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So sorry I know this story might be a little old but when I first heard it I was so angry
It is just unfathomable how we cater to every and any group in this country.
She then tries to put me in a corner by asking if I would vote to pass same sex marriage. after I told her no
and it later went to scotus based on anti mask laws being a ok www.irishtimes.com...
CNN) -- Is wearing a masked hood at a public rally the same as shouting "Fire!" inside a crowded theater -- or is it closer in significance to burning an American flag? Legal rulings on what is protected under the First Amendment free-speech law have used the classic "yelling fire in a crowded theater" metaphor to describe an act that could endanger society -- and thus can be regulated. Burning a flag, on the other hand, has generally been considered a protest that should be protected. A 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel ruled on Tuesday that a New York state anti-mask law did not violate the free-speech rights of supremacist groups such as the Ku Klux Klan. Legal experts are divided on this ruling and whether it clarifies contradictory court decisions on wearing masks at public demonstrations.