The New Hampshire Supreme Court will decide in the next few months whether a Meredith woman may home-school her child according to her religious beliefs, despite the objections of the child's father.

The Nullify Now! tour is circulating its way through the new year, making its first 2011 stop in Phoenix, Arizona, on Saturday, January 29, where John Birch Society CEO Art Thompson will be speaking on the forces changing the course of the United States.

Understanding and implementing what is acceptable and what is forbidden with regard to language with racial connotations has become a highly specialized discipline in today’s politically charged culture. Witness, for example, that one may generously donate to the United Negro College Fund, or stand in solidarity with the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, but one must never refer to blacks as “negroes” or “colored people.”

A recent survey conducted earlier this month by the Harris Interactive polling firm on behalf of the Bill of Rights Institute reveals some startling, disheartening results.