Lia-Symone, Terry & Thyler Yahya talk about entrepreneurship in the beauty industry for a 13-year-old during this time.
King: Flying the Confederate flag absolutely is protected by the First Amendment - which means that the government can't tell private citizens not to do it. Their employers? Businesses refusing to serve them? Nascar banning it? Colleges? The government voting to remove Confederate symbols from Government buildings? Cities removing statues from public property? Literally none of that is prohibited by the First Amendment. If the Government isn't restricting speech, then it's not a First Amendment issue.