Politics

Federal Judge Rules Against High School After It Paints Over Student’s Trump Mural

A federal judge recently ruled in favor of a Louisiana teenager, whose parking space mural of President Donald Trump was painted over by his high school for being "too political." Ned Thomas, a senior at Pine Junior-Senior High School, participated in August in the school's program that allows seniors to pay $25 to paint an assigned parking spot the way they like it, so long as the painting does not include profanity, lewd images, or other students' names. Thomas proposed to paint a portrait of Trump wearing a stars-and-stripes bandana and sunglasses, and was approved by the school's principal. After Thomas completed his parking space mural, however, Washington PariRead More From Source