Presidents Who Damaged America: Free Course, Use it in Your Homeschooling!

What do you all think of the current presidential race? Whatever your leanings, 2016 is a great time to educate ourselves and our kids about what truly makes a president great. It’s so important that we don’t get caught up in the world’s view of presidential greatness.

So I am happy to share these words from Tom Woods, my favorite political blogger, with an offer of a course about the presidents based on a liberty/Constitutional point of view:

“If I may adapt a gruesome line attributed to Diderot: we’ll start making progress when the last political consultant is strangled with the entrails of the last politician.”
That’s not quite the view conveyed to us in school. The presidents are portrayed as messianic figures, without whom we would surely be wallowing in poverty and misery.

Today is your day of emancipation. No longer shall you be in thrall, even slightly, to the myths of the high school textbook. I am presenting to you, as a free gift, a pro-liberty, 22-lecture course on the presidents.

You can watch it on your device as streaming video, or you can download it as an audio course to listen on the go.

If I were to tell you that you’ll never look at the presidents the same way again, that would be an extremely delicate way of putting it.

Here’s the link:

It’s password-protected. The password is executive.

This is one of the 16 courses offered at my Here’s your chance to try one out for free.

You’ll get access to 22 videos, 22 audio files to download for listening on the go, and a complete bibliography of reliable books on the presidents.


Tom Woods

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