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Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

Jan 13, 2022
Our Republic Is Now One of Spies
Today, the feds admit to funding and empowering 16 domestic intelligence agencies , spies next door. ... What do they do? They spy on Americans.

Jan 6, 2022
Have We Not Learned the Terrifying Lessons of COVID-19?
During the past 18 months, the relationship of the American people to the government has changed radically, as the Constitution's failure to restrain the federal and state governments and to protect personal liberty has become manifest.

Dec 30, 2021
Why Do We Tolerate the Deep State?
Two recent and unconnected revelations demonstrate that the deep state remains engaged, deceptive and dangerous.

Dec 16, 2021
Christmas Means It's Never Too Late To Love God, and Each Other
Taking Christmas seriously means humility, charity and abandonment to His will. God does work in mysterious ways and often through strange people. Taking Christmas seriously is the lesson of "A Christmas Carol."

Dec 10, 2021
Only Valid, Moral Purpose of Govt: Protect Life, Liberty and Property
The linchpin to the application of 14th Amendment jurisprudence to abortion is the concept of personhood. If the fetus is a person, the mother and her physicians may not lawfully kill the fetus any more than they could lawfully kill the father of the fetus.

Nov 19, 2021
What if the Leviathan That Is Govt Destroys Freedom?
What if the dual purposes of the Constitution were and remain the establishment of the federal government and the imposition of restraints upon it?

Nov 2, 2021
Will the Press Become Afraid to Be Free?
Later this month, the Supreme Court will announce whether it will revisit Times v. Sullivan in an effort to undo it. If it does undo it, it will crush the freedom of the press as surely as any petty tyrant has done who can't stand the heat.

Oct 25, 2021
Edicts Are Not Laws
Calling an edict the law doesn't make it the law. Edicts issued by the executive are unworthy of compliance if they purport to create new law or assault property rights or personal liberty; and law enforcement personnel, should decline to enforce them.

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