On tonight's Crossfire, guests Laura Murphy of the ACLU and former Department of Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge disagree over NSA leaker, Edward Snowden's, true motives.
Newt Gingrich also says he doesn't mind that the U.S. spies on German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Laura Murphy of the ACLU: We're living in an Orwellian time
Murphy says we are living in an Orwellian time where data on our every movement is collected and story and this is "inappropriate." Do you agree with her?
Tonight on Crossfire: President Obama decides to reign-in the data collecting programs used by the NSA. Is the President strengthening your privacy or is America now more at risk? Read the full story on the NSA changes.
At 6:30pm ET. former Department of Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge is debating ACLU national director Laura Murphy with Newt Gingrich and Stephanie Cutter.
We want you to weigh in: When striking a balance, which should be a higher priority?
Whistleblower Jesselyn Radack argues Sen. Feinstein is 'misleading' in saying NSA programs have saved American lives.
Related: Can anyone keep a secret anymore?!
CNN's S.E. Cupp poses the notion, in light of the snooping and leaking of information, there are no real secrets anymore.
The National Security Agency has come under fire after leaker Edward Snowden revealed the extent of U.S. surveillance programs, enraging Americans who don't approve of the agency snooping on their private activity.
Now, the NSA is under international criticism after allegations of surveillance by the U.S. on European allies has strained previously friendly relations.
Tonight in the Crossfire: Jesselyn Radack, national security and human rights director of the Government Accountability Project and Tommy Vietor, former National Security Council spokesperson.
Radack supports fugitive leaker Snowden, while Tommy Vietor says the U.S. needs to remain vigilant. They join hosts Stephanie Cutter and S.E. Cupp to make their case at 6:30 pm ET.
We want you to weigh in. Do you care if the U.S. spies on other countries?
Don't forget to tweet along with the show using #Crossfire.
(CNN) - A former special advisor to President Barack Obama and co-host of CNN's "Crossfire" Van Jones criticized the president's recent statements about the National Security Agency's domestic surveillance programs.
"We don't have a domestic spying program," Obama said on "The Tonight Show" Tuesday. "What we do have are some mechanisms where we can track a phone number or an email address that we know is connected to some sort of terrorist threat."FULL STORY