One wag wanted to know if Trump hugged the pants.
"Late Show" host hits at the president's "historically long and epically weird" CPAC speech.
Donald Trump Jr. tried to call out Democratic congresswomen for not wearing flag pins at the State of the Union address.
Flags are used to instill pride and hope, but for many people, the Mississippi flag represents oppression and terror.
He's all #ProudToBeAnAmerican.
The Florida Republican tweeted that not showing Neil Armstrong (played by Ryan Gosling) planting the American flag on the moon is "total lunacy."
The Fox News commentator defended herself, telling "selectively patriotic snowflakes" that her outfit is legal.
"This is sarcasm right?"
There is a profound difference between indoctrination and civic instruction, and I venture to say that given the current state of civics and the political environment of this country, we are now witnessing the prevalence of indoctrination over civic knowledge.
n spite of the fact that America has not been good or fair to black people, African Americans have always remained loyal to this nation. African Americans have fought to show their love for America and to hopefully "earn" their way to full citizenship.
Some states had rearranged the stars out of the grid in an attempt to standardize the flag. Nonetheless, President Taft introduced delimited proportions and standardization guidelines.
Pride in America and core values of honor and duty have been reclaimed by the masses. No longer is patriotism the exclusive province of the Republican Party.