Perhaps the most heated exchange of the night. And it was over an explosive issue too: the National Security Administration (NSA). Gov. Christie argues that the mass collection of phone data is necessary and proper because it “jails terrorists.” It therefore saves lives. Sen. Paul, however, said such surveillance programs are unconstitutional and violate the Fourth Amendment. “I want to collect more records from terrorists, [and] less records from innocent Americans,” he said.
It's Official: Republicans Introduce Resolution for Second Special Counsel to Investigate FBI and FISA Abuse
ICE Chief To Democrat: We're Not Anti-Immigrant, We're Enforcing The Laws *You* Passed
Wait–Did A Broward County Deputy Cover Up A Sexual Assault Committed By Sheriff Israel's Son?