Constitution Party of Weber County Caucus Meetings 2018

Please come to the Constitution Part Caucus meeting nearest you at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 20, 2018

To learn more about the party, read about the Seven Principles of the Constitution Party here.

North Ogden, Pleasant Viewm Farr West, Marriott-Slaterville, Harrisville Plain City, north end of Ogden City

North Ogden Elementary School

(south entrance, upstairs in library)

2650 N. 500 E., North Ogden, Utah

Ogden (except northernmost and southernmost parts of Ogden)

Polk Elementary School

(main floor, library)

26th & Polk (1400 E.), Ogden, Utah

South Ogden, Washington Terrace, Uintah, south end of Ogden

Weber County Library, Pleasant Valley Branch

(across from Ogden Regional Medical Center)

5568 Adams Ave., Washington Terrace, Utah

Hooper, West Haven, Taylor, Warren, West Weber

Fielden Residence

5185 S. 6150 W.

Hooper, Utah

Roy and Riverdale

Roy City Hope Community Center

(south entrance, upstairs, Senior Center)

2000 W. 5100 S., Roy, Utah

Huntsville, Eden and Liberty

Weber County Library, Ogden Valley Branch

(library auditorium)

131 S. 7400 E., Huntsville, Utah

Questions? E-mail Reed Miller at reedskeeter at gmail dot com or Lisa Jackson at lisa jackson dot biz at gmail dot com


School Shootings, Social Hierarchy, Cliques, Mean Girls & the Caste System

Homeschooling and Public schooling are so vastly different. One thing homeschooling has on public schooling is, there is no prison-like, prison-inmate-style mob rule democracy environment in homeschooling. People should not be worried about homeschool socialization. Instead, people should be worried about public school socialization, what it is and what it means. Public school socialization makes many people go crazy. It makes kids not want to go to school. I do not blame them.

I remember distinctly the day when, in the beginning of 4th grade, a 5th grade friend of mine told me that I would be in this public school system for 8 more years, and that did not include what I would probably do after that, which would be college. I remember thinking how it was like prison, because we had to stay in that place all day, for most of the year, every year, for many, many, many more years. I remember that I could not wait to get this prison-like torture over with and be free. I was also very sad about how many hears I had left of it. The truth is, a person does not get freedom from the system. When a person is in this society, they are locked into the same social hierarchy system they were locked into in their public school years. The only way to break this system is to rebel against it by homeschooling. The homeschooling movement will save society if it is ever to be saved at all.

This is such a great article. I did read John Taylor Gatto’s book, also. I do agree with all of this article and all of his book. There are the school hierarchies. I went to public school and they existed then. There are the cliques, the people like those in the movie, “Mean Girls,” and a Caste-system style pecking order. They hold up well because everyone feels a need to fall into line. Those at the bottom are kind and good people, more likely to forgive others and apologize, so they do, keeping their place as those at the bottom who apologize apto and forgive those above them.

This was such a great article that I had to put it in my blog. Enjoy!

Great Article on “The Federalist”

I Feel Like a Smooth, Old Mountain Now

As a homeschool mom, I feel solid like a smooth, old mountain now. I do not feel as I did when I was newer to homeschooling. Then, I felt an excitement from the newness and the riskiness of it all. I was rebelling against society’s “normal.” Now, I plug away, doing much of the same day after day, week after week and year after year. I feel the compounding of years of experience and learning. I feel like my older children have a strong, good foundation from many years of steady work on my part, my husband’s part, and their parts. I feel a love and partnership with Heavenly Father, Jesus Christ and The Holy Ghost.

I do not feel anxious or worried that my children will not turn out fine. I feel a smooth, soft joy and a love for them which I feel will help me accept whatever life they choose and whatever they become. I do not worry about test scores. They will be taking the ACT and GED tests, but I plan to be pleased with them even if they possibly take a long time to pass the GED and get a score on the ACT which would get them into our local Weber State University. They are great people. They are prepared enough for life for their ages. I am pleased and happy.

