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Judge Andrew P. Napolitano is Fox News Channel's senior judicial analyst, currently seen by millions of viewers weeknights on The Big Story and The O'Reilly Factor. Napolitano is the youngest person in New Jersey history to receive a lifetime judgeship. He is bright (graduate of Princeton and Notre Dame Law School), articulate (four times voted most outstanding professor at the two law schools at which he taught), and broadcast-experienced (as a daily fixture on Fox News Channel since 1998). He is the author of Constitutional Chaos and The Constitution In Exile. --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.
Lies, you say, "from our government?" How about, "Your boys are not going to be sent into any foreign wars" (FDR) and "We do not torture" (Vice President Dick Cheney)? The author, who describes himself as a pro-life Catholic libertarian, was a New Jersey superior court judge and is now a Fox News analyst. He doesn't just narrate his audiobook but rather delivers it like a sermon from a legal pulpit. He singles out instances when Congress and the Supreme Court have defied our constitutional protections. Napolitano attacks "the culture in government that facilitates lying" and believes that "it challenges readers to recognize that culture, to confront it, and to be rid of it." The judge's blaring voice and authoritative jeremiads may tempt listeners to question his indictments. J.A.H. © AudioFile 2010, Portland, Maine --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.
It helps you realize supreme court judges legislate f rom the bench and that Americans have been losing their freedom. Read morePublished 25 days ago by tom henry
Disappointing; not an effective read- more repetition designed to fill the space between covers.Published 1 month ago by Spiritgide
This book gives you a look into the politics that is played out by your government. It shows you how the elected officials play with, interpret and break laws every day. Read morePublished 7 months ago by D. Mack