The state Supreme Court recently ruled that yelling profanity at police is protected by the First Amendment (TNT, 6-26).
Apparently, it’s now legal to shout profanity in public, even if it causes a disturbance for others. Freedom of speech is great, if it’s directed towards police officers, not judges.
I suggest no one ever stand on the front steps of the state Supreme Court and shout that the justices are liberal morons with a pro-criminal agenda. You should also not point out that the state Supreme Court is completely unaccountable to, and out of touch with, the citizens of …