Pledge discrimination, past and present.
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12-10-2014, 04:38 AM
Pledge discrimination, past and present.
This goes on throughout the united states on a constant basis.

http://www.pe.com/articles/school-751716...acher.html

Now some may remember the Newdow case being thrown out by the SCOTUS. It is a myth that they ruled on the two words "Under God", no, the SCOTUS threw the case out on the technicality that Newdow did not have enough legal custody over his kid to bring it to the lower court.

If this parent wants to file another case they can.

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12-10-2014, 05:03 AM
RE: Pledge discrimination, past and present.
In the UK the Labour party are talking about introducing a public oath for teachers... Something tells me it'll have "God" in it somewhere.

I don't get all this pledge of allegiance stuff... Why do kids have to pledge allegiance to anyone or anything?

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