John Stossel and Andrew Napolitano (both also Reason contributors, archives here and here) appeared on Fox Business' Varney and Company to debate the NSA's surveillance operations and how much of a risk to our rights those operations represent. John Stossel argued in a column last week that libertarians have better things to worry about than the NSA (like the war on drugs, which, he wrote this week, is worse, even though we're more acclimated to it). Judge Napolitano, on the other hand, warned last week that the NSA's spying, and complacency about it, is a betrayal of our country's history and the principles on which it was founded.
Watch them duke it out here, and duke it out yourselves in the comments below.
Bonus link: Mediaite's Andrew Kirell, a former employee of John Stossel's, also respectfully disagrees.