Whether the shooter at the baseball practice chose this day because it is Flag Day or perhaps the President's birthday or has no idea of those connections to his crime we do not know, but the American Flag Day is an opportunity to consider ways our citizens can unite. Do you fly a flag or make a special effort to celebrate being an American in some way on Flag Day each year? Do you embrace the chance to come together in spite of differences and appreciate the opportunities to work together for solutions to problems, or are you dismissive of Flag Day because of the current political climate?
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It's great to read your answer. Good for you! We know a few people who take on the responsibility that comes with keeping a flag flying year round. Do you celebrate this holiday in a special way? (I proofed the body of this Q, but not the title, obvi
I had missed this. I was a color guard for my city for 2 years. the light shining at night is full respect. I was on call for inclement weather.
I no longer see flags in my neighborhood without seeing those behind them. Thank you.
That's great stuff. Remembering that the flag has flown throughout the country's history is important. It is amazing to hear about California schools starting each day with the Pledge. Do all, or just those in your district/county/region?