Boston’s Christian Flag Ban Gets SCOTUS Hearing
The city of Boston allows all ranges of political expression to be used in its row of flags on City Hall. The flagpole regularly features flags ‘celebrating’ diversity and civic engagement, and has included LGBTQ flags and other Leftist cause celebs. The appearance of a Christian flag to represent the Chrtistians of the city, however, is not approved. The case is now going before the Supreme Court, who must decide if the non-Constitutional standard of ‘separation of church and state’ is to be used to exclude Christians from being represented as being part of a diverse community or not.