First time on this site. Was looking for information about whether or not to display my flag on Labor Day. Don't think I will. But plan to display it on Sept 11. But!!, now as I was reading flag etiquette, I found a mistake, an oversight or what-have-you. The Texas flag is to be flown at the same height as our nation's Stars and Stripes. Texas joined the Union as a sovereign nation, the Republic of Texas. Not to put too fine a point on it, but as I understand it, we are not currently a sovereign nation, but we/it maintain(s) the right to secede (without breaking a law). By extension, (it just occurred to me), Texas was the only state that did not commit treason by joining the Confederacy.!! Thinking about it, it seems, however, that if the Texas flag is displayed with other states' flags, with or without an American flag, it should probaby be flown at the same height as the states' flags. So, in general, in Texas, when the Texas and American flags are flown together, they should be at the same height. I seem to remember that this summer, when our family drove to California and back, we saw, ah, yes, my family just confirmed, we saw the Arizona flag flown at the same height as the American and British flags in Lake Havasu at the London Bridge. Hmmph!