People are rallying behind different flags in this small town and it is becoming a concern. First we have the long-standing flag that has been steadily waving for many years. However, newer offshoot designs are emerging, with their own set of values and philosophies. As people pair off with faithful oaths to each flag, we can see a wedge of dissonance slowly build up between the factions. What are these flags? What are they supposed to stand for?
The American flag is still the most commonly accepted flag that we learned to salute and honor. So that is well-covered.
The Sovereign Citizen flag is something different, which communicates that we are our own people. This flag was developed in the 1930s and not used much. I never seen one flying before until I got the Coquille, Oregon. But I have to wonder if it might be something emerging, possibly from the rise of the black flag?