Judge Andrew P. Napolitano: Silencing Free Speech

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“In short, we do not need good laws to restrain bad men. We need good men to restrain bad laws.” — G.K. Chester­ton (1874–1936)
Why do peo­ple in pow­er try to silence speech with which they disagree?
Last week pro­duced news about the sup­pres­sion of speech on uni­ver­si­ty cam­pus­es. There, the sup­pres­sion usu­al­ly occurs through the pow­er of intim­i­da­tion before the speech is giv­en. Yet, most pub­lic lec­tures on col­lege cam­pus­es are pub­lic accom­mo­da­tions, mean­ing the landown­er — the uni­ver­si­ty — can­not bar the entry of audi­ence mem­bers because of their polit­i­cal views, nor can it silence the speak­ers because of theirs.

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