Andrew P. Napolitano

Andrew P. Napolitano

Andrew P. Napolitano, a former judge of the Superior Court of New Jersey, is the senior judicial analyst at Fox News Channel. Judge Napolitano has written six books on the U.S. Constitution. The most recent is It Is Dangerous To Be Right When the Government Is Wrong: The Case for Personal Freedom.


Politics

Obama Gives Himself Permission To Kill

Feb 08 2013

After stonewalling for more than a year federal judges and ordinary citizens who sought the revelation of its secret legal research justifying the presidential use

District of Corruption

Guns and the Government

Jan 18 2013

If you have listened to President Obama and Vice President Biden talk about guns in the past month, you have heard them express a decided

Politics

Gen. David Petraeus

Silencing General Petraeus

Nov 15 2012

The evidence that Gen. David Petraeus, formerly the commander of U.S. troops in Afghanistan, the author of the current Army field manual, Princeton Ph.D. and,

Commerce

Barack Obama

Four More Years

Nov 08 2012

Only in America can a president who inherits a deep recession and whose policies have actually made the effects of that recession worse get re-elected.

Manhunt

Should You Vote for President?

Nov 01 2012

Can you vote by not voting? In a presidential election year in which the critical issues have been how much personal behavior the federal government

Manhunt

Gary Johnson

Let Gary Johnson Debate

Oct 11 2012

President Obama has been a failure. On his watch, the American economy has significantly deteriorated largely because he has stifled free market forces by over-regulating

Manhunt

Two Failures

Oct 04 2012

President Obama is a failure as a president, and Gov. Romney is a failure as a candidate. When he took office, Obama told the press

Abortion

Abortion and Rape

Aug 23 2012

The criticisms of the recent absurd comments by Missouri Republican Congressman Todd Akin, who at this writing is his party’s nominee to take on incumbent

Politics

November’s Choices

Aug 16 2012

We are in terrible straits this presidential election. We have a choice between a president who has posed more of a danger to personal freedom

Panic

Gazillions

Aug 09 2012

Gazillions. That’s the number of times the federal government has spied on Americans since 9/11 through the use of drones, legal search warrants, illegal search

Politics

The Rule of Law

Jul 19 2012

The greatest distinguishing factor between countries in which there is some freedom and those where authoritarian governments manage personal behavior is the Rule of Law.

Politics

Bad Days for Freedom

Jul 12 2012

Presently in America, nearly half of all households receive either a salary or substantial benefits from the government. Presently in America, nearly half of all

District of Corruption

A Vast New Federal Power

Jul 05 2012

If you drive a car, I’ll tax the street, If you try to sit, I’ll tax your seat. If you get too cold, I’ll tax

Law

Restraining Arizona, Unleashing the President

Jun 28 2012

When the Obama administration decided that it had no interest in preventing the movement of undocumented aliens from Mexico into the southwest United States, the

Politics

Barack Obama

Can the President Rewrite Federal Law?

Jun 21 2012

Here we go again. Is the Constitution merely a guideline to be consulted by those it purports to regulate, or is it really the supreme

Afternoon Delight

Squealing Versus Killing

Jun 15 2012

If you are still listening to those in the political class who are falling over each other to condemn leaks from the government to the

Politics

What if the Constitution No Longer Applied?

Nov 30 2011

What if the whole purpose of the Constitution was to limit the government? What if Congress’s enumerated powers in the Constitution no longer limited Congress,

Politics

Congress and Secrecy

Nov 22 2011

You know this story. Congress cannot get its act together, again. It is facing a government shutdown by this Saturday, again. It has retreated to