Lately, free speech has been treated as if it were some kind of privilege, revocable by the government whenever it has some sort of overriding interest. But the funny thing is that the U.S. Constitution doesn't treat free speech as if it were a revocable privilege. Under the Constitution, Free Speech is a Civil Right. Remind everyone of this when you wear this freely speaking shirt out and about town.
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