S/O praying in the mall: Do your rights extend to other people's private property
Do you believe that your Constitutional rights are absolute and cannot be limited or infringed upon by anyone, anywhere?
Do you think they are absolute and cannot be limited in public use locations, such as restaurants, malls, movie theaters, etc?
Do privately owned businesses have a right to decide what behavior/conduct they will and will not allow in their business?
Example 1: Starbucks asking individuals to not bring guns into their facility. Is that their right, or does your 2nd amendment trump their right to make choices regarding their property and business?
Example 2: mall having a rule that limits proselytizing/organized group prayer within it's facilities? By saying that no organized group is allowed to organize a pray circle or proselytize are they risking a civil liberties lawsuit?