"A federal court has ruled
that an American school student has a right to free expression --
unless that American might be threatened for that expression by others,
in which case state officials have the right to quash the offending
expression to appease potential aggressors.
Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled upon the constitutionality of a
decision by the administration at Live Oak High School in 2010. On May
5th of that year, student Daniel Galli and his friends had
the unmitigated gall to wear shirts emblazoned with that offensive
symbol that we call the American flag. Fearing that the unruly
ex-denizens of another country would be infuriated at the mere sight of
it on a day they hold in reverence, the vice principal asked him and his friends to turn their shirts inside out."