President Bush denounces The New York Times for publishing a story that exposed a secret government program that monitors private banking records. The government uses the information to trace alleged terrorists. Guests talk about what The New York Times found out and the controversy over disclosing government secrets.
Eric Lichtblau, reporter at the Washington bureau of The New York Times
Jonathan Winer, former U.S. deputy assistant secretary of State for international law enforcement
Gabriel Schoenfeld, senior editor at Commentary magazine; wrote an article in the March issue of Commentary titled "Has 'The New York Times' Violated the Espionage Act?"