It's recently been revealed that the Department of Justice accessed phone records from the Associated Press while investigating a national security leak. This included seizing AP phone records from the House of Representatives Press Gallery, which is often used for phone conversations between reporters and Members of Congress. I explain my views on the issue in a new article here: http://blogs.rollcall.com/goppers/did-justice-monitor-congress-phone-calls-with-the-ap/
These investigative tactics, especially when considered together with recently revealed IRS abuses and the Obama administration's dissembling about the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, provoke serious concerns about this administration's commitment to transparency and the rule of law.
Congress will continue investigating these matters, and rest assured that we will hold accountable anyone who abused the public's trust.