Liberals, Obama at Odds Over NSA Programs

Libertarians and liberals on the same side when it comes to privacy issues.

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Attorney Larry Klayman hopes to turn up the legal heat on President Barack Obama over his administration's secret domestic surveillance programs.

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"I wish it could galvanize and motivate political discourse and I hope it does," Goitein says. "But I think the administration and those in Congress who support the programs have been very persuasive that the program is essential for national security."

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