Recently at Here Come Da Judge! Andrew Napolitano on Lies The Gov't Told You & His New Fox Business Show


The fiercely libertarian Judge Andrew Napolitano talks with's Nick Gillespie about his latest book, Lies The Government Told You, and his new show on Fox Business, which debuts Saturday, June 12, at 10 A.M. ET.

Shot by Dan Hayes and Meredith Bragg.

Approximately 20 minutes, in two parts.

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  1. Congratulations to the judge on his new gig, but could he try for a real network next time? Fox Business isn’t on my (comcast) cable system and isn’t ever likey to be, at least anytime soon. Hundreds of channels, and nothing (like Napolitano or Stossel) is on!

  2. I don’t understand why Reason doesn’t become a youTube partner. Then, they wouldn’t have that ridiculous ten-minute limit.

  3. I’m in my forties, and the government has become considerably more brazen about lying even just in my lifetime. There was actually a time when most people believed what the government told them, but I don’t many people (of any political persuasion) who believe that anymore.

  4. Agreed with most of what Napolitano said here, but not with his statement that people should have the right to exclude selected people from a business run on private property (such as an Italians-only restaurant), but can’t call the cops to remove someone who insists on staying on that private property without the owner’s consent.

    Is Napolitano saying that such property rights can only be privately enforced via, say, pointing a shotgun at the person and ordering them to leave the property, but all other property rights can be enforced using police paid for via taxes?

    What if the person still refuses to leave despite a private gun being pointed at them?


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