Above is one of the walls in my office. There is a print about Atlanta. There are two for Louisiana. There's the Gadsden flag and the Gonzales flag. All these things say something about my personality. Imagine, though, if the government forced me to put up something against my will. In communist countries it is often a picture of the dictator or the hammer and sickle. In China, the Chinese dictator is telling Christian households that they need to take down pictures of Jesus and put up his picture if they want state aid.
Imagine how this could work in businesses. In Nazi Germany, Hitler and his goons seriously considered demanding vegetarianism because they thought it was a healthy lifestyle choice. Imagine forcing a McDonalds to put up pictures of mutilated animals -- they weren't compelling people to switch. They were just dissuading people. Forcing businesses to put up pictures that might coerce or dissuade people from those businesses is actually a pretty totalitarian concept you might see in a communist or fascist state.
Which brings me to California, where the state wants to demand that pro-life pregnancy centers advertise for abortion services. There really is no difference between a totalitarian communist state forcing a household to put up a picture of the dictator to get state services and forcing a faith-based non-profit to put up an abortion advertisement to stay in business. Both are efforts by the state to impose their will on others through coercive means.
There's a case before the Supreme Court tomorrow on this very issue. Catherine Glenn Foster has a great piece at The Hill on this issue and how California is compelling religiously affiliated organizations to advertise things that are an affront to their faith and the very reason for their business. They might as well be forcing these groups to put up pictures of Satan, instead of advertising Moloch's services.