Instead, the feds are telling us something very revealing about themselves.
The justices unanimously agree that the city was not endorsing the flags, and that therefore it couldn’t exclude religious organizations.
On government curation and government speech.
American society is grappling with complex, nuanced issues connected to race and political power. If we have to filter that debate through the binary of choosing to stand or sit for a national anthem, we'll never get much resolved.
Lawsuit claims administrators were "whipped into a frenzy" by media coverage of NFL players' protests.
Rid private functions of all symbols of the church-state. Then play ball.
President-elect Donald Trump reignites a long-settled argument.
Or maybe spend a year in jail.
'Citizens should not permit them to evade responsibility,' says First Amendment lawyer Ari Cohn.
Teaching kids all the wrong lessons
UC-Irvine Students Tried to Ban American Flag Because Free Speech 'Can Be Interpreted as Hate Speech'
More from the "everything is offensive" crowd.
someone swapped out the American flags
How to nurture controversy for profit 101