Scary protesters in Alexandria, Virginia, outside the home of Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito. (Photo: BBC via Reuters)

On the night of Cinco de Mayo, police placed an eight-foot “nonscalable” fence around the Supreme Court building and reinforced it with concrete barriers. Some of us may remember when the Supreme Court back in 2014 struck down a Massachusetts law mandating a 35-foot buffer zone around women’s health clinics in a unanimous ruling that decided a buffer zone is an infringement on First Amendment rights. This is what happens, of course, when we exercise…



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