Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Supreme Court refuses to label Confederate flag emblem unconstitutional

Via Billy


The U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear a case involving the constitutionality of the Confederate flag emblem on Mississippi's state flag.  A black lawyer argued that the emblem should be banned because it represented white supremacy.

But a lower court refused to hear the suit because the lawyer did not have standing to sue.  The Supreme Court issued its ruling without comment.



  1. Finally a victory. (Of sorts) Keep tough Mississippi !

  2. How in the world can the Confederate flag be construed as
    unconstitutional. Actually, the Confederate flag is very
    legal as there really should have been a Southern Nation
    per the Constitution. But, the income tax IS unconstitutional.