Radio talk show host Mark Levin got more than a little worked up on Thursday's Your World, telling host Neil Cavuto that in light of revelations about the NSA tracking Verizon subscribers' phone records, "...we have the elements of a police state here, and I'm not overstating it."

"That's not how national security works ... I don't care what the Supreme Court said 30 years ago or what some judge said 15 minutes ago," he shouted. "This is America, and our government is collecting way too damn much data on we the private citizens!"

President Obama's claims of ignorance in the recent slew of scandals also raised the ire of Levin, who said of the commander in chief, "'He doesn't know what's going on?' Well, he knows what's going on right now, for God's sake! What's he gonna do about it, anything?"