About Oliver DeMille

Oliver DeMille is a New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today and Globe and Mail best-selling author, and popular public speaker and consultant. He is the co-founder of TJEd.org and husband of Rachel (Pinegar) DeMille since 1989. They are the parents of eight children, with five grandchildren and more on the way. You can find his writings on freedom, politics and current events on his personal blog at OliverDeMille.com.
17 10, 2016

Homework, Homeschool, and Mothers: The Weekly Mentor by Oliver DeMille

Trapped Sometimes reading a certain article, book, blog, tweet or other idea just … sticks. It resonates. It’s memorable. It makes you think. Or laugh. Maybe it causes you to frown. Or shake your head in surprise. For example, I recently read an article published [...]

30 05, 2016

A Summer Upgrade!: The Weekly Mentor by Oliver DeMille

Seasons and Lessons I recently saw two different ads in the same magazine that immediately made me think of TJEd. More to the point, they made me think of TJEd parents, youth, and kids, and what they are planning for the summer ahead. Here’s what [...]

10 03, 2015

Homeschool and Testing: The Weekly Mentor by Oliver DeMille

How well do you carry out the great responsibility to always know the right individualized educational goals and objectives for each of your children—each week, every week? And, knowing them, how well do you implement them?

20 08, 2013

A New Freedom Classic is Born!

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins by Oliver DeMille “Somehow it all comes back to coal in school. Besides basic reading and math, most of our instruction is coal-related. Except for the weekly lecture on the history of Panem. It’s mostly a lot of blather [...]

23 07, 2013

The Top Skill of Leadership Education: The Weekly Mentor

By Oliver DeMille Today I read a sentence that really impacted me. It made me pause and really consider. I mean, I’ve read a lot of books about the American founding fathers and mothers, but I’ve never read this before. It’s incredibly deep and important. [...]

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