Students told they can’t sing the national anthem at the Lincoln Memorial 

A group of high school students with the Young America’s Foundation were told by park police to stop singing the national anthem. According to Fox News:

U.S. Park Police confirmed that the students were in violation of federal law and their impromptu performance constituted a demonstration in an area that must remain “completely content neutral.”

So singing the national anthem at a monument to a U.S. president is no longer considered “neutral”? Evan Gassman of the Young America’s Foundation was present for the incident and later appeared on Fox to talk about what happened:

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