For the best of reasons, The Slants won the right to trademark racially offensive slurs -- and now there's rather a lot of that

It’s been a year since the Asian-American band The slants won their court case against the US Patent and Trademark office, which had refused to allow them to trademark their band-name because it was a racial slur. The Slants successfully argued that the government’s decisions about what was and wasn’t offensive violated the First Amendment, … Continue reading For the best of reasons, The Slants won the right to trademark racially offensive slurs — and now there’s rather a lot of that