The leader of the government regularly sits down with his senior generals and spies and advisers and reviews a list of the people they want him to authorize their agents to kill. They do this every Tuesday morning when the leader is in town. This is not from a work of fiction, writes Judge Andrew Napolitano, and it is not describing a series of events in the Kremlin or Beijing or Pyongyang. It is a report about President Barack Obama.
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