Viewpoint discrimination

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The 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals ruled today that Zachery Guiles can wear a T-shirt to school that labels President Bush the “Chicken-Hawk-In-Chief” and accuses him of being a cocaine addict and drunkard.

In other news, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals — the one with all the liberal, free speech absolutists — still thinks believes that a T-shirt stating simply that “homosexuality is shameful” is beyond the pale.

It appears that we now have a circuit split. If the Ninth Circuit persists in its viewpoint discrimination, then the Supreme Court might finally settle this.

0 Responses to "Viewpoint discrimination"
  1. Brian says:

    I would like to hear how the circuits would rule on a case where a student has a T-Shirt that says “Bush is a faggot.”

  2. MarkD says:

    I would like to see how the circuits would rule on a case where a student has a T-Shirt that disses affirmative action or radical Islam. Because some animals are more equal than others.

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