Ted Cruz Inspires, Then Disappoints; Rand Paul Sues NSA & More, Today at 12 p.m. PT (3 p.m. ET)

How did Ted Cruz inspire, then disappoint us this week? Does Rand Paul’s class-action lawsuit against the NSA have some real substance to it, or is it just a political stunt? These issues and more in today’s show.

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Program Notes:

FAA Grounds Valentine’s Flower Delivery Drone

Interview with Lavabit (Snowden email provider) Founder Ladar Levison

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Ted Cruz tells it like it is, explains to Mark Levin why he filibustered the debt ceiling vote

Sens. Cruz and Lee Introduce State Marriage Defense Act

Rand Paul announces suit against Obama administration over NSA

Can the government really collect phone records from all of Verizon’s customers?

E-mails back claim that Sen. Rand Paul ‘stole’ NSA lawsuit

Clarence Thomas: Society is overly sensitive about race

Ninth Circuit: The Second Amendment guarantees the right to carry a gun in public


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2 responses to “Ted Cruz Inspires, Then Disappoints; Rand Paul Sues NSA & More, Today at 12 p.m. PT (3 p.m. ET)

  1. Craig

    Derrick Grayson is running for the US Senate in Georgia

  2. Craig

    Ayn Rand – The Early Years
    An interview by James Day

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