No reason was given.
We kept the faith.
We fought the good fight.
We finished the race.
The Supreme Court has denied review of the Lake Point case.

I would have thought that these times, above all others, would affirm the importance of the First Amendment right to peacefully tell government what to do.

That's important to all sides on every issue. Without it, there is no "We the people". If you can't sort out what's right by public discussion, the alternatives are dictatorship or violence.

I am so proud of my lawyers, my family, my friends and my supporters who have been with me all the way. They have convinced me that, though this case is over, someone else will come forward and one day, hopefully sooner rather than later, the Supreme Court will re-affirm the First Amendment rights we all thought we had.

We are at the end of the road in the Lake Point case, but the first amendment is not dead, it's just dangling. I'm not at all sorry that I have spent the last 7 years fighting for it.

Meanwhile I'm going kayaking and I'm going to keep on saying what I think.

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