In my opinion the SCOTUS opinion on the matter is wrong. For that matter the laws on public accomidation if they apply to privately held business are also wrong, and unconstitutional in my opinion. The public accomidation laws should ONLY apply to PUBLIC, IE government facilities. The SCOTUS opinion violates 2 rights that of association and property, as do public accomidation laws. Protected classess are also a violation of the constitution as ALL people must be protected EQUALLY under the law in my opinion.
As a property owner I have inherent rights associated with my property, among them who and what I allow on my premisis. The very nature of property ownership implies control. Do I the property owner, determine the conditions of entry and conduct on my property? If no, then I really don't own the property. Do I have a choice in who is allowed onto my property and the conditions under which they will be allowed. That is the question I think in a nutshell. This regardless of whether or not it is a business is the question. My answer is yes I have a choice. To say otherwise would be to deny me the rights that ownership implies. It also destroyes the whole notion of freedom. If I am not free to control my property as I see fit, what other rights are subject to others whims?
All people have the right to dend themselves. They also have the right to keep and bear the tools neccisary for their defence. To keep those tools about their person if they so choose. I would deny NO man this inherent right. However this is in public, in their OWN home, and I dare say in ANY PUBLICLY owned building. The freedom to keep and bear arms is sacrosanct in the Public sphere. I also allow them in my home so long as they notifiy me first. That said, what if I the property owner decided I do not want arms on my property for whatever reason you would care to think up or none at all. This is where the freedom of association and property rights come into play. Our domain is were we have our unique control. You have control over your domain, I have control over mine. Your domain is sacrosanct, as is mine. Should people be forced to associate with those they do not wish to?
I would dare say the answer would be an almost universal no.
So the crux of the argument comes down to this do I have the freedom to associate with those I choose, and do I have control of my property? I answer yes.