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The uber-liberal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has agreed with a lower district court and three appellate judges that officials at Live Oak High School in Morgan Hill, California could censor students who wanted to wear flag-emblazoned shirts on Cinco de Mayo. The Ninth Circuit denied an en banc hearing on the matter and ordered […]

FLAG DAY – June 14, 2013

I posted this article last year and thought it fitting to post it again today. In the United States, Flag Day is celebrated on June 14. It commemorates the adoption of the flag of the United States, which happened on that day by resolution of the Second Continental Congress in 1777. No other topic gets […]

Fly/Wear/Display the U.S. Flag!

I don’t know about you, but I’m getting really sick and tired of reading about instances where people are banned from flying/wearing/displaying the American flag! I’ve read about people not allowed to display the flag in their apartment window because it violates some ridiculous clause in their rental agreement. Just last week I posted a […]

When Did the Flag Become Disruptive?

So, when did our flag become disruptive?  Well, according to the Olive Garden restaurant, it’s disrupting the dining experience.  Well, who exactly is dining at the Olive Garden in Anniston, Alabama anyway?  Al Queda? When 80-year old Marti Warren of Anniston said she wasn’t allowed to bring an American flag into the Olive Garden for […]