Robert Tracinski has an excellent piece at The Federalist — Be Kind To Bigots: Repeal the Anti-Discrimination Laws and I recommend its reading.
This is an idea I’ve grown more fond of as the years have gone by. The truest expressions of free speech, the heart of our founding, are the utterances of unpopular things. It’s of no great courage to say something most everyone agrees with nor does that require a shield of rights for protection.
I’ll write on this in the future but for now give the Tracinski piece your attention, and forward it.