Colbert: "When it comes to privacy vs security, we can have one of them, as long as we don't know which one it is."
Oliver: Mr. President, When Michele Bachmann Is On Your Side, You May Want To Look At The Side You're On
Following the recent revelations from whistleblower turned fugitive Edward Snowden and more and more Americans turning sour on these government surveillance programs, The Daily Show's John Oliver opened this Monday's program by letting the viewers know we've finally found an issue that will bring liberals and conservatives together. But as Oliver noted, something about it didn't feel right.
The press is clutching their pearls over the revelation that the Obama administration subpoenaed phone records of AP reporters, but how much privacy can any of us expect nowadays?
If you visited Crooks and Liars Thursday evening you may have had an unpleasant surprise. Instead of being able to read your most favorite blog, you were quickly taken to this Facebook page: Even if you clicked the Okay button on that page