Of Pledges and Proclamations: Protecting Public Expressions of Faith « Alliance Defending Freedom Blog

I Pledge Allegiance

English: Student pledging to the flag, 1899. English: Student pledging to the flag, 1899. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

“Simply being offended by something does not make it a violation of the Massachusetts Constitution,” says Alliance Defending Freedom Senior Legal Counsel Jeremy Tedesco. “As the lower court found, the recitation is completely voluntary, and listening to the words ‘under God’ does not violate anyone’s constitutional freedoms.”

via Of Pledges and Proclamations: Protecting Public Expressions of Faith « Alliance Defending Freedom Blog.

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I'm a reporter, blogger, husband and aspiring author. When I'm not working, spending time with the family, or reading (which is quite a bit), I enjoy cooking, traveling, photography and wrangling my family's cats.

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