Crossfire hosts Van Jones and S.E. Cupp ask Danielle Pletka and Tommy Vietor how they would solve the Syrian crisis.
Crossfire: What are the U.S. options in Syria?
Danielle Pletka of AEI debates what she thinks the U.S. should do to resolve the Syria crisis since she doesn't agree with how the administration has handled it thus far.
What is Obama’s foreign doctrine?
Pletka says Sarah Palin got it right when describing Obama's foreign policy.
Tonight on Crossfire, conditions worsening in Syria and defiance from its allies. Should President Obama be doing more to help, or should the U.S. stay out of the way?
At 6:30pm ET former National Security Council Spokesperson Tommy Vietor and Danielle Pletka, Vice President of Foreign and Defense Policy Studies at AEI, join Van Jones and S.E. Cupp to debate Obama's foreign policy.
We want you to weigh in on Today's Fireback question: Should the U.S. get more involved in resolving the Syria conflict?
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?
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