Andrew Napolitano on Why the Roberts Ruling on Obamacare Signals a Turning Point


Imagine Thomas Jefferson being told what to eat or stopped and frisked on a whim. And then imagine the Supreme Court telling him that he must pay a tax if he fails to comport his personal private behavior as Congress—which doesn't believe in privacy or personal freedom—commands. Here is how you can tell that these are bad days for freedom, writes Andrew Napolitano: Does the government need your permission to violate your rights, or do you need the government's permission to exercise them? The answer is painfully obvious.