Did anyone bother to read why? It has nothing to do with homeschooling.
From my understanding. This case is about a German family that left Germany because they had been fined for home schooling their children. They sought asylum in the US. They were denied and appealed. They argued that they should not be sent back to Germany because of religious freedom. The US Government argues that they do not qualify for asylum.
This has to do with whether or not the GERMAN family qualifies for asylum here in the US. Nothing to do with US homeschooling.
Now, with respect to the following: "There are two major portions of constitutional rights of citizens—fundamental liberties and equal protection. The U.S. Attorney General has said this about homeschooling. There is no fundamental liberty to homeschool. So long as a government bans homeschooling broadly and equally, there is no violation of your rights."
That may be another story, but I would like some clarification on that statement. Most of these articles are pro-home-school.
If you disagree with me on anything you are not a real libertarian...
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