What it says, broken out of legalese and removing citations to other cases supporting the decision, is as follows: /4
Here's 3 of the more on point parts. /11
Again, pertinent parts below. /13
So why are we talking about it at all right now?
Because I keep seeing "free speech" tossed around as a reason that folks HAVE to listen to or debate and engage with others. /14
"I get free speech, but you don't, because no matter what I say I think you should have to associate with me." /17
Morally, that's up to you on what you will and won't tolerate and why.
Legally, though, the right flows both ways, and as XKCD has pointed out: the freedom to speech is not the same as the guarantee of an audience. /20