What a bizarre day for the law.
First, a bunch of self-professed kidnappers are publicly expressly their dismay at their kidnapping being called a hoax.
Then the U.S. Supreme Court refuses to hear a case that says that, although you can't ban burning a U.S. flag just because it might infuriate others who might resort to violence, wearing a U.S. flag can be banned because it might infuriate others who might resort to violence.
And the governor of Connecticut is banning state travel to Indiana, because Indiana just passed a religious freedom bill that offends him. Of course, it's not quite as strong and offensive as the one that's been in place in Connecticut for the last 22 years, but nobody cares about that one.