Blue laws have already been in place to protect Jewish Orthodox from working on Sundays.
There would be nobody to work the weekend shifts
some things are right but don't agree with the legal system, for instance for a long time slavery was legal. Did that make it okay?
It gives disproportionate power to the few rich to decide which causes deserve funding and it decreases state tax revenue that can be more democratically allocated.
Not even Fredrick agreed that there was a political message behind the banner.
According to Tinker V. Des Moines Independent School District, as long as the speech does not cause a disturbance it is within the rights of the First Amendment.
This fosters important political conversations about serious issues
Principal Morse would have sent a message indirectly if she had not interfered with the banner.
The First Amendment allows schools to restrict such types of speeches.
The best argument that Fredrick could come up with was that it was "funny" and he was trying to get on TV
The banner could have multiple meanings.
The School Speech Doctrine should be applied here.
Freedom of Speech in schools is not as extensive as it is when applied to adults outside of a school setting.
Fredrick's message was considered "cryptic" but was reasonably interpreted as promoting illegal drug use.
Though students may have a right to free political speech in schools, it does not extend to messages promoting drug use since it undermines the school's campaign to discourage drug use.
It is Constitutionally based.
Nowhere in the Constitution does it reference presidential/executive privilege.