Should hate speech be protected by the First Amendment? | The Tylt
Should hate speech be protected by the First Amendment?
It's exceedingly rare for the Supreme Court to decide unanimously on anything. When Ruth Bader Ginsberg and Clarence Thomas agree on a constitutional matter? Maybe we should pay attention to their argument.
Hate speech is free speech. Now stop whining about it.
American laws are very different than those of other Western democracies, in that we place far fewer limits on what people can say—and defenders of free speech say that's the valuable aspect of our system.
Hate speech is free speech, and this includes hate speech by Muslims, Christians, BLM members, whitenats, communists, and Nazis.