The main attraction at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) each year is not just the speeches given by rank-and-file conservative politicians and celebrities, but rather with what goes on in the basement exhibition halls. From Ron Paul’s Campaign for Liberty to Phyllis Schlafly’s Eagle Forum to The John Birch Society (the parent organization of The New American) and to the highly controversial participation of GoProud, the exhibition halls this year were teeming with all sorts of participatory groups, each of which was trying to get its message across to as many like-minded people as possible.

The Kentucky state legislature is currently considering legislation that would add religion classes to the public school curriculum. On Tuesday, the state Senate Education Committee approved Senate Bill 56, which allows public schools to teach Bible courses as electives. It currently awaits approval in the House.

Are school children allowed to carry weapons to school?  School districts throughout the nation have policies which ban weapons — and even objects that resemble weapons — from school grounds, buses, and events.

Homeschoolers beware! A “third wave” of persecution that “seeks to curtail or crush the homeschooling movement — specifically, the Christian homeschooling movement — is coming,” warns Michael Farris, chairman of the Homeschool Legal Defense Association (HSLDA).

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.