Flags Furthered and Fallen

Flags Furthered and Fallen

A horrendous crime in South Carolina spurs many states to retire a flag associated with a history of horrendous crimes since the days of the confederacy.

The Supreme Court’s healthcare ruling allows Obama to plant the flag of legacy firmly in a program of affordability and access that will always be called Obamacare.

Though progressives rallied behind a flag of anti-corporate, populist revolt, the Senate’s passage of Fast Track showed that Wall Street’s flag still waves of the Capitol.

Among Supreme decisions and symbolic fights, some legacies are secured and others diminished in a week of flags — furthered and fallen.

Don’t let your energy flag — come salute a night of lively conversation and liberal libations at your local progressive social club.

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