The question is, what is the rule for flying the American flag at night? (For those of you who think that it is silly to "have rules" for such things, don't look at what Washington is doing to American health care these days.)
To make it easy, this is a multiple-guess test:
- The flag must be flown from the building itself and not on a flag pole at ground level.
- The flag must be flown on the side of the main (public) entrance to the building.
- The flag must be flown on the East side of the building, facing the rising sun.
- The flag must be illuminated.
UPDATE: "Poll" updated to "Pole" per the admonition of Bill, from Chelmsford.