Jayme Metzgar is a Senior Contributor at The Federalist. She is the founder and president of Romania Reborn, a Christian non-profit working to find families for abandoned children. She believes in private charity, free markets, individual liberty, and baking with real butter. Jayme and her husband live in West Virginia with their four children, whom she educates at home.
For a state that couldn’t pass a modest measure on Education Savings Accounts just two years ago, it’s a breathtaking turnaround. What changed?
Last week, Vice President Kamala Harris gave an exclusive interview to a local television news station in West Virginia. In the interview, Harris was asked about Read Full Article >
Why did the newspaper of record deem it worthwhile to launch a three-week investigation into the life stories of a Supreme Court nominee’s minor children?
While some of these tweets were later deleted or walked back, the left had tipped its hand: Barrett’s two young, adopted children are not considered out-of-bounds for witch hunts and smears.
We’re talking two to four million more homeschooled children this fall. Is this a one-year coronavirus phenomenon, or will it change education forever?
Fireworks coming up from nearby backyards, fireworks sparkling across the ridge, fireworks from two neighboring states glimmering in the distance. It was pure magic, and we all felt it.
America isn’t built for one ethnic heritage. As a nation founded on fundamental and universal ideas, the idea of America belongs to all of us.
A barber who had been cutting hair for more than 50 years never set out to make a stand. He just wanted to pay his bills.
Adoptive families stuck abroad aren’t looking for shortcuts. They simply want efficiency and consideration of these extraordinary circumstances.
Let me give you a few simple ideas, informed by decades of homeschool experience, that will help you and your kids make the most of your weeks at home together.
Like any political gathering numbering in the tens of thousands, the March for Life is a fascinating intersection of backgrounds, cultures, and faith traditions.
I’ve spent my adult life working to alleviate the damage of Marxism. We don’t want it here.
You won’t be able to single-handedly change the culture of America, but changing the culture of your neighborhood is well within reach. It’s a place to start.
Luke and Brittney Stasi appear to have been victims of an unannounced policy change at the U.S. State Department keeping parents from bringing their adopted children home. Will Congress act?
Despite fierce opposition from teachers unions, the GOP legislature makes a small first step toward allowing parents and children to have more control over their futures.
Adoption advocates ask the courts to block a crippling new State Department policy that would harm waiting families and children.
The industry’s overregulation is making it increasingly difficult for willing families to take the plunge and attempt international adoption.
Teachers’ unions use children as bargaining chips, intimidating legislatures into giving them endless political power. So what do parents and teachers think of them when they can be honest?
These stories bear too many similarities to be seen simply as isolated attention-seeking. Progressivism is a toxic belief system, incompatible with freedom, peace, and unity.
The more I watched, the more I became convinced that Marie Kondo is the hero we need to declutter the giant, oppressive mess we’ve made of the U.S. government.
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