Andrew Napolitano reveals that, according to Ed Snowden--a good source in the past few months--the NSA actually spied on the papal conclave.
OK, so apparently it's a vital item for national security to know how cardinals view the doctrine of transsubstantiation and the doctrine of the Mass. Or, possibly, the NSA doesn't have squat to do with national security, and everything with forming Jeremy Bentham's Panoptikon. Or, possibly, the "geniuses" at the NSA are really intellectually more suited to a job at Chez Mac or the TSA. No insult intended to the good people at McDonald's, of course.
If there ever was a time for a revival of the legal theories of Blackstone, it is now.
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