Here are few excerpts from his editorial,Upside Down Education.
I think the state court is looking at the state Constitution upside down. The court finds no constitutional right to homeschool one's children. But in a free country, people are free to do anything not expressly prohibited by law. If the Constitution is silent about homeschooling, then the right is reserved to the people. That's how the framers of the American Constitution said things are supposed to work.
I'm please that he looked at the issue through the perspective of Constitutional soundness. The California courts are notorious for trying to reinterpret and redefine the American Constitution.
I found the 300 + comments on the article at Townhall.com very entertaining. I am continually amazed how eager some people are to blindly entrust their freedoms to government agencies.
Justice H. Walter Croskey, California appellate court