Freedom of Speech is like pornography. It is hard to define, but you know it, when you need it. In a place like AUI-S, you hear a lot about it but you don't see it. For a Composition teacher it is a dependent phrase, while for a Geography teacher, it is the only thing that can't be found on the map of Iraq.
In Kurdistan, for example, there is always freedom of speech. However, there is also another freedom: Freedom of cutting tongues. So you can go to the Freedom Square and shout as loud as you want, but then you have to be ready to pay the price.
It is strange that only free people get annoyed by free speech. Slaves do not seem to care about anything said for them or against them. They know that as long as it is "speech" it doesn't hurt. Because they have not heard Shakespeare saying: