What we have in Mississippi this week is a failure to communicate.
A judge in Tupelo yesterday ordered Danny Lampley to jail for contempt of court. His crime? He wouldn’t say the Pledge of Allegiance at the beginning of a court session.
“I don’t have to say it because I’m an American,” the lawyer told NEMS360.com.
Normally, I don’t recommend people read the comments section of Web sites, but the ones here might be a good starting point for a discussion on whether the U.S. Constitution is properly taught in the nation’s schools