Andrew Napolitano on the CIA's Deep Domestic Reach
When Congress created the CIA in 1947, it expressly prohibited the agency from spying on Americans in America. Nevertheless, it turns out that if your microwave, burglar alarm or dishwasher is of very recent vintage, and if it is connected to your personal computer, a CIA spy can tell when you are in the kitchen and when you are using that device. How do we know this? None other than Gen. David Petraeus himself, writes Andrew Napolitano.