The school was right, Navy. They have uniform standards and can't even break them for 9/11 remembrances.
I am, however, confused by all of the posts claiming this is "Fox outrage" and all of that. I see no evidence of "outrage" or anything else coming from the Fox article. There is no opining on anything and no accusations similar to what Navy made in his OP (left and political correctness, etc.). Fox wasn't the only outlet to report on this story. Those of you attacking Navy by denigrating Fox are just as guilty as he is of making false claims.
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Yes, I think it was a story. The kid wanted to wear something, and the school has a policy against it. I think we've seen these kinds of stories before. How about the recent story about the little girl who was suspended after she shaved her head to show solidarity with her friend who has cancer? That was a story - and it had a thread on here.
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