In case anyone thought we knew everything about the NSA spying scandal, once again, we have new information about how the government has worked its way into our homes.
It isn't easy to find bipartisanship these days in Washington, but new revelations that the CIA has spied on members of Congress has outraged lawmakers on both sides of the aisle.
Let's make it official.
The RNC passed a resolution on Friday calling for an investigation into the National Security Agency's infringement on the privacy of Americans.
Late last week President Obama gave a speech detailing new changes to the NSA spying program after revelations the United States Government is spying on American citizens and collecting phone data regardless of whether an individual has ties to terrorism.
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