Homeschool Room Spring Cleaning Motivation Video

I homeschool many children. We have a large homeschooling family. Our style is Relaxed Homeschooling. We are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Here is a quick video to watch for motivation to clean your homeschool areas of the house or homeschool room. Enjoy and get energized! If you like it, please sign up to receive my posts (which are not very frequent) in your E-mail box when they come out. If you are a WordPress blogger, please subscribe to my posts on WordPress Reader. Thanks!

Enjoy this very short video!

Motivation For You! Watch me Clean My Homeschool Room


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Housecleaning is Part of Homeschooling

Does Your Family Do Housework on the Sabbath?

Classroom Set-Up: Back to Relaxed Mormon Homeschool

Just Start Cleaning and Ask them to Help

Making Space for a Better Homeschool


How to Make Raw Vegan Rainbow Nori Sushi Rolls

This is really delicious to me. I love it. I hope you love it, too! Recipe, Video, and Photos

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Raw Vegan Rainbow Sushi Rolls

by Lisa C. Jackson

(Gluten-Free, allergen free)

Yield: 16 1″x1″ sushi roll bites

bowl of water

Raw Nori Sheets

1/2 of an avocado with freshly squeezed lemon or lime juice added to keep fresh

1-2 c. cauliflower “rice” style crumbles

Cut the following into tiny, thin sushi style slices, about 1″ tall each:

1/2 of one small tomato

1/4 of an orange bell pepper

Two 1″ sections of a peeled cucumber

1 carrot

1/2 of one beet

1/5 of a mango

the top 1.5″ of 10 asparagus

4 small mushrooms

Put the nori on a bamboo nori roller. Wet it. Put another sheet on top of it and wet it. Flip the nori sheets togetherm to the other side and wet them. Rub the water in so that it sinks into the nori sheets. Scrape about 2 T. avocado up and spread it onto the nori sheet across the width, about one inch. Sprinkle about 1.5 T. of cauliflower crumbles onto the nori across the top of the avocado. Lay vegetable, fruit and mushroom pieces across the same strip of space on top of the other foods. Pick up the bamboo nori roller and roll up the sushi roll. Wet the very end before closing it off. Move it to a plate and cut it into 1″ strips. Stand on ends. Serve with gluten-free raw vegan sauce of your choice or eat as is! Enjoy!

How to Make Raw Vegan Rainbow Sushi Rolls, Youtube

Homeschool Math: My Goals for Teaching My Kids

Math Homeschool

I prefer that my kids learn math in this order:

-First, that they master general math, including the memorization of times tables, division tables and knowing how to subtract and add well, very quickly; They learn that math is fun.

-Second, that they master real world math they will need as children; They learn that they need math for life

-Third, that they master mental math (doing math in their heads so they can figure things quickly without using paper)

-Fourth, that they master any math skills they will need to function successfully as adults

-Fifth, Pre-Algebra with no calculator

-Sixth, Algebra with no calculator

-Seventh, Plane Geometry and Trigonometry with no calculator

-Eighth, Using Math with science, for physics chemistry, etc., with a calculator as needed

-Ninth, Algebra II: Using a calculator for graphing and more complex algebra

-Tenth, Pre-Calculus, Statistics or Personal Finance (a choice)

-Eleventh, ACT math: pass the ACT with a score of 26 in math (not absolutely necessary)

-Thelfth, Pass the GED math test

-Thirteenth, complete University Graduation Requirements for math

The Religious Liberty of Parents to Teach their Children their Religious Beliefs

My Summary of this awesome article:

The public schools teach LGBT doctrines to our kids in schools. We as parents are obligated to teach our own children about our beliefs (esp. about the plan of salvation and that marriage is between one man and one woman) in the gospel of Jesus Christ. We must allow our public schools to respect the religious freedom of all and to teach their children what they think is correct and true. We must love those who believe differently about the family and marriage, with Christlike love. We must respect their rights to have their own beliefs and fight for our own religious freedom. We must fight to keep the liberties of all parents to raise and teach their own children their own beliefs.

The Eternal Importance of Family

Learn about Religious Freedom

The Family: A Proclamation to the World (1995)