The way to express your opinion about the NFL players who are protesting the National Anthem is to boycott, writes Mike Norris of Oakhurst. He objects to people who disrespect our flag and country, he says. Kenny Johnson, above, owner of the Bureau Bar in the south loop of Chicago, has decided to boycott the NFL games for not signing quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
The way to express your opinion about the NFL players who are protesting the National Anthem is to boycott, writes Mike Norris of Oakhurst. He objects to people who disrespect our flag and country, he says. Kenny Johnson, above, owner of the Bureau Bar in the south loop of Chicago, has decided to boycott the NFL games for not signing quarterback Colin Kaepernick. ABEL URIBE TNS
The way to express your opinion about the NFL players who are protesting the National Anthem is to boycott, writes Mike Norris of Oakhurst. He objects to people who disrespect our flag and country, he says. Kenny Johnson, above, owner of the Bureau Bar in the south loop of Chicago, has decided to boycott the NFL games for not signing quarterback Colin Kaepernick. ABEL URIBE TNS

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September 26, 2017 04:13 PM

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