Washington Post: "Court denies trademark protection to anti-Muslim group"
I'm no expert on American constitutional law, but it looks to me like Pamela Geller is actually in the right in this case. The US government is not allowing her a trademark on the basis that the phrase "Stop Islamization of America" might be offensive to some.
There's just such a depth of loony here that I'll post this without fully trying to analyse what she's up to, but I could see establishment of religion and freedom of speech issues with the government's actions. Put simply, they have no business protecting people from having their beliefs challenged.
What do you think? Does she have a case?