People in the US often talk about how some laws, decisions, ruling, executive orders are "unconstitutional", but what does that word mean?
Does "constitutional" mean "obeying only the Constitution", or does it expand to "exceptions under constitutional laws", too?
For example, if A says B is an evil person and should die, is it A's constitutional right to say whatever they want, under the First Amendment, without being suppressed by the government? Or is it exempted from constitutional protection because it is "insulting" or "fighting words" according to Chaplinsky v. New Hampshire, and therefore A should be punished with civil remedies? What if, as a result of what A says, C, a die-hard fan of A, goes out and tries to assault B? Would A be criminally liable too?