Perhaps its time legal experts come up with a better, more accurate colloquial term that maybe better describes the nuances, complexities, and sometimes the dangerous trends some forms of free speech can lead to(like hate sperch, or libel/slander) than an old, fading descriptive rhetorical device that actually falls apart the more one analyzes and evaluates its logical drawbacks.
Let me put it this way: We all know we shouldn't yell fire in a crowded theater, whether it's illegal or not. We know it's to the benefit of public safety that we don't. The only people who would yell it are people who don't care whether it's illegal or not, or the sovereign citizen types who don't care what they're told.
republicans countered the 2 trillion infrastructure proposal with a 568 billion one
It excludes other big-ticket items in Biden's proposal, including explicit funding for electric vehicles, housing and home careRepublicans unveiled a $568 billion infrastructure framework Thursday -- their answer to President Joe Biden's far more expansive $2 trillion package.abcnews.go.com