Monday, November 11, 2002
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (how you like them apples, JB?) has just won a big case for free speech by having the University of Georgia affirm that one can fly the ... get this! ... state flag. The case was brought on behalf of a fraternity on campus. Why would UGA want to ban its state's own flag? See if you can figure this one out. Turns out there's been a long history of battle over the flags.