In old East Germany or the Soviet Union, there was no question the government was watching. Everyone was a suspect. But this is the United States where we still have a fourth amendment in effect that is supposed to protect us from such intrusion into our privacy. On this show conservative Republican Chuck Douglas, who served New Hampshire’s second district in congress and was a state Supreme Court justice, talks about the clash between our Constitution and NSA spying. A lot can be done about it, if we the people make noise and keep after candidates.