There has been lots of noise about 'cancel culture' the world over in recent years. The term is thrown around whenever people call out someone or an organisation for things they do and say. Sometimes, things do get cancelled, like when a band could not perform because they no longer had the permit to do so due to public (conservative) complaints. But people also seem to consider companies ending business relationships with someone or another business as 'cancellations'. So what does it mean to end 'cancel culture'? How can it be done? Does it mean preventing people from calling for boycotts or advocating that others stop supporting something? How would you police that? Wouldn't that constitute policing people's speech and consumer behaviour? How do conservatives square that with their belief in free speech and the free market?