Judge Andrew P. Napolitano



Apr 15, 2021
President Joseph R. Biden Jr. recently announced his determination to use his powers as the chief executive of the federal government to infringe upon the right to keep and bear arms. This is a profound violation of his oath to uphold the Constitution.


Apr 8, 2021
The majority will take whatever it wants from the minority that cherishes limited government, private property and personal liberty.


Apr 1, 2021
What does Easter mean? Easter means that there's hope for the dead. If there's hope for the dead, then there's hope for the living.


Mar 25, 2021
So, Who Guards Our Liberties Now


Mar 18, 2021
Expect the next legislative step to be proposals that impose the legal obligation to report suspicious activities , and the failure to do would be a crime. This would turn the U.S. into East Germany.


Mar 11, 2021
Congress should criminalize such presidential violence and the expenditures of resources to support it, as it is a crime to kill without lawful authority. And Congress should call non-defensive killings, by the government or anyone, by their legal name: Murder.


Mar 4, 2021
Which is the greater threat to personal liberty, a speaker who harangues a crowd that came to be harangued or a government that fears free speech and issues edicts about what to say and when to say it?


Feb 25, 2021
Among the property rights that the government has lately denied is the ownership of our bodies. As our rights are natural, they are integral to our humanity, we are born with the ownership of our bodies, a right that ripens as we achieve adulthood.

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