Tuesday, October 11, 2005
Our Newest Op Ed
- By Frederick Meekins
Can Students Be Compelled To Stand For Another Country's Anthem?
Wonder if the ACLU will step forward to defend the rights of a student that did not stand during a rendition of the Mexican National Anthem during a school assembly.
More importantly, if one cannot compel Jehovah Witnesses to say the Pledge Of Allegiance or make atheists bow their heads for a moment of prayer, on what grounds can a school demand students stand and render homage to a nation to which the students are not bound and owe no loyalty?.......
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