As early as 1943, the Supreme Court ruled in West Virgina Board of Education vs. Barnette that students being compelled to stand up to salute
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Pro: The Pledge of Allegiance is for Everyone
On June 14, 1777, we stood for the American flag for the first time when the Continental Congress declared, “The flag of the United States
Streetbeat: Should the United States get involved in the Russia-Ukraine conflict?
“Just sending weapons is pretty safe. All I know is that if we do anything more, it might lead to bad things. The U.S. is
Con: A big mistake
A scenario in which the United States physically intervenes in the Ukraine crisis would prove very risky on all sides. Ever since the Russian invasion
Pro: Get in the mix
Russia and Ukraine have been at war for eight years and two months over an issue regarding the old president of Ukraine being overthrown.
Imagination sheds light on incarceration
For a country revered as being the land of the free, the United States are home to a broken prison system that, according to prisonpolicy.org,
Coast to coast solar eclipse visible in the US since 1918, 62 percent totality in LA
Tomorrow marks the first time in 99 years that the continental United States is able to view the total eclipse. The last total solar eclipse
Pierce students attend nationally syndicated Dennis Prager lecture
Many people often seek advice for troubles including debt and “fitting in” and a select group from Pierce were able to receive that advice, at