Justice Breyer Pens a Remarkable Dissent in the Campaign Finance Case, Arguing that Free Expression is a Collective Right to be Permitted Only to the Extent It Furthers the “Will of the People”

Posted by on Apr 03, 2014 at 5:40 pm

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  1. pascal on 4/04/14 at 5:04 pm

    Free Expression is a Collective Right to be Permitted Only to the Extent It Furthers the “Will of the People”

    Will of the People in the same way that all those communist Republic’s were (and still are) “People’s.”

    How is our situation different? The coup of the “free world” was a silent one as the majority of our fellow citizens refused to acknowledge the incremental inroads of the Progs.

    Damn those Progs. Had they only the decency to permit themselves to look like Morloks, maybe we wouldn’t all be looking like Eloi now.