Sensitive readers

The works of children’s author, Roald Dahl, have been given a little contemporary tune-upby Puffin Publishing House. Dahl wrote many well-loved children’s books, such as “Matilda”, “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” and “James and the Giant Peach”. “Sensitivity readers” were tasked with removing anything that might upset…well, anyone. Characters are described as “enormous” rather than fat and Willy Wonka’s… Read More Sensitive readers

Home screen

A new study recently published shows that children between 11 and 18 years of age are spending an astonishing 70 hours a week on devices. Joy Pullman wrote about the findings warning that this is a national crisis. “If your child did anything [else] for 10 hours a day, you’d be worried about him and work strenuously to bring some… Read More Home screen

Unfair exchange

Every Lutheran’s favorite satirist, Pastor Fiene weighed in on President Biden’s plan to wipe $10K off student loans. The internet was flooded with bad Bible-esque takes on how debt forgiveness should be right in every Christian’s wheelhouse. Pastor Fiene says “Comparing the saving work of God’s Son to the government canceling student loans is not an apples-to-apples… Read More Unfair exchange


The Biden administration attempted to remedy the crashing and burning economy last week…by spending more money. The President said qualifying individuals (mostly recent graduates who earn $125K or less) would receive $10K off their student debt. Other folks, like the working class and those who paid their loans, were none too happy about it as this… Read More Debt

Beat the system

Mad readers already know that we are big fans of homeschooling and think that even without the woke agenda taking over public education, the benefit of learning in the home from a parent is invaluable. However, in The Federalist, Katy Faust acknowledged that sometimes it’s just not that easy to remove your kids from the education system. She… Read More Beat the system