Gary North: Free Market, Ron Paul Curriculum Advance and Public Schools Are Doomed

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Gary North

The Daily Bell is pleased to present this exclusive interview with Gary North

Introduction: Gary North, Ph.D., is Director of Curriculum Development for the Ron Paul Curriculum and editor of the Tea Party Economist and GaryNorth.com. He is the author of more than 30 books, including  Mises on Money and Honest Money: The Biblical Blueprint for Money and Banking and a free 20-volume series, An Economic Commentary on the Bible. Gary North’s articles have been published in The Wall Street Journal, Journal of Political Economy, Commercial & Financial Chronicle, The Freeman, Modern Age, Journal of Libertarian Studies, LewRockwell.com, CoinAge and Coin World.

Dr. North has previously served as a research assistant for Congressman Ron Paul, Editor of Journal of Christian Reconstruction, President of the Institute for Christian Economics, Founder and editor of Remnant Review and a senior staff member…

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4 responses to “Gary North: Free Market, Ron Paul Curriculum Advance and Public Schools Are Doomed”

  1. Baroque Myriam says :

    Cool isn’t it? I got picked too! 😀

  2. sage_brush says :

    I have no experience with the Ron Paul Curriculum, but I have to wonder about science, mathematics, and of course – Scriptural studies, which are the most important part of home school. Also – is it accredited? The reason I ask that, is around here, using an accredited curriculum kept us off the radar.

    • hecaloalc says :

      By accredited, do you mean state approved? Becuase it is not approved by the government, but they have ways of showing students how to use tests like CLEP to graduate college faster or skip it; if you are smart enough. About its courses, it teaches lots about the freedom philosophy, it has science courses, math courses, history courses, government courses, economics courses, public speaking courses, literature courses, and they try to include the Bible in some of them. However, most of what I write about God and the Bible is practically my own understanding. Although, the curriculum has some great teachings itself.

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