It's everywhere - you've heard the story, or read it somewhere. One point to make clear, in case your local talking heads missed it.
The Supreme Court did NOT rule the Pledge of Allegiance to be constitutional. They said the plaintiff didn't have the right to make the case he did. They made no ruling on the Pledge itself.
In other words, this ain't over - there's another case coming through the Ninth Circuit that should force the Supreme Court to make that call, should it get that far.
USATODAY.com - Atheist father blasts decision on pledge
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