Court Rules Schools Can Ban American Flag Shirts To Not Offend Mexicans

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled officials at a Northern California high school were right to place concern of racial violence over freedom of expression rights. Administrators at Live Oak High School in San Jose said they were concerned American-flag shirts would incite violence from Latino students, prompting the administrators to order several students to turn the shirts inside out or go home during a 2010 Cinco de Mayo holiday celebration. The school reportedly had a history Read more […]

High School Deemed ‘America Day’ Celebration Too Offensive

In years past it’s the kind of thing that would probably have originated in the school administration office. Now, in today’s upside-down world, it’s been rejected. The Fort Collins High School student council had proposed having a day in which to celebrate their nation during the week-long Winter Spirit Week. They had suggested “Merica Monday” as a way to recognize their national pride by dressing in red, white and blue. The Iron Fist of anti-American political correctness quickly Read more […]