The state Supreme Court recently ruled that yelling profanity at police is protected by the First Amendment (TNT, 6-26).
Apparently, it's now legal to shout profanity in public, even if it causes a disturbance for others. Freedom of speech is great, if it's directed towards police officers, not judges.
I suggest no one ever stand on the front steps of the state Supreme Court and shout that the justices are liberal morons with a pro-criminal agenda. You should also not point out that the state Supreme Court is completely unaccountable to, and out of touch with, the citizens of this state.
You definitely shouldn't make it clear that you can find more competent judges at a wet T-shirt contest. You will quickly learn free speech comes with a bail amount.