The NSA program ultimately require the public to trust the government. But the public doesn't trust the government. Not even close.
“The question is not whether we will have a surveillance state in the years to come, but what sort of state we will have.”
The Senate has always been disproportionate. But it hasn't always been *this* disproportionate.
I'm part of a panel on this topic tonight at Miami University in Ohio. If you're in the area, come out! If you're not, I thought I'd share some rough notes. Feedback welcome.