In the past three terms, the U.S. Supreme Court has told us — again and again — that the government may never punish people for the content of their speech. As interpreted by the Roberts Court, the Constitution protects even speech that is highly disturbing (videos of dogfights), that has detrimental effects on some audience members (ultraviolent video games), that is brazenly false (lying about having won military honors) or that is grossly offensive to basic human decency (anti-gay hate banners outside military funerals).
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