RT America -- May 27, 2015
Lives of others: Police departments want NSA data collection to continue
As lawmakers battle over sections of the Patriot Act that would allow the continuation of the National Security Agency’s bulk data collection, which is set to expire June 1, critics are arguing that the real problem with surveillance laws is not just with Congress, but America’s law enforcement. J. Kirk Wiebe, a former NSA Analyst, speaks with Anya Parampil about the NSA’s bulk collection method and how it is being exploited today.
New ad campaign plans to bring images of the Prophet Mohammed to DC Metros
A proposal by the American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI) plans to bring cartoon images of Islam’s Prophet Mohammad to Washington buses. Manuel Rapalo has more information about the brewing controversy and how some people are saying that the proposal has more to do with hate speech than free speech.