Andrew Napolitano on the Threat of Government Secrecy


National Archives

The people's representatives in government have a moral obligation to reveal to their constituents that the president's spies are spying on all of us. And yet they—members of Congress—have kept quiet and not lifted a finger to stop it. Perhaps they're afraid, writes Andrew Napolitano. What if the government's culture of secrecy and spying has taken on a life of its own?