No protection needed
The U.S. House voted 247-173 yesterday to approve the so-called “Pledge Protection Act.” The measure, H.R. 2028, bans all federal courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court, from considering constitutional challenges to the Pledge.
‘No court created by Act of Congress shall have any jurisdiction, and the Supreme Court shall have no appellate jurisdiction, to hear or decide any question pertaining to the interpretation of, or the validity under the Constitution of, the Pledge of Allegiance, as defined in section 4 of title 4, or its recitation.’. The limitation in this section shall not apply to the Superior Court of the District of Columbia or the District of Columbia Court of Appeals.
Lame, I say.
OK, I’m testing Troy’s new router setup by uploading this picture:
This is the dresser I helped a friend move to his upstairs bedroom the other day on my lunch break. Then we went to get a chicken salad sandwich at the Jacksonville Coffee Club. They were out of chicken salad, but made more just for us. Woo!