The occupy wall street protesters lately have found themselves in trouble with the cities they are trying to occupy. Mainly, their battles are over their overnight stays in parks in tent cities, which are illegal in most of their places.
However, the "occupy" protesters are arguing that their form of protest is protected under the First Amendment, or freedom of speech. I think in this case I'll agree with them, since their goal is to "occupy" a place, they do have the right to actually occupy it. In fact, if a protest would like to camp out in a public space, I'm all for it. It should be protected under the Constitution's first amendment.
What do you think? Is a tent city considered free speech?