Well, My statement above was obviously sarcasm, but when you start adding words to The Constitution to defend your statement, I have to discount your position. Speech is not limited to opinion. Its not limited to verbal expression. Art is speech. Porn is speech. Comic books are speech. Humor, in whatever form it takes, is speech. In the case of CU, money is speech. You can try to turn all of those things in to political statement in order to protect them, but the reality is, whether you understand it, or agree with it, expression in all of its forms is speech. All forms of speech are inherently legal. We can play lots of games with how we can make speech illegal, but they are either misunderstanding of how the law works, bad laws or misapplications of the law. However; All of you rights end precisely where mine begin and vice versa.
Murder is not free speech because you you have trampled on the rights of another person to live.
Racial Discrimination, with out legal impact, is actually free speech. Again, its when that discrimination effects other people's inherent rights that you have a problem.
Slander, should be free speech, if only to allow us to judge people individually and not by the lies that others tell.
Now back to your free speech "test." first there are several, but the very important word you left out yours was "imminent." And because this test only applies to apolitical speech, you are wrong on two counts. Money is speech. It is inherently political speech and laundering money to ensure anonymity, creates anonymous, political speech. Even if it was not political is not inherently or imminently unlawful. It is therefore protected.
Thank you for supporting my once sarcastic remark that, due your proof by absurdity, I now believe.