Sure, the National Security Agency has been caught spying beyond the borders of the United States and also here at home. But the NSA scoops up its domestic data courtesy of the the FBI and the enormous surveillance powers that law-enforcement agency has acquired in recent years. The Bureau isn't shy about spying on its own behalf, either. Do you think shenigans of that sort have anything to do with the ever-eroding popularity of federal government employees, which is now at a a new low?
Update: Thanks to Jerry Doyle for having me on.