All of them. The Constitution does not confer any right to free speech, etc., on someone else's private property w/o their permission. As I said, a company that would restrict such things (guns, bumper stickers, and so on) is evil, but I don't want property rights compromised for anyone.
how about...no homosexuals on my property or no black people?
Are my property rights secure?
You are incorrect about this. The Constitution does not confer any right to any corporation. The corporation owns the property, the corporation has no rights under the Constitution, only individuals do.
Time after time cases are won on this issue by kids in public schools who have been told they could not wear t-shirts with Confederate flags or religious messages. There are also numerous cases, three of which I have been personlly involved in as a paralegal, where an employee as been told he could not have religious or political symbols in his office or cubicle, and the employee wins.
Our rights do not cease to exist at the door or in the parking lot of our employers. The employer could have a policy of no smoking in the building or even on the property because smoking is not protected by the Constitution. But this judge has allowed a corporation to set up a zone where the Constitution is void.