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TODD STARNES SC HS reverses anathema on American dwindle during stadium

Students during Travelers Rest High School in South Carolina will once again be means to call American flags during football games.

Principal Lou Lavely topsy-turvy his anathema on Old Glory only a few hours after we posted a mainstay about a argumentative decision.

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The high school’s track is named after my good uncle — Chico Bolin, a flashy World War II Marine veteran.

Uncle Chico restarted a football module during Travelers Rest in 1949 – and named a group a Devildogs in respect of a Marines.

Following is a propagandize district’s finish statement:

“Today, after assembly with Travelers Rest tyro and expertise leadership, and with a advantage of time to reflect, Mr. Lavely has reached a opposite decision. He formed this preference on stream students’ ask that he decider them on their possess merits and not formed on a actions of past students.  As a result, effective immediately, students are authorised to move a American Flag to any and all Travelers Rest High School events.  Instead of restricting possession of a flag, a TRHS administration will, if needed, residence a injustice of a Flag, or any other inapt behavior, on an particular basis.

“I entirely support Mr. Lavely’s courteous reconsideration, and his eagerness to respond to recommendation and submit from his community,” pronounced Superintendent Burke Royster. “I am elegant of a Travelers Rest High School village for pity a concerns and opinions on this matter in a respectful, polite manner.  we also conclude and extol their enterprise to foster nationalism and use as a partial of a enlightenment of their propagandize and am in agreement that students’ enterprise to lift and arrangement a American dwindle should be speedy and upheld via a District.”

Uncle Chico, who upheld divided in 2007, lived prolonged adequate to see a propagandize name a new football track in his respect – a flashy fight favourite who desired America.

So we can know since a family was uneasy to learn that students and fans were primarily blocked from entering a track with American flags.

This object seemed in a Greenville News:

“Several people posted about a occurrence on amicable media Saturday, claiming a tyro wasn’t authorised to lift a dwindle into Friday night’s Travelers Rest – Berea diversion since it competence provoke Berea’s vast Hispanic community.”

Beth Brotherton, a orator for Greenville County Schools, reliable to me that several students who wanted to move American flags were blocked from entering a stadium.

“The principal, in an bid to forestall any intensity emanate in this adversary game, motionless not to concede students to move in full-sized American flags,” she told me. “They were incited divided during a embankment with a dwindle and told they were acquire to come in though they could not move their flags with them.”

So here’s a behind story: during final year’s game, some students allegedly flew Old Glory and hollered out, “Go home, go home.”

“The principal done a preference in terms of what he suspicion was best for tyro safety,” Ms. Brotherton said. “Because of before incidents, that was not something he felt like was in a best seductiveness of progressing a good attribute between a dual propagandize communities.”

Travelers Rest Police Chief Lance Crowe disagreed with a principal’s preference and dismissed off a matter vouchsafing a locals know that a military dialect loves America and Old Glory.

“To my knowledge, each TRPD officer, solely one, believes that exclusive a American dwindle from a football diversion is not a scold policy,” Chief Crowe wrote.

Todd Starnes is horde of Fox News Commentary, listened on hundreds of radio stations. His latest book is “God Less America: Real Stories From a Front Lines of a Attack on Traditional Values.” Follow Todd on Twitter@ToddStarnes and find him on Facebook.

Article source: http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2016/08/29/high-school-reverses-american-flag-ban-at-football-stadium.html