I have a bad feeling about this article I don’t know about you, but I’m not exactly thrilled to hear the news about a federal court ruling on a Texas license plate that bans the symbol for the Confederacy.
But it’s a good thing that I have the license plate in the first place, as this means that I can easily spot license plates in my vicinity.
And while that license plate is technically not “Confederated,” the Confederate Flag is a flag that’s been flown at half-staff in South Carolina for almost a century, so there’s a chance that you might recognize the Confederate logo in it.
That’s a little more difficult to do if you’re in Oklahoma, where the state’s governor has taken the unusual step of declaring March 3, 2019, as “Confede the Flag Day.”
(It’s a date from 1863, and it’s not actually a day of celebration, but rather a national day to honor the Confederate battle flag.)
So if you want to see a licenseplate that clearly says “Confederation,” there’s one in Oklahoma that looks like it belongs to the U