There are laws, such as proclamations enacted for symbolic reasons, etc., that neither require nor prohibit conduct. In other words, the law creates neither a right/benefit nor a duty. Can any such law be characterized as serving a "compelling government interest," which is a test used in a constitutional strict scrutiny analysis. Just one example of such a compelling statute would be interesting.
The composition consisting of the words and music known as the Star-Spangled Banner is the national anthem.
This, on its own, simply defines our national anthem, and even part (b) only says what people should (not must) do while it is being played.
“In God we trust” is the national motto.
The President is requested to issue each year a proclamation...