It Takes a Village. . . to Dismantle the Family
The leading contender for president of the United States has enthusiastically endorsed the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child.
The family is already in shambles in America. Nobody's debating that. But what will happen to the few godly families left who still home school and are trying to raise godly children by a biblical model, if Hillary Clinton gets her way?
Here Kevin Swanson reviews the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child and the agenda laid out in Hillary's famous book, "It Takes a Village." He links the agenda of these politicians to the philosophy of Jean Jacques Rousseau, who abandoned all five of his children on the steps of an orphanage on the day of their birth. After all, this was the father of modern education, who advocated the statist form of education from the earliest days of a child's life. His orphanage has grown to include billions.
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