My Country 'tis of who?

From a judge's ruling upholding a restriction in a California school district that prevents students from wearing an American flag on Cinco de Mayo: On Cinco de Mayo in 2009, a verbal exchange and altercation arose between a group of predominantly white and a group of Mexican students. This altercation involved an exchange of profanities and threats were made. A makeshift American flag was put on one of the trees on campus. A group of Caucasian students began clapping and chanting "USA" as this flag went up. This was in response to a group of Mexican students walking around with the Mexican flag. One Mexican student shouted "f**k them white boys, f**k them white boys." Vice-Principal Rodriguez directed the minor to stop using such profanity. The minor responded by saying "But Rodriguez, they are racist. They are being racist. F**k them white boys. Let's f**k them up." Vice-Principal Rodriguez removed the minor from the area.... When Plaintiff M.D. wore an American flag shirt to...(Read Full Post)