Pledge Rights in 350 Words

By James Sargent

The Pledge of Allegiance

Some people are removing the ever loved Pledge of Allegiance from our schools because of the words "One nation under God" offending non-Catholic men and woman. But obviously, you should notice yourself, every school day, pledging to our 50 stars and 13 stripes. It used to be law in all 50 states that you may not pledge to the flags. Weird right?


It is true, but that doesn't mean every one hates the Pledge of Allegiance. You are probably pledging in school every day. I have recorded this in the paper.


James: "So how do you feel about the Pledge of Allegiance being in schools?"
Kameron: "I feel it's a good thing because it honors people serving in the military."

James: "Thank you for letting me interview you"



This interview was made by Kameron. Check Kameron's website (fsgy) on smore for his idea of religious rights in school.



James: "So how do you feel about the Pledge of Allegiance being in schools?"

JJ: "I like the pledge being in schools."


James: "Thank you for letting me interview you"


This interview was made by JJ. Check out JJ's website (npru) on smote for his idea of freedom of speech in schools.


James: "So how do you feel about the Pledge of Allegiance being in schools?"

Ryan: "I think the pledge is pretty good."


James: "Thank you for letting me interview you"




This interview was made by Ryan. Check Ryan's website (zha8) on smore for his idea of the Pledge of Allegiance in school.


I feel that the pledge should be in schools because it allows a lot more freedom to the students, for you could choose whether to pledge or remain silent while every one else pledges. It is a much better system I think. The pledge also shows that you are dedicated to this nation, the United States of America.


The pledge is a great part of our every day lives, which should stay in our schools for our future generations to recite every day. There are great leaders who recite the Pledge of Allegiance in our nation.


This essay was completed 11/14/2013 at 11:36 AM.