The bias against traditional values is deep and pervasive.

Those who think that a Christian flag should be unique in being disallowed from public flagpoles may not be bigots:

Over the past 12 years there have been 284 flags—from LGBTQ rainbow flags, a Turkish flag with the Islamic star, to Communist China flags—raised on a public flagpole owned by the city of Boston.

But when a local civic organization proposed a Christian flag, officials from the city—known as the Cradle of Liberty—said “no”, making it the first time ever that a proposed flag was rejected for the pole.

The debate is now heading to the U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) with some unlikely bedfellows in support of the Christian organization bringing the case to the nation’s highest court.

It’s likely an indication of confusion begotten of system anti-Christian bias.  These folks really are confused about what it means to “establish religion”; they’re stuck in a mindset where that which is broadly believed or traditional has to be suppressed in order to affirm the right not to believe it, while minority beliefs must be amplified to affirm the right to believe them.  That’s not how freedom, rights, or even tolerance are supposed to work.

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