshow. She was also recently interviewed on Varney & Co. You should watch for a coming faith-informed movie she co-wrote and acts in called “Let There Be Light.”

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