These days it seems that celebrating America is not exactly politically correct — whether it’s public schools banning the U.S. flag or professional football players refusing to stand for the Star-Spangled Banner.
We’ve seen protesters burn Old Glory while politicians bicker about whether these great United States are still a most exceptional country.
But there’s a little high school on the shores of Lake Michigan that still believes in America. They still believe in concepts like God and Country, duty and honor — the idea that we are still that shining city on a hill.
And what they folks at Mona Shores High School did before the Thursday night football game on Sept. 1st has folks all across the fruited plain grabbing for a hanky.