Published on 28 Jun 2013
Edward Snowden's leaks about the NSA have been available for Americans to see on the internet over the last few weeks. But, some Americans don't have access to news stories about those leaks. Namely, soldiers in the United States Army. On Thursday, the US Army confirmed that stories regarding the NSA leaks have been censored from their computer system. So what does it say that the fighting force entrusted with defending Americans ideals is embracing the very un-Americans ideal of censorship? Political Commentator Sam Sacks breaks it down.