This article focuses in on an issue in Shreveport, Louisiana surrounding dress code. The Commissioner of Caddo Parish (Shreveport falls within the parish) has planned to introduce an ordinance-forbidding people from appearing in public wearing pajamas. The author solidly pokes fun at what they believe is a ridiculous policy. The author points out the Commissioner included that pajamas could extend to yoga pants, weightlifting or jogging clothing. The author calmly points out that the Commissioner stating "The moral fiber in America is dwindling" really involves issues separate form the trends seen in youth. The author adds that the latest trend actually covers more than previous ones witnessed in youth fashion.
Where the author really secures support from the audience is when they argue that pajamas won't destroy moral fiber any more than tie-dyed shirts or bell-bottom jeans did, making a strong parable. The author makes the Commissioner's proposal seem silly in nature.