Also in this playlist...
This transcript is automatically generated
-- new developments in the case of NSA -- Edwards -- several lawmakers in Iceland have introduced a proposal that would grant him automatic citizenship.
Allowing him to travel there right now -- is believed to be stuck at the Moscow airport.
He's tried Seeking Asylum from more than a dozen countries.
And the controversy over Snowden is just one of several messy issues rocking Washington our next guest says that our government.
Is mishandling a -- to -- Murdoch keys is syndicated columnist and Fox News contributor thank you for joining us and then thanks to.
-- -- here so first of all let's began -- with Edwards snow and he is currently America's Most Wanted fugitive that you say that the problems began.
With the federal prosecutors to drop the ball in a couple of ways allowing him to you know get to Moscow on the first play.
This is part of a whole pattern that I described as so something requiring a declaration of confidence with the federal government can't seem to get anything right in the snow an example this is a great one.
His name according to Hong Kong officials on their records is Edward Joseph -- -- -- think the Department of Justice we will keep this under control and and present proper paperwork -- their paperwork says Edward James Snowden and Edward Jay -- -- -- did did not put the passport number on the extradition request nor -- they -- revoke his passport.
So the Hong Kong authorities see all -- to say well we're seeing three different names so we don't see passport number can please clarify this.
So Hong Kong's justice secretary whose name is sentencing minutes -- -- UN.
Contacted -- justice all the way up until when.
He got us via airplane and said we need clarification what is this guys name what's passport number according to the Hong Kong authorities they didn't get any response DOJ didn't reply.
So off -- -- -- Moscow and we lose the opportunity to to capture probably the most wanted fugitive we have in this country.
Another point you bring up is your house then got his top secret security -- to begin -- that's right.
There's a -- US IS the contracts with the federal government to do security checks on people.
We're supposed to one initial check and then go back into a second check and make sure they didn't miss anything.
Well according to a news reports 50% of the case -- -- science just of the the first check and not the secondary check and I don't know if if a -- got through that very very loose on -- but it's possible 50%.
Of this double checks are supposed to do they didn't do and they told the federal government they did.
-- -- -- behind as -- now let's talk about Obama care was part of it now being delayed the employer mandate be delayed for one year.
You say we've had three years of rehearsal of this why are we getting it right yet.
The but what about administrations had three years to get this together and now on Tuesday just before the fourth of July break we suddenly -- okay we're gonna it's pushed back the employer mandate.
Four year conveniently enough just past the mid term.
Elections it turns out to be completely unwieldy this is a 2008 -- page.
And now we're finding it's so difficult that employers say they can't handle this so they're getting.
A delay on -- then it turns up exchanges that are supposed to be.
Unveiled across the State's 34 states according to government accountability.
Office 85% behind her 85% of the steps that you -- have not been completed and he's just -- -- up and running as of October 1.
So -- have a very very busy summer trying to get this in place I don't think it's gonna happen.
And the cost -- -- out of control we're finding out for example that if you are between five year old.
Nonsmoking male in California California -- insurance rates are gonna go 20023%.
And it could triple if you're nonsmoking male forty refusal in Virginia.
All right during the -- -- thank you so much for joining us we appreciate it as always.
Filter by section