Freedom of speech is a pillar of American ideology, providing protection from rule by the majority and allowing those with minority opinions to participate in political dialog. Generally, the courts have allowed extremely limited restrictions. However, in Frye v. Kansas City Police Department, the Eighth Circuit appears decide the opposite, placing convince for the many over the rights of the few.

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