Again, I just had to put that in the header, because the phrase amuses me so much that I have to fight back the urge to giggle.
And I am not a giggling type person.
As reported this morning in the Anchorage Daily Snooze, the Supreme Court of the United States has decided to hear the case of the Juneau high school student who was suspended after a school administrator witnessed him brandishing a sign that read, (note to self: do not giggle) "Bong Hits 4 Jesus" at the Olympic Torch Relay in 2002. The brandishing occurred at a location that was NOT ON SCHOOL PROPERTY, (although nearby.)
So it's a free speech thing, but hey, we've already chucked habeus corpus, why not throw out a few other foundations of government?
Sadly, YouTube only has the FoxNews* coverage of the case, but I'll link it, because despite how craptastically bad that right-wing-propaganda-machine-masquerading-as-a-news organization is, sometimes, it is quite funny. Unintentionally, but hey, I'm writing from Squarebanks. One has to take the funny where one can find it.
*Ha! News, my foot.