Yes. It's a constitutionally protected form of free speech. Texas v. Johnson, 491 U.S. 397 (1989), was a decision by the Supreme Courtthat invalidated prohibitions on desecrating the American flag.
True at one time the flag was protected ( in Calif ) under the Military and Veteran's Code.
I know it shows blatant disrespect for your country; it probably would be seen as some kind of violent protest if you did it in public.
IDK, but it might get you on a no-fly list if you did that.
You're allowed to, but around here, it would be very harmful to your health if anyone found out about it. There are a lot of flags a flyin.
Yes, the correct method of disposal is to burn it, with respect for it.
Tech. it is protected under the First Amendment.
Both parties do it ideologically all the time I don't see why we the citizens shouldn't be able to do it out of protest.
No, you aren't allowed to.