Should those five high school kids in the San Francisco area apologize for wearing American flag T-shirts on Cinco de Mayo — an act that got them sent home? No, wrote Tom Bevan of RealClearPolitics. "Americans are increasingly fed up with the racially divisive, politically correct insanity pulsating through the country today," he wrote. "After years of being pressured and browbeaten by the left-wing PC police about what they can say, do, think and wear, many Americans have had enough. And they're especially furious with being asked to apologize for things that aren't or shouldn't be in the least bit offensive. The idea that high school kids anywhere in America would be called the principal's office — let alone that they would be asked whether they should apologize — for wearing clothes bearing the image of the United States flag, is a perfect case in point."