Ron Paul says he’s not buying the NSA’s claim that its surveillance program foiled 50 terror plots. The former congressman and presidential candidate told Neil Cavuto today that he believes the NSA “fudged the figures.”
Cashin’ In guests were in arms over the NSA surveillance controversy with some in favor and others flat out against it. Not only did we discover that the government is collecting our Internet and phone data, but third-party companies may be giving the feds easy access.
The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a lawsuit against the governement claiming that the NSA’s surveillance program is a “gross infringement of our freedoms.”
Judge Andrew Napolitano believes NSA leaker Edward Snowden is an American hero.
Edward Snowden, a 29-year-old computer technician, has been identified as the source of a massive leak of classified NSA documents related to the U.S. surveillance program.
Fox News host Neil Cavuto went off on guest Julian Epstein during a fervent discussion on the NSA’s tracking of Americans' Internet data and phone records for refusing to acknowledge that this is part of a larger pattern.
President Obama promised Americans that "nobody is listening to your phone calls" as he defended the need for the NSA to monitor the phone records of Americans.
How much is a zettabyte? Catherine Herridge reports on the NSA's massive new data storage facility in Utah.
Ann Coulter said on Hannity that the Obama administration has completely lost the trust of the American people, and cannot be trusted to collect phone records of American citizens.
Could the NSA's massive collection of phone records be used by the government against Republicans? Bill O'Reilly argued the point with Megyn Kelly.
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."
Judge Andrew Napolitano blasted the Obama administration after reports surfaced the the NSA has been collecting the phone records of millions of U.S. customers of Verizon under a top secret court order.