Originally Posted by BroncoBeavis
No it isn't. You don't have a Constitutional right to RF spectrum. It wouldn't be possible to allow truly 'free' speech there.
A better analogy would be the internet. Does the FCC control what you say here?
No one has a consitutional right to RF, but they do have a constitutional right to say whatever they want once they have purchased spectrum.
What you're saying is the equivalent of "no one has a constitutional right to pen & paper" therefor the government can curtail freedom of speech in books.