You Can Look at the Menu But You Just Can't Eat
Sandra Fluke -- remember her? -- has a few things to say about free speech. She's against it:
... there are distinctions between one’s ability to express an opinion versus one’s ability to use F.C.C.-regulated airwaves to do so, and also one’s ability to engage in speech versus one’s ability to engage in slander.
You can say whatever you like, so long as nobody can hear you. Reminds me of President Obama's Keystone XL plan, where you can build the pipeline, so long as it doesn't reach the oil.
Progressivism has become dependent on its victims' ignorance. Which goes a long way towards explaining why they've taken over the public schools, and fight so viciously against vouchers.