I’m a housewife essay on my best teacher for class 5 I was thinking about this while I listened to Gen. Keith Alexander’s presentation to Black Hatters. Because the debate has become so polarized, it seems as if you must choose to believe that laws provided either sufficient protection or none at all. I take a middle view, which doesn’t make me very bookable on cable news. But as an exercise in thought, I wondered what it would mean if the U.S. government did not impose any legal constraints whatsoever on the NSA. At this extreme, how much information would the NSA be able to collect, what could they do with it, and what WOULD they with it?