Laura Ingraham hosted Glenn Greenwald, author of No Place To Hide.
Greenwald agreed with Ingraham that there are a number of issues where discontent citizens on the left and right are coming together to fight the establishment. He cited the NSA spy program as a top issue. He asked how there could be such a huge surveillance system without accountability to the nation's citizens. Ingraham pointed to the size of government in general. Greenwald said the tactic in Washington to pacify enraged citizens is to enact symbolic gestures while demonizing people who question government and corporate power. Ingraham gave the example of the Homelad Security Department.
Greenwald said Edward Snowden gave thousands of documents with many warnings about what to release and that a small percentage of them have been made public. He noted that the terorrists are aware of how they are tracked.
Greenwald said there is virtually no difference between potential presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush and that they represent a dynastic system.