Asked in Languages and Cultures
Why doesn't the US have a National language?
It actually does. On May 08, 2007 Senator James M. Inhofe declared English the official language. Put that in your juice box and suck it!
That statement is false. Besides, one person cannot declare a language for the US. It must be passed by Congress and signed by the president, and seeing how that has not happened yet, the US has no official language. 30 states, however, have made English the official language.