This article, published in the Star Tribune and written by Brock Vergakis discusses a legal case that just went through a Virginia district court. Police force members were fired for liking the Facebook page of police chief opponent during the election. While the district court ruled that a "Like" is not protected speech, the attorney argues that this is inconsistent with rulings on symbolic, even puerile speech. If any meaning is to be evoked from the speech, it is to be protected.
The logos argument discusses in detail the legal aspects of the case and each attorney's argument. The kairos argument, however, was overlooked, and the situation of the election and what could have prompted these outcomes was highly relevant. There was also a lack of pathos here, as we don't know anything about each individual or their story. It is impossible to decide which of the folks discussed are credible, and which have what previous stances.
It is an interesting article, but for the case they were reporting on, they fell short.