The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday left intact an appeals court ruling that school officials in California did not violate the free speech rights of students by demanding they remove T-shirts bearing images of the U.S. flag at an event celebrating the Mexican holiday of Cinco de Mayo.
The court declined to hear an appeal filed by three students at Live Oak High School in the town of Morgan Hill, south of San Francisco. School staff at the May 5, 2010, event told several students their clothing could cause an incident. Two chose to leave for home after refusing to turn their shirts inside out.Absolutely alternate universe stuff. There is very little left in America which is no longer upside down. Amazing to witness. Much of this madness is being brought to us by Wackydemia and other enemies of American Exceptionalism. But hey, don't sweat it - there's another new iPhone coming out within a year or two. So who cares anyway?