FL News / The Line of Free Speech

10.06.10 | Bob Price

The U.S. Supreme Court is taking up a controversial free speech case today. Does a hate group have the right to protest at the funerals of American soldiers? Matt Barber with the Liberty Council, a law firm dedicated to upholding religious freedoms, says a lot is riding on this case.


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on 10.08.10 Dave commented

I would think protesting at a soldiers funeral would be a violation of the "Right to Privacy". What can be more personal and private than mourning the loss of a loved one! It seems like this is a conflict of "Rights"! Which should be preeminent? It seems obvious!