Kevin Williamson Nails the NSA Problems

Posted on June 18, 2013 by


Kevin Williamson, roving correspondent for National Review, has written an important column on the relationship between the federal government and its citizens. Essentially, he argues, that the NSA’s actions have eroded trust. Essentially, a limited government has a deeper reservoir of trust and should be able to target resources more efficiently into activities like spying and intelligence-gathering. Read it.