The chancellor of the University of California in Berkeley (purportedly one of America's preeminent institutions of higher learning) recently proclaimed support of free speech . . . provided, he added, that it didn't offend or disturb anyone.
Lest you think the politically correct statist proviso, which underlies and is used as to justify speech codes and other forms of censorship, is over-the-top, take a look here at what is getting consideration at the Federal Communications Commission.