If it seems like suppression of free speech is gaining ground in all corners of the globe, you may be more right than you realize.
It is not just Iranian dissidents or Venezuelan journalists being muzzled. Foreign totalitarians and zealots are after us, too.
Constitutionalists are becoming increasingly concerned about "libel tourism," a legal phenomenon that allows foreign nationals to sue Americans for libel, first through the courts of a foreign country, then in U.S. courts.
One of the most prominent potential U.S. victims of "libel tourism" is M. Zuhdi Jasser of Tempe, an outspoken Muslim critic of Islamic fundamentalists worldwide.