Posted in shawn brodof, constitution, nsa, affordable care act, nullification, bill of rights, due process, wikileaks, julian assange, fifth amendment, mass surveillance, Snowden, whistleblower, fourth amendment on Nov 17th, 2019 Comments
If you ask the average American their impression of Edward Snowden, you are likely to hear him portrayed as a villain; he is a traitor to the country and should be tried for treason. A growing minority, however, view him as a hero for exposing the illegal and unconstitutional mass surveillance program which was implemented shortly after the terrorist attack on September 11.
In this episode, we examine the Snowden saga with an eye toward what it teaches us about the Constitution.
Edward Snowden on the Joe Rogan podcast
Permanent Record, by Edward Snowden
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- Episode #37 – The Truth About the Bill of Rights
- Episode #42 - The Truth About Julian Assange
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