|English: Painting, 1856, by Junius Brutus Stearns, Washington at Constitutional Convention of 1787, signing of U.S. Constitution. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
Are free speech/academic freedom compatible with the right to bear arms? "No" is the answer in this instance. So how can the First and Second Amendments of the U.S. Constitution co-exist, when those with the guns get to "call the shots"?
The pen may be mightier than the sword, but bullets seem to speak louder than words.