Tonight's episode of The Independents (Fox Business Network, 9 p.m. ET, 6 p.m. PT, repeats three hours later) features a two-part interview with investigative civil libertarian Glenn Greenwald, author of the new book No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State. Greenwald will talk about what it was like to receive and then report out the biggest leak of the 21st century; list which politicians he fears, and what he thinks about the USA Freedom Act.
Party Panelists tonight are criminal defense attorney-slash-TV commentator Remi Spencer and Forbes contributor Carrie Sheffield, who will talk about the Obamacare Quote of the Day from health insurer Marcus Merz (as flagged today by Peter Suderman): "We have to break people away from the choice habit that everyone has." The duo is also slated to discuss the awful family squabbling over Casey Kasem's withering body, a new ranking of global alcohol consumption, and Clay Aiken's narrow electoral victory over a candidate who just died.
Rachel Boynton, director of the acclaimed new documentary Nigerian oil-industry documentary Big Men, will talk about the latest twists in the Nigerian abductions story. And replacing Kmele Foster tonight will be filmmaker/TakiMag person Gavin McInnes, who will help Kennedy in discussing springtime street fashion in Manhattan.
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