Does the United States Constitution protect the freedom of speech of American citizens, or does it not? In this era of globalization, the answer is becoming increasingly muddled, says Robert Spencer in FrontPage Magazine.
Travel writers, bloggers, academics, corporate travel managers, even business travelers who might feel the impulse to write something critical about a foreign country (say, one whose atrocious air-traffic control system creates a horrible mid-air collision) -- this means us.
p.s. -- Please, the name is not "Joseph."