The Supreme Court cheerleader case vs workplace free speech – Los Angeles Times

«Justice Stephen Breyer wrote in his opinion for the 8-1 majority. “America’s public schools are the nurseries of democracy. Our representative democracy only works if we protect the ‘marketplace of ideas.’”

But in the marketplace of labor, where a market is just a market, going to the Cocoa Hut on a Saturday and posting “f— Target” or “f— Starbucks” if you don’t get a promotion can be an easy way to get fired from a job at Target or Starbucks, and the Supreme Court won’t say a word.»

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