"If this is worth fighting ISIS, and I believe it is, it's worth having Congress do its job."

It’d hardly be a surprise if a large chunk of the American public had no idea Congress last week debated President Barack Obama’s authorization for a war he’s already fighting.

"We have to condition the American people: This is going to go on for a long time. It’s terrible to say but that’s the reality. They’re not going to go away easy.”

The Obama administration is using a 13-year-old law authorizing combat against Sept. 11 perpetrators to target ISIS.

"It’s about love at the center of it that leads to a protest, that leads to a critique, leads to a resistance, leads to solidarity,.."

Trusting me with a drone is no more ridiculous than allowing the executive branch to unilaterally determine which civil liberties and human rights to recognize, as if an option exists.

"It's the largest leak trial in U.S. history. It has ramifications, wide ramifications."

Battle continues over Obama Administration's NDAA indefinite detention provision.