Well, our government has had a tough several days. First we find out that the State Department changed some important information regarding the murder of our U.S. Ambassador to Libya and 3 other Americans. Then the IRS gets caught targeting specific groups asking for tax exempt status (turns out they did this to progressive groups before), and now the Department of Justice got caught taking phone records, both personal and work, of reporters and editors at the Associated Press. The AP, as it's called, is the largest news service in the United States.

The IRS and DOJ did both admit to their actions. I am not going to give you my two cents on all of this too much,but I am going to share this thought: I am concerned that what my Father once told me is true. That power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely.

The last time I saw this kind of circus to this extent was Watergate. But in this case, I believe it's more serious as the Constitution has been ignored by government departments. Those working in the government take an oath to uphold the Constitution and they are not.  Enough from me.

Here the question for you: