The Supreme Court Delivers Another Stinging Rebuke to Anti-Free-Speech Authoritarians By David French


Perhaps the worst government affront to the rights of conscience, far worse than mere censorship, is compelled speech, the practice of forcing Americans to fund or express ideas they find abhorrent. It's one thing to tell a man or woman that they can't speak. It's another thing entirely to compel them to use their voice, their artistic talents, or their pocketbook in support of a cultural, political, or religious enterprise with which they disagree.