At least you can still cling to your guns:
Splitting 5-4, the Supreme Court upheld the government’s power under existing law to ban the use on radio and TV of even a single four-letter word that is considered indecent — but left open the question of whether the ban might violate the First Amendment, at least in some situations. The Court, in an opinion by Justice Antonin Scalia, said the Federal Communications Commission’s switch in policy to ban even a fleeting use of such a word was “entirely rational” under the law that governs federal administrative powers.
The opinion referred to the banned words as the “F-word” and the “S-word” but not go on to fill out their actual spelling. Justice Scalia also did not spell them out in his oral announcement of the decision.
Someone explain the ruling, because as we all know, I am clueless when it comes to legal matters.