Should America Bring Back One-Room Schoolhouses?

One-room schoolhouses might remind you of something out of Little House On The Prairie, but they could help save America.

In this special episode of the Sentinel Report on Lindell TV, Alex Newman, Liberty Sentinel Media CEO and author of the book “Crimes of the Educators,” is joined by Nathaniel Davis of Aletheia Christian College to discuss how one-room schoolhouses can save America.

In the news, Alex covers:

1–Senator Ron Johnson says COVID and tyranny were preplanned by elites. We just interviewed him for The New American. Check it out at 

2–Washington Examiner: The Environmental Protection Agency in Joe Biden’s first two years as president has quietly steered over double the amount in taxpayer-backed payouts to liberal climate activists and other groups than in President Donald Trump’s four-year term combined. 

Trump EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt issued a 2017 memo vowing to end “sue and settle,” which involves groups challenging the government on aligned issues, followed by agencies ending disputes and approving rules they may be unable to push through Congress. The EPA under Biden, which revoked the memo, spent over $6.9 million in 2021 and 2022 on attorneys’ fees for settlements with largely environmental groups under the Clean Air, Clean Water, and Endangered Species Acts, whereas agency payouts were $3.6 million for Trump and $5.7 million during Barack Obama’s second presidential term, records reveal. 

3–Liberal States Shut Down Christian Families From Adopting Just Because They’re Christians: The Illinois Department of Child and Family Services (DCFS) demands “PRIDE training” and this directive: “All DCFS/POS staff, providers, and foster parents shall treat LGBTQ children and youth in an affirming manner and proactively work to create a respectful space.” The New York City Administration for Children’s Services (ACS) religiously proclaims the same: “ACS (New York City Administration for Children’s Services) is dedicated to building a system where all foster homes and family supports are LGBTQ-affirming.” 

So, what if you don’t affirm homosexuality, bisexuality, transsexuality, et al.? You’re excluded, of course. Just in the last several months, two cases have illuminated the reality that “LGBT rights” and the First Amendment cannot co-exist. In Massachusetts, Catholic couple Mike and Kitty Burke were denied their application to foster because they did not bow. In Oregon, Jessica Bates, a widowed mother of five, was refused because of her “religious beliefs.”

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