Judge Andrew Napolitano Explains Open Carry In Public Stores Versus Backyard PartiesSubmitted by chris cudnoski on Tue, 09/17/2013 - 02:34
"Starbucks is a 'public accommodation, meaning it invites the public to come on its property. And when the public comes on its property, the public doesn't shed any of its constitutional rights. So Starbucks could no more say you've got to keep the gun out there, then it could say you have to keep your political opinion out there."
..."If I'm preaching my devotion to Ron Paul so loudly the people can't order their coffee - THEN Starbucks can stop me."