Tom Eddlem, writer for The New American magazine, explains the constitutional problems with the NSA collecting metadata from e-mails and cellphones.

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The federal government is instructing law enforcement on methods useful in covering evidence of investigations.

 

 

Tom Eddlem speaks on the causes of the crisis in Egypt and the importance of constitutions that prevent an executive branch from having too much power.

VIDEO - Tom Eddlem, writer for The New American magazine, explains the violation and problems with the NSA collecting your metadata through your phone. Some citizens are not bothered by the fact that this passive information is being collected, but Tom explains why people should be more outraged.

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