NYT V Sullivan Protects Your Right to Get Irrate and Caustic With Government and Public Officials
Welcome back, to another clip from Doc's Thought of the Day. Today Doc discusses the fact that the Supreme Court has ruled in NYT v Sullivan 1964 you can speak to your government representatives in a vehement, caustic manner that sometimes includes unpleasant personal attacks. As long as you are talking to them in an official capacity they can't hang up and cut you off. They have to eat it and listen.