Got you. You don't research much do you. So we can now ignore what you post as opinion only.
The U.S. Supreme Court has also recognized this right.
The Constitutional Right to Listen - Peter Ferrara - National Review Online
In 1986ís Pacific Gas and Elec. Co. v. Public Utilities Commín of California, the Court held that the constitutional guarantee of free speech protects significant societal interests wholly apart from the speakerís interest in self-expression, including the publicís interest in receiving information. And in 2000ís U.S. v. Playboy Entertainment Group, Inc., the Court ruled that, under the First Amendmentís free-speech clause, the citizen is entitled to seek out or reject certain ideas or influences
without government interference or control.