Monday, November 14, 2011

The People's Republic of California: Traitorous Judge Assaults the First Amendment and Bans American Flag

Thanks to an Un-American high school principal and an idiotic delusional liberal judge, our beloved Constitution has taken a direct hit. One man in a position of power, can be credited for shooting down the First Amendment along with the rest of the Bill of Rights. This is the thanks we receive for our youth showing patriotism and loyalty to the United States of America. In making this ridiculous decision, U. S. District Court Judge James Ware has pounded one more nail into the coffin of this once great country. James Ware sold US out to Mexico.

This was nothing short of treason on the part of the school district and the judge. One judge, without opposition, debate or protest, simply did away with one of our basic and fundamental freedoms. Our Founding Fathers are certainly spinning in their graves. They would be ashamed of what the United States has become. This was a stab in the back to every patriotic man, woman and child in this country. As you can imagine, this opens the door to more “anti-freedom” and Un-American decisions by the court system.

First Amendment, U.S. Constitution (For those that forgot)

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

California Students Sent Home for Wearing U.S. Flags on Cinco de Mayo

Administrators at a California high school sent five students home on Wednesday after they refused to remove their American flag T-shirts and bandannas -- garments the school officials deemed "incendiary" on Cinco de Mayo.

The five teens were sitting at a table outside Live Oak High School in Morgan Hill, Calif., on Wednesday morning when Assistant Principal Miguel Rodriguez asked two of them to remove their American flag bandannas, one of their parents told The boys complied, but were asked to accompany Rodriguez to the principal's office.

"Unless I'm missing something, this seems like a blatant violation of the First Amendment," said Wiehl, adding that uniforms are not required at the public school. "And they're wearing, of all horrific things, the American flag."

Censorship: Judge OKs American Flag Ban on Cinco de Mayo in Morgan Hills, CA Gov’t Schools

California students in the Northern California town of Morgan Hill are not allowed to wear American flag t-shirts on May 5th because that is the date of a foreign country’s’ holiday.

” U. S. District Court Judge James Ware was ruling in a case involving students at Live Oak High School in Morgan Hill, CA, who were banned from wearing American flag t-shirts on the Mexican holiday in 2010.

The judge determined that the Morgan Hill Unified School District did not violate the First Amendment and said that concerns by school officials over possible violence justified censoring the pro-American message.

DBOTW: U. S. District Court Judge James Ware

Their lawsuit accused school officials of violating the standard that the Supreme Court set in 1969 when it upheld students’ right to wear black armbands to class, in a silent protest against the Vietnam War, and said schools can suppress student expression only when it threatens to disrupt the educational process.

The flag-bearing shirts caused no disruption, the students’ lawyers said, and school officials were not entitled to interfere just because they believed “the patriotic message may offend some students.” They also said the school allowed Mexican-American youths to wear colors of the Mexican flag that day

District Directory: Morgan Hill School District
Mr. Lloyd Webb, Principal of Live Oaks High School Phone: 408-201-6100

15600 Concord Circle
Morgan Hill, CA 95037
Phone: 408.201.6000

Please use the contact information above to address this issue directly with the Morgan Hills School District. The primary culprit appears to be the principle of Live Oaks High School, Lloyd Webb. He should have respected the rights of his students. I would suggest working up the chain of command from there.

On May 5, 2012, it will please me to see thousands of American flags waving in front of Live Oaks High School. Think about it. We can make this a reality. --Harry L. Hughes III

I pledge allegiance to the Flag

of the United States of America,

and to the Republic for which it stands:

one Nation under God, indivisible,

With Liberty and Justice for all.

On September 8, 1892 a Boston-based youth magazine "The Youth's Companion" published a 22-word recitation for school children to use during planned activities the following month to commemorate the 400th anniversary of Columbus' discovery of America. Under the title "The Pledge to the Flag", the composition was the earliest version of what we now know as the PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE.

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