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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Clay Earnest
Two students who wore Sept. 11 tribute T-shirts to their high school in Slayden, Miss., are in trouble with administrators, who accused them of dress code violations and ordered them to change clothes.
The other, Clay Earnest, wore one that said "U.S. pride" on the back.
Clay, meanwhile, said some students said his shirt looked like it was promoting "gang" messages — a claim he strenuously argued.