Story: Redding high school paper to be shut down after flag-burning photo
I know it's against the law to actually burn flags, but I wasn't aware we can't publish pictures or write about this act. Does that mean they would have been in the same trouble for showing a picture of someone smoking weed, or a picture of an illegal immigrant working in the U.S? Isn't the idea of free press in tact so we can express ourselves without censorship. Hey guys, you're more than welcome to write for the team at DetentionSlip.
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