The Federal Circuit has taken upon itself the task of hearing a case that could turn trademark law on its head.  The question before the court is whether banning someone from trademarking an offensive mark is a violation of that person’s constitutional right to freedom of speech.  As of right now, if your trademark is disparaging, scandalous or immoral, the USPTO will probably reject it.  That could change if the court rules that a trademark is speech for the purposes of the First Amendment.  I know some craft brewers who would love to register a scandalous or immoral trademark, and this may be their big chance.