Dec 31, 2014 ... Why English should be the official language of the United States. Search ...
Making English the official language would encourage new migrants to learn the
.... House candidate Rick Tyler wants to 'Make America White Again'.
Feb 20, 2015 ... It's time for Congress to make English the official language in the United States ...
to see that the crucible turns our people out as Americans of American nationality
... Absolutely agree English should be the official language.
Sep 3, 2015 ... Carly Fiorina Says English Should Be The Official Language. ... America does not
have an official language and the reality of the nation's ...
Mar 11, 2007 ... English has never been the only language in America. However, it has been and
should remain our primary language and the official language ...
No country with an official language law even comes close. ... Banning English
would prevent that kind of divisiveness in America today. Also, if we banned ...
More important, we should ban English because it has become a world language
Nov 13, 2012 ... If the language they speak is used by enough fellow Americans, they may have
the ... Declaring English the official language of the United States government will
.... As a nation we should have a common and offical language.
For more than 200 years, Americans have gotten by without declaring English
our official language. This raises an obvious question: Why should we do so now
Jul 7, 2013 ... Los Angeles is required by federal law to print ballots in English, Spanish,
Chinese, Vietnamese, Tagalog, Japanese, and Korean. Will America ...
Sep 14, 2010 ... Why English Needs to Be Our Official Language ... sense tells you that you
should be aware of that nation's laws and customs and, yes, ... America. There
has never been a country like it before, and there never will be again.
Aug 29, 2012 ... In the end, the fact that English isn't the official language of the ... but has long
since fallen out of favor outside of North America. ... And, further, should we even
really care what they would have thought in making laws today?