OXFORD, Mississippi, June 4, 2015 – Nadra Enzi, anti-crime activist and Project 21 member joins Graceland this week to discuss today’s surveillance state in the United States.
The recent passage of the USA Freedom Act replaces the NSA’s metadata collection program, originally created under the Patriot Act, yet it remains incredibly easy for the government to collect information on all of us.
Has the tide of public opinion turned more towards privacy over security now? Enzi offers his thoughts on that.
“I will never engage in a politics in which I’m trying to divide.”
“The United States is the most respected country on earth, and part of that I think is because of the work we did to reengage the world…”
And this whopper he allegedly told David Axelrod – “I think I am the closest thing to a Jew that has ever sat in this office.”
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