June 12, 2013
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A discussion of what the National Security Agency surveillance programs are about, Cal Thomas on the erosion of trust between the government and the governed, a profile of a

Today's news and a discussion of what the National Security Agency surveillance programs are about, plus: Cal Thomas on the erosion of trust between government and the governed, a profile of "redneck opera singer" Jay Hunter Morris, essayist Albin Sadar on a poking, prodding, puzzling appointment with the physician, and more

Program Segments

Segment 1

Senate debate begins on immigration reform, but real divisions threaten the bill.

On the NSA controversy, a key Democrat calls for Senate hearings on the secret surveillance.

The State Department acknowledges a sex-drugs-and-coverup controversy but insists allegations of high-level misconduct are "preposterous" and "inaccurate."

Federal appeals ruling refusing a delay on over-the-counter access for morning-after pills may have led White House to reverse course.

Markets: Wall Street looking to central bankers, not business fundamentals, for guidance.

Segment 2

An interview with Paul Rosenzweig, analyst for The Heritage Foundation and former deputy assistant secretary at the Department of Homeland Security, on the NSA surveillance controversy.

Segment 3

Commentator Cal Thomas on the erosion of trust between the government and the governed

Segment 4

An interview with "redneck opera singer" Jay Hunter Morris about his journey to The Metropolitan Opera

Segment 5

Essayist Albin Sadar on a poking, prodding, puzzling appointment with the physician

June 12, 2013
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