Pro footballers aren’t the only ones questioning what it means to practice freedom of expression. Take this scene from Patchworks, released Thursday from Moonshine Cove Publishing, in which two federal bureaucrats dispute the meaning of loyalty.
For the rakish Brad Harcourt it means standing beside his desk every day and pledging allegiance to the flag, and to the republic, for which it stands. For the humble, workaday Manny Teague it means sending his twins to a school that won’t brainwash them.
What does it mean for you? What will it mean for the NFL during tonight’s game?
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